Filmmaker Jim Lo Scalzo took a trip through the abandoned coal-mining towns of the Appalachian mountains, and put together this striking short film showing off the remnants frozen in time.
This tension-filled thriller tells the tale of the last seven inhabitants of the planet, and one man’s quest to figure out who he is and why he’s there. Looks like 28 Days Later without the zombies.
Convertible, coupe and rumored hybrid derivatives are coming soon for the $247K 2011 Rolls Royce Ghost, which is powered by a 563 hp, 6.6L turbocharged V-12 with 8 speed transmission.
User interface specialists TAT give us their take on the UI, screens and technology of computing devices four years from now. Practical? Maybe. Realistic? We’re not sure. Awesome? Indeed.
As Star Wars fan flicks go, Fed Wetherbee & PJ Tamayo’s film is one of the more sublime efforts we’ve seen, steering clear of over-the-top effects, instead focusing on character, dialogue and plot.
Separate from the main multiplayer portion, Wager Mode presents a risky but rewarding proposition. Players bet earned in-game points, but only the top 3 scorers earn points. The rest go broke.
What would make a man buy a Hello Kitty figure? Joseph Senior’s concept sketches would. Senior turned popular fictional characters into Sanrio’s iconic cat. These are just begging to be made.
We’re not sure if this is a presentation or a competition, or if this is just training before they venture into their extremely crowded cities. The amazing happens at the 1:10 mark.
The VP Of Whatever Is Convenient For The Commercial At Hand brings out the montage in this ad for the PlayStation Move. It’s epic, as expected, but Butler’s evil laugh deserves special mention.
Andy Helms makes good use of the spaceships in Star Wars in his series of posters. Although judging by these posters alone, you’d think that the movies were all about strength in numbers.
Mazda’s Shinari concept is a 4 door coupe style sports sedan that represents future design direction for the brand. They’re also planning vehicle fit and finish upgrades to match that of BMW and Audi.
It’s Friday, so why not take some time to play a game? Really, what could be more fun than a prehistoric dinosaur running on a treadmill, while trying to avoid spike balls and laser beams?
Kyle Andrews’ music video for You Always Make Me Smile features the largest water balloon fight on record, with 4,000 participants, 120,000 flying water projectiles, and one really wet singer.
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