The ragdoll death animations are a bit silly, but space combat looks (and sounds, thanks to “audio simulation files”) absolutely epic in this Escalation trailer for Shattered Horizon.
We’ve featured holsters for beer and flashlight quick draws, but SpiderPro’s Camera Holster is one you’ll actually shoot (pictures) with: choose from either the single or dual DSLR system.
A blend of 1,200 brandies aged between 40 to 100 years in a single cask, the Louis XIII Rare Cask is an ultra-premium bottling; it’ll come in a palladium-dressed black crystal decanter.
Hot Toys’ 1:6 Blade II figure is fantastically accurate, from the head sculpt of Wesley Snipes to the costume; it also packs a veritable arsenal, with glaives, stakes, bombs, and guns.
That Knox’s Handroid looks cybernetic is no accident; these armored rider’s gloves feature an exoskeleton, ratchet lacing system, scaphoid protection, and honeycomb gel structure.
A must-see for martial arts fans, The Real Shaolin is a documentary that follows four warriors-in-training to the Shaolin Temple; visit the Facebook page
for updates on future screenings.
Knot Design’s 0Hundred Watch concept is a creative spin on traditional timepieces: it features triple concentric dials (hours, minutes and seconds) plus a barrel-shaped date counter.
Ken Block takes his monopoly on awesome to new heights with the Subaru WRX STI TRAX: it’s a 400 hp/400 lb-ft torque carbon fiber snowmobile with steel skis and heated RECARO seats.
No WMDs here, but the H-Bomb Heated Wetsuit makes cold water surfing downright balmy: it features back mounted, Li-ion-powered carbon fiber coils that act as heating elements.
Designed for the NHRA/Super Stock circuit, Ford’s 2010 Cobra Jet Mustang features a new launch control/rev limiter; limited to 50 vehicles, the factory-built racer will be available 1Q 2010.
Despite the intergalactic laptop appeal of Sony’s Vaio FW Nebula, its prices are down to earth: $810 fetches you a 16.4″ display, T6600 Core 2 Duo, 250GB and Radeon HD 4650.
Yo, Adrian x 6: the champ comes to Blu-ray with Rocky: The Undisputed Collection; the seven disc set includes Rocky 1-5 + Balboa and a bonus disc packed with trailers and featurettes.
Ragged Edge’s sailcloth carbon fiber bags get supersized with the Traveler Airstream Duffel; it sports a wide mouth double-zip opening and 3 zippered pockets, yet weighs just 2 lbs.
Because scary movies have nothing on sadistic gamers: The Sims Horror Movie is like Exorcist, Poltergeist, Puppetmaster and Saw rolled into one spinning diamond of death.
The Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson’s new flagship phone: it packs a speedy 1 GHz CPU, 4″ capacitive touchscreen, 8.1MP camera, “Rachael” Android UI, HSPA, Wi-Fi, and GPS.
We’re always wary of game-to-movies, but we like Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time’s first trailer; there are wisps of PotC here, appropriate as it’s a Bruckheimer & Disney production.
Featuring music from and to be released with Angels & Airwaves’ third album, Love is a full-length, visually stunning sci-fi film about a man trapped on the International Space Station.
Big, bold numerals lend Alpina’s Extreme Chrono Double Digit a sharp industrial flair; it also boasts brushed steel indices, dual chrono counters, a PVD bezel, and signature Alpina screws.
xkcd untangles convoluted Hollywood plotlines into organized Movie Narrative Charts; LotR, Jurassic Park, and Star Wars all become semi-coherent, but Primer still remains indecipherable.
Four letters, yet so much awesome geekiness: Lawrence Villanueva’s I Be Au Sm T-shirt packs in a UFO, an NES gamepad, a Federation badge, nuclear fission, and a lightsaber.
It’s a pity that WETA’s one-of-a-kind rayguns are already sold out; each of the trio (Sputnik 500, Death from Above, Jagd Kanone) features slick WW2/steampunk paint jobs.
Its monolithic stature almost demands you play Also sprach Zarathustra on repeat: the Wall of Sound is a gigantic 225 lb. iPod dock that just happens to also be a 125 watt speaker.
Available at the end of 2009 as a free browser game, Trauma is an adventure with a twist: you play a car accident survivor who must reconstruct their memories using a gesture-based UI.
Pry open your brewskies with panache with the Top Gear Bottle Opener: it’s a bolt-like, stand-up chromed brass tool that can rip off caps rapidly either by hooking, pushing, or pulling.
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