(PG-13, Gore) “You like truffles? You gotta get in the dirt with the pigs.” An unsettling Netflix series based on the memoir of former FBI agent John Douglas. Mindhunter is about FBI agents in 1979 interviewing imprisoned serial killers to crack ongoing cases. Premieres 10/13/17.
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First released in 2001, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin is a comic book retelling of the 1979 anime that launched the entertainment juggernaut we know and love. Now you can read its English version legitimately for free, thanks to manga publisher Comic Walker.
While we’re not sure the designs are officially licensed, the metal model kits from Amusien are still pretty awesome – especially the ones with color. Among their flat-pack kits are a Peterbilt 389 truck and Optimus Prime, along with a Scorpion Gunship straight from Avatar.
A showcase of all 14 weapon types that you can wield in Monster Hunter: World. Whether you prefer familiar equipment like the sword and shield, heavy hitters like the hammer, or esoteric arsenal like the charge blade, you’re sure to find a weapon that fits your style.
“It was something I was pretty good at. And then it became a disease.” Ric Flair was once the superstar of superstars in the pro wrestling world. But he was anything but a role model, whether in or out of the ring. The documentary premieres 11/7/17 on ESPN.
Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe, and Noomi Rapace star in this Netflix release about a future in which overpopulation is controlled by strict limits on reproduction. But one man hides his secret septuplets by only letting them go out one day per week, and sharing a single identity.
“She’s nicer to that thing than she is to me.” In this drama set in the future, Jon Hamm stars as an inquisitive hologram of Walter, an old woman’s late husband. Day by day, he learns to be more like Walter. Or rather, the Walter that his wife remembers. Premieres 8/18/17.
(PG-13: Language) Mass Appeal’s New York State of Mind spends some time with these urban daredevils who live life on the edge, popping wheelies and driving some folks mad with their antics. Whether or not they’re a road hazard, there’s no questioning their passion.
Galaxy of Pen & Paper is a meta-RPG for PC. Set in 1999, your characters are playing a tabletop RPG set in outer space. It has upgrades for both the storyteller and the space RPG characters, and is filled with silly adventures and dialogue. Also on iOS and Android.
The classic Spirograph is a childhood favorite drawing toy, but its plastic discs are easy to crack. This special edition includes nine drawing wheels and a gear wheel made from sturdy die-cast metal, as well as sticky Spiro-Putty to eliminate holes in your paper.
We’re rooting for Puddles to take the win on America’s Got Talent, but he’s got some stiff competition. Regardless of the outcome, we’ll always have his YouTube channel. Here, he picks up his guitar and turns in a dialed-down arrangement of Blondie’s 1979 hit Dreaming.
To the Batpoles! This awesome 20″ tall replica of the Shakespeare bust from the 1966 Batman TV series doubles as a coin bank. Like the prop, the coin slot (along with the customary dial and button) is hidden inside the bust’s neck. See it unboxed on video here.
This film adaptation of Jeffrey Dahmer’s classmate Derf Backderf’s graphic novel explores the serial killer’s life during his teenage years. It doesn’t excuse his actions, but makes us ponder how ignorance of his mental health issues contributed to his outcome.
“Oh that’s right you have your little thing. Oh a that is a cool thing that you’ve got. That is good stuff.” Ben Stiller plays a dad who goes on a tour with his son to scout colleges. He meets his more successful colleagues and starts having a mid-life crisis. Premieres 9/15/17.
This summer’s hit Spider-Man flick gets the Funko POP! treatment with big-head versions of Spidey in his homemade suit, his upgraded suit, with headphones, and as plain old Peter Parker. There’s also a cool winged Vulture, and a bespectacled Tony Stark in his kitty shirt.