It’s been a while since CineFix made a list that riled up its fanbase. But here we go. The movie enthusiasts picked their five best film follow ups “of all time”, including direct sequels, reboots and spinoffs. Let’s just think of it as a conversation starter rather than a definitive list.
Waterproof, fireproof, small, tough, tiny, and bright. These multi-use aluminum LED lights are perfect for everyday carry and hang neatly on your keychain. Get your three-pack for 44% off from The Awesomer Shop. Take an additional 20% off with code BFRIDAY20 through 11/24/17.
Buttered Side Down has been really wishing he had super powers, so he decided to try and give himself some abilities using ordinary kitchen appliances, a fax machine, and stuff he had lying around the house. It’s clear that his VFX skills far exceed his superhero skills.
Aston Martin trimmed the back of the DB11’s chassis then combined it with the DB10’s nose to create the new Vantage. A divisive but definitely aggressive look. It’s powered by an AMG-sourced 4L twin-turbo V8 engine that produces up to 503 hp and 513 lb-ft. of torque.
So you just picked up that shiny new iPhone 8 or iPhone X. They both look great, but with both phones sporting a glass back, you need a case more than ever. Everyday Carry makes their picks for eight great iPhone cases that double as storage for cards, cash, and more.
Auto body mechanic Arthur Tussik shows how with the proper skills, time, tools, and parts, a totaled car can be made to look just like new. Here, he takes a horribly smashed up BMW 7 series, and brings it back to life. We can’t speak to its structural integrity, but it looks good.
Etsy store NancysJars makes LED night lights out of old VHS tapes. You can customize the LEDs and the picture. The latter doesn’t have to be from a movie, but if it is the shop will do its best to use a tape of that movie to make the night light. It’s powered by AAA batteries.
Lowe’s challenged four trade professionals and makers – an electrician, a home remodeler and YouTubers Grant Thompson and Bob Clagett – to get through an escape room that challenged their DIY skills. Is it one long Lowe’s ad? Yep. But it’s legitimately entertaining too.
We got behind the wheel of the fantastic looking new Kia Stinger GT, and found that it not only has amazing acceleration, it handles great in the corners, is smooth and quiet for long road trips, holds five adults, and has class-leading cargo space. Read on for more.
Building on its X1D-50c, Hasselblad’s new kit bundles the amazing medium-format mirrorless camera with a trio of XCD prime lenses (30mm, 45mm, and 90mm), a rugged Pelican carrying case, two batteries, lens cleaning accessories, and more. Hasselblad dealer list here.
(PG-13: Language) We already know that rapper Mac Lethal can spit verses fast, but he recently took on a viewer who challenged him to rap 300 words in a minute. Lethal decided to showboat, and instead bested that number by 25%. Check the YouTube page for full lyrics.
Assuming these ceramic espresso mugs don’t miss shots the way that stormtroopers do in the Star Wars flicks, we’d love a set for serving up a quick caffeine fix. These officially-licensed 2.7 oz. cups are sold in sets of two, so you can toast a friend, or enjoy a double shot for yourself.
Veritasium explains how our cells divide with the help from astounding realistic computer animated clips created by Dr. Drew Berry at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. Those walking proteins are amazing. Biological nanomachines, son.
The Beyond Electric or Be. toothbrush vibrates like its electric counterparts. But instead of charging it, you simply twist its dial two times to power it for 2 minutes. Its brush head is 100% biodegradable, and each toothbrush comes with a year’s supply of brush heads.
Paraglider Jean-Baptiste Chandelier does everything in his power to resist the universe’s desire to pull objects towards the ground and remain airborne in some truly amazing locations in Portugal, France, Brazil, and South Africa. That paraskiing looks like a blast.
LEGO’s crowdsourcing system turns 10 in 2018. To celebrate, LEGO is challenging fans to create their own version of the LEGO Ideas logo. The grand prize winner will receive all of the 2017 LEGO Ideas sets, while the runner up will receive the Saturn V and Women of NASA sets.