Astral Breakers Official [WiiU eShop] Announcement Trailer from Intropy Games on Vimeo. Battle for the cosmos with a friend in a competitive Versus mode, team up in the cooperative SuperNova mode, or play solo in Story Mode against a challenging AI. Show More Summary
February Sundays have a wonderfully directionless tone to them.
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, comprised of over 120 film and TV journalists and/or critics nationwide, has revealed its choices for the most interesting movies that involve the Academy Awards in their storylines. Show More Summary
This week in music, Gazelle Twin is taken hostage inside of a sinister car wash, Low Pros soundtrack a warped sci-fi car chase and cube-like monoliths make an odyssey around Earth in CHVRCHES’ new video. Check out our picks of the most… The post 5 Awesome Music Videos Worth Checking Out this Week appeared first on Highsnobiety.
It looks like an Oldsmobile Cutlass, but underneath it’s a Vic Hickey-built tube-frame mid-engine off-road monster, and Jay Leno got to drive it for the most recent episode of Jay Leno’s Garage. In the comments on our story about the pending Brooklands restoration, Gavin in the UK sent over this link to some […]
Happy Oscar Sunday! We’re so excited about tonight; popcorn, fashion critiquing, and taking bets on who wins, (and who makes the longest speech). When it comes to weddings, there are no losers (they’re all incredible!) but of course every photographer, planner, florist, and videographer will have a few of their favourites from throughout the year. […]
(Video Link) Once you have a car stereo system vigorous enough to make every other driver on the road hate you, place a copy of Lil John’s song “Turn Down for What” into the stereo. Within a few seconds, Lil John will cause that snow to explode right off your car. -via Jalopnik
Check out this awesome sci-fi short I’ve stumbled on today while browsing the “Staff Pick” section of Vimeo.com. Unfortunately, POLIS is very short, but I’m sure a full length movie using part of the above video as its intro would be something people would definitely watch. Show More Summary
Aw, man. It’s always the good ones who go too soon. Earlier this week singer Lesley Gore died of lung cancer at age 68. As a teenager Lesley became the quintessential 60s singer with songs like “It’s My Party,” “That’s the Way Boys Are,”...Show More Summary
1. Behzod Abduraimov from Uzbekistan is the new piano sensation. 2. Against robot worries. 3. Can you tell whether it is you or your avatar talking? 4. More tweets about Amartya Sen, some even mention his daughter. 5. Every bridge in America.
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One of the big summer TV events on the horizon is M. Night Shyamalan's Wayward Pines on Fox, and here's the new trailer. Shyamalan—or as I like to call him, "Plots McTwisty"—has fallen out of favor with many of us, but this news series...Show More Summary
Pinball Arcade [$0.99] is like a digital museum of real-life pinball machines that's been kicking around on various platforms, including iOS, for a few years now. It's had a staggering number of pinball machines added to it over the years, some that are high-profile, big-name IPs and some more obscure stuff. The holy grail of
The youngest of the three Oscar short categories, documentary shorts are both the vigorous upstarts and the weary middle-agers, questioning themselves and their creative vision in a productive midlife crisis.
Yoke Creative, a Wales-based production company, has released the first volume of their upcoming “Fire the Shutter” series, a beautiful short time-lapse film simply called “Wales”. ‘Fire the Shutter’ is a passion project created by Yoke Creative, to provide a platform for a series of awesome films we plan to make in 2015. Above is […]
Everything good in design this week: Love is sharing your juice Where’s the closest power outlet? Is my first thought when I enter a room. Pathetic, I know. But when you have a shitty smartphone battery there’s just no other way to live. Show More Summary
In a brilliant promotional campaign for their own production company, Montreal-based 1ONE explains how they could help take the "miracles" of Jesus to a whole new level: