This critical darling follows an enterprising novelty inventor through the backstreets of Shanghai as he tries to get his “humorous domestic hygiene product” made. Premieres on IFC Flims 6/16.
If they saw you coming down the road in this 1700 lb drivable arachnid, people would probably get out of your way. It doesn’t look that comfortable, but what do you want from a giant mechanical spider?
The Harley-Davidson XR1200X will be available in the US in 2011. Featuring fully adjustable front and rear suspension, the bike can be dialed in to match rider weight, riding style and road conditions.
Sony whets our appetite for the next gun-toting, skull-crushing sequel in the Killzone series. The PS3 game is slated to offer full 3D gameplay if you’ve got the right TV and glasses to go with it.
Sky Factory’s eScape features a wall-mounted industrial-grade HD LCD monitor embedded in a full-size casement window that brings the scenes and sounds of nature to the indoors in real time.
Nothing says “it’s a Friday, and I don’t care if the boss sees me watching videos of flatulent cats at my desk” more than this here YouTube clip. Enjoy. Plenty of replay value here.
Get a glimpse into some of the strangest, dumbest, and downright funniest search queries, all from real people, through the magic of search engine sample data. Our favorite: “Get Rid of Friendly Ghost.”
This artful Flash game puts you in control of a guy who can’t see his surroundings. While it plays like most platform-puzzlers, not being able to see where you are amps up the challenge big time.
Just as all buildings must have emergency exits, all restrooms must have emergency toilet rolls. Make sure to install it where it can easily be seen and accessed to prevent full-blown disasters.
A sentimental short film written and directed by Nuno Rocha for LG Portugal. We won’t say any more about it, just that even though it’s basically one long ad, it’s still well worth your time.
This CGI composite documentary by Gavin Kelly follows the stories of four MMORPG players who describe their exotic role-play characters as we see them in the context of their mundane real lives.
We finally get to see a little bit of the eponymous dinner in Jay Roach’s upcoming Dinner for Schmucks in which eccentric fools are invited to a special meal for the entertainment of the hosts.
Dell’s Android-based 5-inch mini-tablet is official. The Streak will include a capacitive multitouch 800×480 display, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, GPS navigation, a 5MP camera and 16GB of memory.
James Bondâ€™s Aston Martin DB5 1964 is up for auction at Sotheby’s in October, to be sold with Q’s factory installed mods: submachine gun, revolving plates, tire shredders and smoke screen device.
The tailored Minuteman messenger bag from Wheelmen is made of wax canvas and has a nylon lining, multiple pockets, specific smartphone side pocket, waterproof zipper and side stabilizer strap.
This short animated film by Alex Varanese is a wonderful tribute to 8-bit video game style. Alex says he was inspired by both Michel Gondry and R-Type, and you can definitely see both influences.
John Kricfalusi, the warped mind behind shows like Ren & Stimpy and the 1990’s Mighty Mouse is offering lessons to new cartoonists. It’s a unique an opportunity to learn from one of the greats.
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