The 1930s cartoon-inspired run and gun game has been delayed to 2016, but it’s shaping up to be one hell of an experience. Play as the eccentric Cuphead or Mugman and defeat a variety of equally zany bosses alone or with a friend.
(SPOILERS) As with Inception‘s gravity-defying scenes, director Christopher Nolan opted to have a physical set built for Interstellar’s tesseract, a “three-dimensional shadow of a four-dimensional hypercube that’s been unfolded.”
For no particular reason, Xavier Michelides decided to face swap all of the flight crew in a Qantas flight safety video with his own mug. In the unlikely event that your female flight attendant has a beard, look for the nearest exit.
(PG-13 Language) Nathan and Sully go through the ancient action movie tradition of driving a car through crowded streets, as Naughty Dog flexes its muscles and reminds us that “cinematic gameplay” is not an oxymoron. Amazing.
To celebrate its Mille Miglia debut, Donkervoort is releasing a laid back version of its lightweight sports car. The D8 GTO 1000 Miglia Edition has a 314HP 2.5L engine, increased ride height, Bluetooth, GPS and Mille Miglia livery.
Capt. Picard and the NCC-1701-D fight Darth Vader and the Death Star in a battle to determine who’s dorkier. Is it the jargon-spewing slumber party or the cult of rave toys? All we know is we wish there was a Star Riker show.
Wayne Yeager’s LeanChair attempts to find a nice compromise between sitting and standing at work. It lets you recline and reduce the load on your feet and legs. Use it with a standing desk or on its own with its swing arm desk.
This medieval-inspired handmade mug is made from real cattle horn, and is perfect for toasting your friends over tall cool mug of mead. Each mug is unique, so colors, shapes and sizes vary. Holds between 1 to 1-1/4 pints.
A lightweight trailer that’s classic on the outside but modern on the inside. It weighs just 1100lb. thanks to its fiberglass shell. Its interior can be equipped with modular and rearrangable parts, such as beds, kitchenettes and drawers.
A stunt pilot takes his 4-year-old daughter Léa along for her first ever aerobatic flight. We love how her mood goes from non-plussed on take-off to pure elation as the plane flips and rolls, and at no point does she seem afraid at all.