We still don’t know any of its plot points, but our latest look at Joel Coen & Ethan Coen’s film paints an even more colorful portrait of its characters, as six stories weave in and out of life in the wild West. Hits select theaters on 11/8/18, then Netflix on 11/16/18.
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While roller coasters offer up plenty of thrills, a whole lot of engineering goes into making them safe enough to not snap our necks or make us pass out. TEDEd looks at the impact that these rides can have on our bodies, and how coaster safety has improved over the years.
“What you don’t remember, you don’t know you don’t remember.” The trailer for True Detective‘s third season still keeps us in the dark, but it shines a light on the case that haunts the main character, portrayed by Oscar winner Mahershala Ali. Premieres 1/13/19.
You don’t have to be a fan of the latest Jurassic World movie to appreciate this awesome high tech toy from Mattel. The Alpha Training Blue is a learning, interactive mini raptor with 7 motors, touch and sound sensors, and lots of nifty sound effects… and those eyes.
Musician and vocalist Morrissey applies his trademark sad wail to The Pretenders 1982 hit Back on the Chain Gang, offering up a delicious mindmeld of two iconic 1980s sounds. The song appears as a bonus track on the upcoming deluxe edition of Low in High School.
Funko will soon offer POP! vinyl figures based on Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May, and John Deacon. Freddie gets three outfits – a harlequin jumpsuit, his 1986 Wembley Stadium look, and a FYE exclusive shirtless look based on their 1982 Madison Square Garden shows.
Love Hultén’s Pixel Vision 2.0 is a much smaller and thinner portable retro console than the original one he released back in 2015. Available in a one piece or clamshell design, it can store over 10,000 games and plays SNES, Megadrive, Game Boy games and more.
Ansty Labs’ Pixl is a unique and fun take on building block toys. Instead of pieces with grooves or studs, each Pixl block has a magnet inside that automatically rotates so that it will always stick with another Pixl block. Pixls comes in four sizes and 52 colors.
We already know that musician Davie504 is quite the capable bass player. But for his latest clip he shows us just how quickly his fingers can fly across the frets, with an electric bass cover of Rimsky-Korsakov’s high speed classical piece Flight of the Bumblebee.
Mondo continues its awesome sixth-scale Masters of the Universe action figure line with the villain Skeletor. The action figure has 30 points of articulation and comes with a fabric cape, six hands, a power sword and more. The exclusive version comes with a Cosmic Key.
BrainfooTV shows us how to make nifty little rockets using ordinary household items like aluminum foil and strike-anywhere matches. They fire as far as 60 feet, and are surprisingly stable and accurate. The tailfins aren’t required, but they do make them look cooler.
Musician Jamie Dupuis turns in a great cover version of the Rolling Stones’ Paint It Black, performing the 1966 rock classic on his carbon fiber Emerald harp guitar, which produces a wonderfully layered sound that combines both lead guitar and bass sustain sounds in one.
Evan Snider walks us through the process of crafting a completely handmade chainmaille shirt, painstakingly assembled from thousands of copper rings, individually opened, then linked over the course of 66 hours. The finished shirt weighs in at about 25 pounds.
Teenage Engineering’s OP-Z combines a synth and sequencer in a minimal device. It can record 8 audio tracks and 8 control tracks at once, and has a 2-octave keyboard, speaker, microphone, headphone jack, and USB-C/MIDI ports built in. It also works wirelessly with iOS.
The upcoming FLPSDE water bottle has a dry storage compartment at the bottom where you can keep snacks, keys and other small objects. Its main chamber is vacuum insulated to keep your drinks hot or cold for hours. The inner chamber can be removed for cleaning.
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