Guitarist Luca Stricagnoli impresses yet again with a fantastic fingerstyle trio of tracks by the godfathers of rave music The Prodigy: Invaders Must Die, Omen, and Voodoo People, performed while he wanders through seemingly endless stacks of freight containers.
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Metaphump performs jazzy funk covers of rock and metal tunes. Here, they turn in an excellent rendition of Rage Against the Machine’s Killing in the Name, with a groovy bassline and vibrant horn section. Their Metallica and Megadeth covers are worth a listen too.
Mezco Toyz new flattened, but still slightly plush fabric collectible toys. The first figures are based on horror faves Freddy Krueger, Jason Vorhees, and Chucky. Each one measures about 12″ tall, making them perfect couch decorations. We love the button eyes on Freddy and Chucky.
We’ve always assumed that chocolate was meant to be eaten, and not used as a kitchen utensil. But after you watch this video from Kiwami Japan, you’ll see how chocolate can not only be moulded into the shape of a knife, but it can be sharpened enough to actually cut food.
We’ve come to truly enjoy the twangy Korean sounds of the gayageum over the years, played deftly in the hands of musician Luna Lee. Here, she performs a stellar medley of Steppenwolf’s Born To Be Wild, The Beatles’ Come Together, and The Police’s Every Breath You Take.
This new mode in Assassin’s Creed: Origins turns the game into an educational experience. Discovery Tour mode allows players to explore the world around them on a leisurely historical tour. The mode includes 75 guided tours of monuments, buildings, and characters.
Let’s go through the shrinker ray, and take a twisty, turny, disorienting ride on an awesome model roller coaster built by John and Michael Molden using Meccano metal construction toys. The spinning coaster cars were inspired by Reverchon’s real-life rides. Build video here.
Put on your leg warmers, and pour a bucket of water on yourself! Electro-rock act Carpenter Brut is here to light up the place with a fantastic live performance of Michael Sembello’s hit Maniac from the 1983 film Flashdance. The track is available for download on their live album.
(PG-13: Language) Pied Piper builds a new Internet (and inadvertently opens an indoor dog park in the process), Gavin Belson feels old, and Jian Yang takes over the incubator in the new season of Mike Judge and Alec Berg’s hilarious HBO comedy. Premieres 3/25/18.
The Nextorch UL360 weighs just 4oz and is only 3.1″ long. It has a magnetic base, an elastic strap and S-biner. Combine those with its 360º rotation and you have a lamp that can be positioned practically anywhere and at any angle. It’s on Massdrop until 2/24 for just $18.
1000Toys’ highly accurate The Iron Giant figure looks like a statue, but it’s actually a highly poseable collectible. It’s about 6.3″ tall, is made of many die-cast metal parts and comes with two heads, four pairs of hands, two sets of teeth and the “S” chest emblem.
An easy-to-assemble 3-dimensional model of the iconic Volkswagen Type 1 camper van that you assemble from plastic puzzle pieces. It has 162 curved pieces, a rolling base and even a couple of surfboards you can put on its roof. The finished van measures 11.75″ x 5.5″ x 6″.
LEGO Certified Professional Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught and his team recently completed this replica of NASA’s SLS Rocket. The model measures nearly 25 ft tall, weighs 1100+ lb, and was built using 460,323 LEGO bricks, and took over 563 hours to complete.
Up for a real challenge? Every single piece in these 1000- and 2000-piece jigsaw puzzles is the exact same color. Plus, the pieces are much smaller than standard puzzle pieces to make them even more difficult to work with. The smaller version is also available in black.
Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die. Funko just dropped a bunch of new POP! collectibles, including versions of Inigo, Buttercup, and Westley, plus a rare Dread Pirate Roberts version. Now when can we have a giant-sized Fezzik POP!?