Dozens of movies, reenacted with cartoon bunnies in half minute skits: watch all of Starz’ 30-Second Bunnies Theatre, including Star Trek II, Office Space, Kill Bill and Borat.
Handy for those occasions the Great Evil shows up for dinner, these Fifth Element Stones come from the awesome 1997 sci-fi film; unfortunately, Milla Jovovich is not included.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Limited Edition includes special packaging, a two-disc soundtrack and video disc; most importantly, it’s a free upgrade and limited to the first run.
Those of you sitting on the fence for inFamous should be converts after this Empire City trailer; it’s a delicious dystopia that invites you to Parkour, fly and fry to your heart’s delight.
Energizer’s Wiimote Induction Charger lets you charge up to two controllers contact free, which means no more hassling with removing your silicone case or other doohickeys.
A must for Trekkies, this video shows snippets of Whoopi Goldberg interviewing Star Trek’s Shatner, Stewart, Frakes and Nimoy; the full interview is included with this box set. Thanks, Seb!
Straight from Kazuaki Kiriya’s Goemon, this 1:6 Saizo Kirigakura figure captures much of the lush detail from the movie with a slick armored Ninja suit and face guard.
Set in a city clearly modeled after Las Vegas, we had fun watching the various zombie-killing implements in this Checklist trailer for Dead Rising 2; moose heads and chainsaw bikes FTW!
Their first new cognac in 48 years, Hennessy Black is designed to be a more versatile drink with lighter and fresher floral scents balanced with hints of citrus, honey and grape.
Due to be released for free on the web 5/3, The Hunt For Gollum is a 40 minute LOTR-inspired indie film; the first, high-def trailer is better, but the second is a bit more revealing.
Hordes of zombies, buckets of blood and increasingly dangerous, mutated enemies: just another day in Raccoon City with this new trailer for Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles.
This latest trailer for Spyborgs shows a significantly reworked game compared to the previous 2008 version; it’s still Saturday cartoon-esque, but much more focused and fun.
This Battle for Leyte Gulf trailer for Battlestations: Pacific reenacts the infamous kamikaze runs on the American carrier fleets during WWII and sends chills up our spine every time.
Heretofore seen only in screenshots, Star Trek: D.A.C. is finally unveiled in a series of Walkthrough videos (Part 1, 2, 3); it’s basically a 2D shooter a-la Asteroids, albeit a beautiful one.
Two musical powerhouses join forces with the Gibson Artist Series, headed by Led Zep’s Jimmy Page and featuring the designs of 12 street artists; they’ll be auction 4/29 in London.
This Breed Something New trailer for Prototype proves several things: one, it always starts in a small town, and two, the government is behind everything, including cannibal babies.
Living Sasquatch finally makes proper use of augmented reality by giving it the ability to grunt, out of control body hair and a nice dose of comedy–but no beer. Thanks, Beth!
Ideal for vampire hunters and scaring the crap out of the peasantry, this TAC 15 Crossbow converts a standard AR-15 assault rifle into a weapon of unrivaled medieval power.
Custom LBP levels are a dime a dozen, but Little Daft Punk is worth at least a few shiny helmets; it’s a remix of Daft Punk’s best hits set on some truly funktastic, Robot Rockin’s stages.
Now available on DVD and as a digital download, the pilot episode for Caprica is set 58 years before the events of Battlestar Galactica; critics are giving it above average reviews.
This latest trailer for Disney’s G-Force feels almost like a legitimate spy movie, with plenty of covert gadgets and Underworld’s Bill Nighy as arch villain; that is, until the fart jokes start.
North American fans will finally get Patapon 2 May 5th; this Weapons & Warriors Trailer shows off the ability of units to evolve as well as the new Toripon, Robopon and Mahopon.
It’s been over 30 years since the last Saturn V launch, but this video looks almost real; it’s a giant 36-foot replica of the famous moon rocket, launched from a field instead of the Cape.
With over 100 blades, a distinctly Japanese style and hordes of enemies, this preview for Vanilla Ware’s Muramasa gives Wii owners plenty of reason to be excited; it comes out 7/28.
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