We were initially unsure of this live-action adaptation of Space Battleship Yamato, but this teaser has us rarin’ to blast some Gamilon ass; the movie is due out in Japan December 2010.
Inspired by this gadget, the Most Useless Machine not only reaches new heights for futility but has us waxing morose about the pointlessness of our own lives. Happy New Year, friends.
Dark undead comedy Zombieland arrives on Blu-ray 2/2/10 with a behind the scenes PiP track, deleted and effects progressions scenes, and actor, writer, and director commentary.
Muzorama was created in six weeks and based on the work of illustrator Jean-Philippe Masson; it’s a surreal animated short film that literally has us losing our heads over the details.
Ideal for pros and CSI junkies, Evident’s Orion-Lite is a 455nm LED Forensic flashlight for detecting body fluids, fluorescent powders, dye stains, and trace evidence. Thanks, Mac!
Watch as Subie-maestro Travis Pastrana rings in 2010 with a New Year’s jump over 269 feet of water in Long Beach with his WRX STI, breaking teammate Ken Block’s 171-foot record.
TV station TV3 puts an Estonian spin on this meticulously reimagined The Simpsons intro, swapping uranium rods for horseshoes and cars for carriages; Bart? A total Baltic brat.
Although perfect for JJ Abram’s new, sexi-fied film, these 7mm Star Trek Wetsuits are styled after The Original Series; choose from Command Yellow, Science Blue, and Engineering Red.
Jaybird’s Sportsband hits a small, but underserved niche; ideal for fit multitaskers, the headphones sport an adjustable band, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR/A2DP, button controls, and microphone.
Shunichi Makin’s been busy ever since his mini-HAL 9000; he’s created not one but three super-deformed versions of Iron Man in papercraft, each with 3-4 printable PDF files.
End 2009 with a trip to the year 52,009: today is the last day to leave a message with KEO, a time capsule satellite which will orbit 1,800 km above Earth and remain there for 50,000 years.
Adweek’s AdFreak names the Top 30 Freakiest Commericals of 2009; included are Quique the Head and the Palm Pre, but by far the creepiest and most shocking are the PSAs.
It’ll be 2010 before we can name everything on this Science Fiction Screen Print; it’s a giant 14″x34″ poster with 61 robots, 58 aliens, and 30 icons from sci-fi film, tv, books, and games.
Get your iPhone bricked in a good way with LEGO Photo: it’s basically a free, one-function photo application that’ll convert any of your pictures into a mosaic composed of 1×1 bricks.
LipsonRobotics’ Speaker Bot will crush lesser docks with ease; this one-of-a-kind robot is made from reclaimed parts and packs a speaker in its torso and iPod Dock in its base.
Quietus (Part 1, Part 2) is a glacially slow sci-fi short but still intriguing; it was shot on an 8k budget, filmed in the style of Kubrick’s 2001, and uses the same Death Valley locations as Star Wars.
Due out 1/6/10, Mega Man: Official Complete Works is 200 pages of Mega-awesome; it’s packed with 20 years of artwork including characters, box art, promo art, and rare art pieces.
It won’t stop bottle bandits, but this Metal Wine Cage makes other racks look like grape juice; it’s built out of rustic-finished welded and fabricated iron and sports a padlock with chains.
Actual aviators may want to look elsewhere, but Wings of Prey is ideal for casual WW2 fighter fans; it includes six theatres of war, 50 missions, 40+ planes, multiplayer, and future DLC.
Bill Amberg’s Jag Laptop Bag keeps things simple yet sporty with perfed calf leather panels and dual compartments with metal zips; it’ll last, too, with reinforced corners and handles.
Kristy Anne Ligones’ semi-realistic portraits of Family Guy actually paint fairly normal versions of Peter, Lois, Chris, and Brian; that said, Stewie and Meg are as creepy as ever.
Compared to the tee, Obey’s Make Art Not War is a more appropriate medium for Al Rockoff’s iconic DoH photo; it’s styled like an M65 field jacket with Rockoff’s print in the interior.
Available 2/23/10, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths pits the League against their evil counterparts from an alternate reality–all with the help of an also alt-reality heroic Lex Luthor.
Ford’s 2011 Mustang GT is official now, but nothing quite beats seeing it in motion: watch as Motor Trend takes its 412 hp, 390 lb-ft of torque 5.0L V8 for a test drive in the video above.
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