Andre “3000″ Benjamin channels rock musician Jimi Hendrix in this biographical film that takes us inside Hendrix’ life in the years leading up to his fame. From the writer of 12 Years a Slave.
Synek lets you serve fresh beer in a compact package. It uses vacuum-sealed 1-gallon bags and an adapter to transfer beer from a keg or a tap. You can switch bags out of the dispenser and store them for up to 30 days.
A web app that disguises any webpage to look like the New York Times’ website. It even has the title and image from an actual news article, plus a summary of the article so your cover won’t be blown if someone asks what you’re “reading.”
OGIO’s intelligent Silencer stand bag separates clubs in a protective membrane so you can extend your gear life and walk the course enjoying nature’s sounds instead of all that clanging. Lightweight and lots of pockets too.
Desperate to protect his citizens and his family, a king makes a deal with a devilish being. The trailer practically gives the whole movie away, but the visual effects and battle scenes have us intrigued.
Quit tossing your keys in the bowl and use this Magnetic Key Target instead. It has embedded magnets that will keep your keys up on it after a reasonable throw. Use the metal key ring to give yourself a better chance to hit the bullseye.
A young man is incredibly grateful when his dead girlfriend somehow comes back to life. But he soon finds out that she’s less alive and more undead. It’s Warm Bodies in reverse with Life After Beth. Starring Aubrey Plaza.
Cartegram encourages smartphone users to explore and share. Pocket notebooks suggest loosely defined locales to find. Users then attach biodegradable stickers to the location, and snap an Instagram pic to share their journey.
Small batch bourbons coming this Fall: Quarter Cask is a young whiskey with caramel and vanilla notes, while the 11 year Harvest Red Wheat is lightly sweet, and Brown Rice hints at sweet potato and brown sugar. More variants in 2015.
Brad Pitt plays a battle-hardened sergeant in World War II, leading a five-man crew and their Sherman tank Fury on a suicide mission in Germany. Written & directed by David Ayer (Training Day, End of Watch).