Last Exit To Nowhere has been dubbed the “movie geek’s mecca”, and rightly so. The shop sells clothes and posters inspired by popular movies, from Ferris Bueller to Blade Runner.
Show everyone that you’re a bad ass even when you’re fast asleep with Urban Outfitters’ Good Nite pillowcases. Chuck Norris probably owns a ton of these. Exclusively available online.
The Flipboard iPad app is the magazine of the future. It aggregates content shared by your friends via twitter, facebook and from other online sources into a sleek and snappy magazine layout.
If you think about the number of cigarettes smoked during the first three seasons of Mad Men, we’re pretty sure everyone in the show would have died of lung cancer by the start of this season.
Designed by Mike Simonian and Pieter Schouten, Flowboards have 7 wheels each on the front and rear, making it look like a mutated skateboard. Riding one is like snowboarding or surfing on land.
Today marks the release of this action pic of biblical proportions, where the son of Zeus works to keep the underworld at bay. Blu-ray adds extra scenes, an alternate ending, and other goodies.
Nicolas Cage goes all bad-ass in this over-the-top 3D flick loaded with tons of muscle cars and guns – just how we like it. Directed by the same guy who did Dracula 2000, so it’s gotta be good, right?
The PX-B120U Blu-ray player can read almost any kind of optical media. It’s USB-powered too, so no need for an extra outlet. The best part? It’s only $100. It should be available online soon.
“If do right, no can defense.” So said Mr. Miyagi about his Crane Technique. Well if you had an actual crane for a leg, no one really can defend against it. That is a leg, right?
Directed by Zack Snyder (of 300 and Watchmen), Sucker Punch is looking awesome. The action-fantasy is described as “Alice in Wonderland with Guns.” Sounds good to us. Opens 3/2011.
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