We’ve owned our fair share of cats, but this is the first time we’ve seen one meditate, and in such a risky location at that. We’re going to name this neck-breaking pose the “Snail Snooze.”
Au Yeung Ping Chi’s papercraft items are burned at grave sites to be “delivered” to the dead. For those who died young, Au Yeung makes effigies of gadgets and designer shwag.
James Franco stars in Danny Boyle’s survival movie 127 Hours. The film is based on the story of American mountain climber Aron Ralston, who got stuck between two canyon walls for five days.
We have no idea what this ad is marketing, but whatever it is we want to buy one just to support whoever it is that commissioned this ad. It’s safe for work, although there’s a belly kissing scene.
Perfect for stamping those T.P.S. reports you’re submitting later this week, these rubber stamps offer snarky and obnoxious messages so you can leave your mark on papers or coworkers.
In celebration of the 160th birthday of the venerable Tennessee whiskey maker, Jack Daniel’s presents this limited-edition black bottle of Old No. 7. Hmmm, should we look at it or start sipping?
Just because there’s a giant washing machine robot hovering over crowds of screaming masses running from flaming buildings doesn’t mean that it necessarily means them harm… or does it?
According to the description, this “official U.S. Army field manual” provides hundreds of illustrations and techniques for tracking and exterminating those pesky werewolves. Uh, yeah.
Adding to the hype about the impending release of Halo: Reach, Bungie just dropped this gorgeous live-action/CGI video as a teaser for the game’s 9/14 launch. Get out your plasma pistols!
The 2011 Evora S offers an amped-up Toyota 3.5l V6, with 345-hp, while the IPS option makes the Evora line easy to drive, with a six-speed automatic transmission and manual paddle-shift override.
Steven Sterlacchini’s fan film tells the tale of a minor character from Judge Dredd. As his name implies, Minty is no bad ass, and is outcast because “he has become too compassionate.”
It’s been a while since we saw Danny Glover in a movie, and he chose a hell of a comeback. Age of the Dragons is a re-telling of Moby Dick, except there are dragons instead of whales. AWE. SOME.
If only Neo’s problem was as simple as defeating Trinity’s Seven Evil Exes, then maybe the trilogy wouldn’t have been so freaking vague and convoluted. Neo, this is loco!
The P’8478 has lightweight anti-corrosive titanium frames, as well as two pairs of lightweight unbreakable lenses – one reflective and one solid. The aviator’s frames come in four colors.
What’s worse than being caught in a tornado? Being caught in a flaming one. Gusts of dry wind combined with wildfires in Aracatuba, Brazil to form a dancing “whirlwind of flames” several feet tall.
We want Wouter Scheublinâ€™s Walking Table concept so bad. Not only does it take the hassle out of rearranging furniture – a gentle push or pull and it springs to life – it also looks really awesome.
This side-scrolling beat-em-up finally hit XBLA and PSN, and it’s well worth the wait. Tons of weapons, local co-op mode, great looks and a story from the writer of God of War add up to a great game.
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