Variety is the spice of life. Food, entertainment, education, jobs, hobbies — for everything you can think of, there are millions of ways to do it. The Porsche 911 has been the Swiss Army knife of sports cars for 50 years, winning in almost every conceivable motorsport competition from endurance racing to rallying. Porsche makes 24 models of the 911, and if you can't find one that suits you, you aren't looking for a Porsche. Here's a quick video that explains all 24 flavors in five minutes.
Baseball is the American pastime, but there's only one ball glove maker left in the US. Nokona makes one of the best gloves you can get in their factory in Nokona, Texas. Nokona Executive Vice President Rob Storey takes you inside their factory, detailing the materials, handcrafted quality, and love of the game that goes into every glove.
Advent calendars just got a lot more interesting. Instead of counting down to the holidays with a bunch of boring chocolates, the Vinebox 12 Nights of Wine lets you pop the cork on a dozen different bottles. Whether you've been naughty or nice, each vial holds a glass of red or white from the best regions around the world. The wines come housed in a limited edition box and just 10 will feature a golden bottle that unlocks the key to a free subscription for all of 2019.
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From The Shining and Poltergeist to Friday the 13th and Halloween the 1980's was full of great horror movies. Equally as good as the films were the grainy clips and mysterious voices of the genre's vintage trailers. Here's a compilation of 22 of the decade's very best.
You could remove the zombies from Shaun of the Dead, give the film an entirely different plot, and still have a cast of well-written characters. The characters in Edgar Wright's apocalyptic comedy are as defined by what they are not as what they are, and depend on the cast to fill in those flaws. Lessons From the Screenplay takes a deep dive into Wright and Shaun of the Dead to show that strong characters are essential to a film, even if it's a comedy.