If you never saw Terry Gilliam’s 1981 classic fantasy, now’s the time, thanks to its debut release in all its high-def glory. And if you have seen it, you know what we’re talking about. Buy this movie.
If you weren’t ready to plunk down your hard-earned dough for another set of Rock Band peripherals this year, perhaps this trailer will convince you to expand your band.
Building on an already gorgeous Maserati, Novitec Rosso boosts the sedans to a whopping 590-hp with their compressor tech, pushing the cars from 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds, and a top speed of 183 mph.
While Apple’s multitasking on the iPhone is a little underwhelming, maybe they can learn a little something from this Cydia app with it’s ExposÃ©-like UI for app switching. Works on iPads, too.
The Proxima concept is actually two devices – the rectangular phone and the wrist strap, which has a proximity sensor. The latter will beep if the two get separated by a certain distance.
RYNO Motors’ sporty self-balancing electric unicycle has a top speed of 25mph, can go 30mi in between charges, and has a max capacity of 250lbs. Its estimated retail price will be about $3,500.
(NSFW) An all-girl A Capella group from Columbia University and Barnard College do a sweet remake of Dr. Dre’s B*tches Ain’t Sh*t. The doctor probably laughed his ass off when he saw this one.
These dudes may not have super powers, but they are real threats. Makes you wish you had powers too so you can kick their asses, but then again, you could have been one of these guys too.
Master of horror Wes Craven has been working on this creepy teen flick about a serial killer who swore he’d one day return to kill the 7 children born the night he died. You can guess the rest.
Leave it to the Japanese to create an electronic gadget which lets you humanize any object. These Nikodama eyeballs can be stuck on the face of anything to give it more personality.
Next time you head out to a party, bring your private stash of the good stuff in one of these disposable flasks. Made of flexible mylar, sneak in a couple inconspicuously in your pants.
The House of Air, an indoor trampoline park at Building 926 in the Presidio is “giving flight to the flightless” with dodgeball, open jump time and aerial training. Opens 9/15/10. (Thanks Carter!)
You know that part where the school bus driver yells at you for not buckling up? Yeah, yeah, who the heck wants to wear a seatbelt on a bus, right? Maybe this short film will teach you a lesson.
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