Eight New Yorkers find themselves trapped in the basement of an apartment building after “the big one” hits in this post-apocalyptic thriller from the guy who directed Hitman.
We can honestly say we have mixed feelings now that Lost is at an end, but we couldn’t put a period on it without mentioning this amusing tee, which showcases the safety card for Oceanic Flight 815.
Hunter Davis has the ability to produce an uncanny impression of Sir Ian McKellen. Here he brings his talents to a recital from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. We don’t understand it either, but we still love it.
DIY Timelords might appreciate this diecast illuminating screwdriver with sounds, based on the 11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver. Comes with assorted reversible bits. Ships this August.
Iron Man indeed: contemporary British artist Antony Gormley uses casts of his own body as the basis for his expressive sculptures of the human body, using materials like lead and steel.
We have no idea where these clowns on this Dubai highway learned how to drive, but if we ever visit the U.A.E., we’ll be sticking to our air-conditioned learjets and yachts.
This short from Aardman Animation (home of Wallace and Grommit) shows us everything not to do when we have a pesky fly buzzing around the house. Memo to self: do not order a box of spiders.
Nike hypes the World Cup with its awesome, epic, star-studded commercials. With their country’s pride & glory on the line, one kick, one move, one goal could decide a player’s legacy.
Maybach collabos with Xenatech to build a two-door coupe version of the 57s limo, with the same 6L 612hp twin-turbo V12 engine. The 57s Coupe will be limited to 100 units worth about $800,000 each.
Mateusz Sypien designed these sweet-looking custom glow-in-the-dark baseball caps based on New Era’s 59Fiftys. We can’t decide if they’ll actually look cool or if they’ll just be dorky.
We love the sleek modern styling and multi-function display on Citizen’s limited-edition 80th anniversary timepiece. Too bad you have to go to Japan if you want one. Let’s hope for exports.
Inspired in part by Santiago Calatravaâ€™s ValÃ¨ncia buildings, Daniel Garcia created this concept A9, featuring a unique electronic painting system that changes the carâ€™s color at the touch of a button.
Get the deepest glance yet at the cinematic gameplay and explosive action in the next Call of Duty game, due out 11/9/2010. It’s never too early to start your Christmas wish list.
Tim Cotterill designed the Road Rocket trike over 30 years ago but only recently built it. It has a top speed of 200 mph, a massive 1000 hp and has a built-in parachute to slow it down, just in case.
This video of an augmented reality billboard in the Netherlands was set up by the Dutch government to speak out against violence that public service employees encounter while performing their duties.
We don’t care that it’s in Japanese. This horror / action flick looks awesome. The story centers on a man who loses everything and becomes an iron-celled-metal-man hell-bent on revenge.
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