The Oscars are nearly here and the biggest prize of them all is Best Picture. While arguing over whether each year's Best Picture is really the best is as much a part of the award as the award itself, there has been a winner every year since 1927. Burger Fiction has all 90 years worth of winners in one supercut.
Set in a border crossing station in the fictional, Eastern Bloc-like Arstotzka, a border agent is the only thing standing between broken families, desperate workers, and political insurgents. Based on the game Papers, Please by Lucas Pope, this short film tells a story much like its source material — and the limits and limitations of empathy.
Leaning on decades of audio experience, Grado took their time developing their first Bluetooth headphone. It was worth the wait. The GW100 delivers the effortless detail and power the brand is known for, using the same signature drivers. Their open-back design is a world first for Bluetooth headphones and has been built to reduce escaping sound by up to 60% compared to wired open-backs. And while the wires might be missing, Grado's timeless design language remains intact, ensuring they look great with any ensemble.
Wireless: Bluetooth 4.2 with apt-X / Battery Life: 15 hours / Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz / SPL 1mW: 99.8 dB / 3.5 cable with Remote and Mic included
From its design to its assembly, The Bed by Thuma takes a minimalist approach to the bedroom. The sleek platform bed is handcrafted from natural wood in a warm walnut hue. Using sturdy Japanese joinery, its construction is naturally creak-free and makes for easy setup. The whole thing can be put together in about five minutes with two screws and zero tools. The legs are already fitted with scratch-resistant cork pads and offer a 9-inch clearance for under-bed storage. A comfortable Pillowboard completes the modern styling while also supporting your pro-lounge lifestyle. The Bed is available in Dark Charcoal or Light Linen and ships free right to your doorstep.
After 60 years at Penn State, Joe Paterno was one of the most beloved coaches in college football history with the most NCAA wins. He was set to be a legend until the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal broke. His knowledge of the events overshadowed his legacy and lead to his firing in 2011. In this HBO biopic, Al Pacino portrays the disgraced Paterno during the height of the scandal and the backlash that followed. The film is set to premiere April 7, 2018.