First-person footage of an insane sport called Ice Cross – in which athletes perform stunts and race through a luge-like downhill course wearing ice skates. This footage is from this past winter’s Ice Cross Downhill World Championship in Quebec City, Canada.
An exploration and puzzle game where you play an astronaut on a last ditch mission to save Earth. You’re sent to humanity’s bases on the Moon, where something appears to have gone horribly wrong. Coming to Windows, Mac and Linux.
HBO’s satirical comedy series continues Pied Piper’s roller coaster ride. Richard has been kicked out of the company that he started, but he still has his crew on his side. Unfortunately for him, the man who’s replacing him as CEO has a proven track record. Premieres 4/24/16.
Get a glimpse at Shredder, Bebop and the other big baddies in the cel-shaded brawler Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. The game will also feature a semi-open world with easy movement, such as gliding, grinding and more.
One of the more spectacular ways to enjoy the evening sky this tiny cabin looks out on the Dolomites in Northeastern Italy. Priced at about $335 a night, you’re paying for the view and seclusion, not so much for luxury, though it is climate controlled, and includes a fancy dinner.
The young X-Men must take on their ultimate foe, the very first mutant, a powerful god-like creature who has amassed the powers of numerous other mutants, awakens after lying dormant for thousands of years, and is now hellbent on destroying the Earth.
Andy Samberg plays Junior, the top stork employee in the company that delivers babies, which is now switching to delivering goods instead. Trouble begins when one of his company’s last baby making machines pops out an unauthorized baby.
A sleeping bag that uses magnets (yeah bitch, magnets!) instead of zippers, making it easier to get in and out. Its hood and two flaps can be closed or opened independently, giving you a bit of temperature control. Available in 6′ and 6’6″ lengths.
The electro dance duo return with a catchy disco track featuring Cat Power on vocals, with a brief cameo from the Beastie Boys’ Mike D. It may not be the Cassius you’re familiar with, but you can still dance to it.
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