NSFW profanity. With a mouth that makes Christian Bale’s on-set blow-up seem tame, Claptrap takes the director’s seat in this hilarious Making Of mockumentary for Borderlands.
Use it with your iPhone Stencil Kit: Notepod seems pricey at $18 for 300 sheets, but the iPhone form factor and the thick 80gsm laser stock ensure this’ll be a noteworthy investment.
Trilobites and sponges don’t quite hold the same appeal as triceratops and T-Rexes, but Paleozoic Park visitors have one thing in common: none of them were eaten by its inhabitants.
If you don’t mind getting your senses obliterated, this TGS 09 trailer for Bayonetta delivers fast-paced J-pop music, explosive visuals and nonsensical dialog–often all at once.
This Premium Format Figure is Rambo at his finest: a gun, a knife, a hand-tailored costume and chest scars are all that come with this collectible, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
AFVTech’s Ford Street-Rod is almost too good to be true: it combines a 600 hp Chevy LS7 7.0L V8, a low-emission compressed natural gas setup, and a head-turning chopped top.
Liked by Military Times for its durability and simplicity, Surefire’s Minimus Headlamp is ideal for night biking, lasts up to 2 hours at 100 lumens and can be angled upward for overhead work.
The always fantastic Gary Oldman makes his entrance in this new Book of Eli trailer, which reveals more of the plot and characters; the post-apocalyptic thriller hits theaters 1/15/10.
Doug Haffner’s Steampunk Arcade Cabinet is a double-dose of old school; covered with a patina and green backlit Frankenstein photos, it uses MAME on a PC to play arcade games.
Coming to XBLA in 2010, Toy Soldiers is a WWI-themed tower defense game that lets you directly control your defenses; despite the toy premise, the trailer is eerily realistic.
It’s likely to encourage frivolous unzipping, but we like the Wishbone Hoodie’s simple appeal; if you don’t believe in wish fulfillment, consider the already broken Wishbone t-shirt.
Anne Forschner’s BMW Lovos is what car concepts are all about: it may look creatively insane, but each of its 260 hinged pieces are solar photovoltaic cells that double as air brakes.
Meet George Jetson: the overly optimistic future-utopia gets a postmodern makeover with alimony, divorce hearings and secret robot mistresses in the Jetsons Theme Song Extended.
Based on his legendary music video, Michael Jackson gets a slick send-off with these Thriller Converses; available 10/5, they sport a red leather jacket, studded collars and black satin.
If you’ve been wondering what the heck Ezio’s deal is, this Destiny trailer for Assassin’s Creed II not only fills in the blanks but shows off his bad-guy gutting skills. Thanks, Jasen!
Messy, functional and totally awesome, the Shoelace Rug ain’t your momma’s decor as it shifts and evolves beneath your feet; available now in black/white or custom order your own.
Warning: NSFW profanity. While the humor isn’t always LOL funny, Nocturnal Comedy’s Real Life Paperboy definitely had us waxing nostalgic over coin op and paper routes.
We’re still smarting over the $250 price ($200 at Best Buy w/extra rebate), but Sprint’s Samsung Instinct HD will feature a 3.2″ touchscreen, 5 MP camera, video recording and Wi-Fi.
Auto-tuning is arguably played out, but this Carl Sagan music video (feat. Stephen Hawking) is the trippiest, space-time bendingest tour of the cosmos we’ve ever taken.
Frontgate’s 42″ tall iPod Tower Speaker towers over puny docks; it features two 1″ tweeters, two 3″ midrange speakers and a 6.5″ subwoofer and is topped with an LCD touch screen.
Warning: non-PSP’d heathens best avoid this epic trailer for Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, as it has us itching to get one just to drink in the absolutely amazing graphics.
It can’t beat Project Icarus’ $150 budget, but BEAR (Balloon Experiments with Amateur Radio) brings back something much cooler (albeit dizzying): actual HD video from space.
Part OMG and part WTFBBQ, Dead Rising 2’s This Is Reality XVII trailer would make Randy Savage proud: it mashes up WWE, zombie slaying, deer antlers and hamster balls.
We often hear grandiose durability claims for watches, but Swiss Military puts its money where its dial is: the 20000FEET watch gets drowned and dynamited yet keeps on tickin’.
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