Topping this week’s releases, the Blu-ray/DVD combo includes commentary, deleted scenes, bloopers, an Adult Swim animated featurette, and of course, Ramona and her seven evil exes.
Take notes, football coaches, because you can learn a thing or two from the Driscoll Middle School team, a bunch of young smart asses who pulled off the most effortless touchdown of all time.
Belgium’s Gillet Vertigo supercar is back, and this time with a new 4.2L V8 engine sourced from Maserati packing 420 horses and promising even more extreme performance: all for just $265K.
Happy Hour’s stainless steel Bottoms Up watch is water resistant to 5 ATM, sports a luminous analog clock and (most importantly) has a bottle opener built right into the band buckle. (Thanks Jason!)
The crazy-expensive Trio Classico sounds as sweet as it looks, thanks its high-impedance voice coil. The satellites handle frequencies from 100 to 20,000Hz, while the sub does 18 to 350Hz.
Treyarch believes that we all have a soldier inside of us, and of course that we should unleash it by playing Call of Duty: Black Ops. One of the best video game commercials we’ve ever seen.
“National UnFriend Day” isn’t exactly catchy, but Jimmy Kimmel does have a point. On 11/17, scan your Facebook friends and think – just how many of these people do I actually give a damn about?
Beyond Black Mesa is an indie film inspired by the Half-Life series of video games. If the trailer is any indication, director Brian Curtin and crew made good use of their paltry $1200 budget.
Two of our favorite things – cured pork and fizzy water – in one tasty (?) concoction. The Jones Bacon Soda Holiday Pack includes two bottles of bacon soda plus other bacon-infused items.
We’ve seen many attempts to create a watch band for the iPod Nano 6G, but none is so stylish and well integrated as the Hex watch casing, which truly gives Nano owners the coolest watch on the block.
Created for Abu Dhabi’s Ferrari World, the Formula Rossa rollercoaster is designed to give riders the sensation of riding in a real F1 race car. It tops out 150mph, which it achieves in less than 4.9 seconds.
Do the good people of Cleveland think LeBron James’ recent Rise ad for Nike is just more narcissistic, self-promotional build-up from a guy whose actions speak louder than his words? Hmm.
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