A short excerpt from the documentary Lessons for the Living, featuring 10 hospice volunteers sharing their experiences and what they have learned from their time with dying people. Trailer here.
From the publishing house that gave us Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Android Karenina comes another posthumous collaboration, this time between Franz Kafka and Cook Coleridge.
The first full trailer for the updated classic(?) warrior tale stars a bunch of people with weird names that you’ve never heard of, the evil guy from Avatar – and the smokin’ hot Rose McGowan.
Can’t remember some of the events in the series? Missed any of the five movies? Frankly, we didn’t know there were already five movies, so we’re grateful for this clip. Chris Morgan is a genius.
A priest is called to help a young lady who is being tormented and controlled by a devil – a Dirt Devil. Produced by Filmakademie Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg for the Centrino Clean Control vacuum cleaner.
This extremely rugged carrying case holds laptops up to 15″. It’s watertight, crush-proof and dust-proof, and the Pick N’ Pluck foam secures its contents. If you have a 17″ laptop, go for the 1495.
The latest trailer for Martin Campbell’s Green Lantern reveals some good new stuff, including a scrimmage with Sinestro, words with Kilowog, emerald swords and a badass flamethrower.
The Crovel (shovel and crowbar) eliminates the need for a plethora of tools in order to survive – it has 13 different tools for a multitude of tasks combined into one tidy package. (Thanks, Anton!)
The fine folks over at Paste Magazine have rounded up a gallery of sweet and geeky old school posters propagating the Galactic Civil War from both sides of the fight. Thumbs up. (Thanks Levi!)
Sprung from the nerdy genius mind of Conner Anderson, here’s an extremely amusing parody of Like A G6 by The Far East Movement – with lots and lots of D&D references. (Thanks, Dylan!)
ParanoidBR’s Dulcidio Caldeira shot this clever video for MTV Brazil using a continuous row of balloons imprinted with illustrations that are then sequentially popped to create a flip book effect.
Martin Woutisseth made this chronological list of some Stanley Kubrick’s most memorable films, shown in the form of animated movie posters. A great reminder of Kubrick’s talent.
The 15.6â€ M4600 and the 17.3â€ M6600 workstations have fast Intel Core i7 CPUs, up to 32GB of RAM, Nvidia Quadro GPUs and more, encased in a rigid and durable aluminum and magnesium alloy case.
Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus. The word “Uranus” usually brings a little giggle to our juvenile inner-selves. This recent clip from Who Wants to be a Millionaire just about made us spit out our coffee.
The horrifying story of a domesticated whale, content to serve his bosses Dial and Wade, happy in his small world, until a little psycho named Jesse comes and kidnaps him. Wait what?
(NSFW: Language) Made by the team behind Nuka Break, Captain America: The Fighting Avenger puts a squad of soldiers in a life-or-death battle. For them anyway. For Cap, it’s just another day.
(NSFW: Language) We’re not going to like everything we come across in the world (and on the Internet). Fine. But the world doesn’t exist to please us either, so let’s cut back on the hate.
Probably the weirdest video you’ll see all week, The S From Hell by Rodney Ascher is a short documentary-cum-horror film about the 1964 Screen Gems logo and the effect it had on children.
If you didn’t have the 3 hours or the patience to watch The Royal Wedding, here’s an amusing, overdubbed version to bring you up to speed, conveniently abbreviated to 1:30. (Thanks Maffin!)
iPhone cases are a dime a dozen these days, but Case-Mate made us perk up and take notice with these goofy silicone cases that turn your iPhone 4 into a Monsta, while still offering ample protection.
Cindy Meehl’s Buck follows the life of Buck Brannaman, a true American cowboy and sage on horseback who travels the country for 9 months a year helping horses with people problems.
The Ultimate Driving Composition: renowned graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister created Culture, a limited edition book for BMW that also serves as a remote control car. (Thanks Brad!)
The new king of the Alienware laptop line, the 16lb. M18x has a 18.4″ Full HD WLED screen. You can have it with a quad core Core i7 overclocked to 4GHz, up to 32GB RAM and dual graphics cards.
When in doubt as to how to pull off a prank that scares the snot out of somebody, the good old fashioned creepy-girl-ghost-busting-through-the-wall remains a consistent crowd pleaser.
This vendor has a weird way of endearing himself to customers. It almost seems like he doesn’t like to give ice cream to his customers. Must be a pain in the ass to be the last in line at his stall.
Designed by Bob and John Loughlin, the TiGr is made of a flexible titanium bow and a compact, highly pick resistant lock cylinder. The tough and bendy bow is highly resistant to sawing and cutting.
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