After the death of his father, Logan and his mother Naomi move into a relative's vacant house. The house is for sale, and every Sunday the two leave so the home can be shown — but one visitor refuses to leave. Starring Dylan Minnette and Piercey Dalton, The Open House premieres on Netflix January 19, 2018.
For 24 hours, moms and dads around the world have a burning desire to off their own children. Unfortunately for this teenage girl and her little brother, their father just so happens to be Nicolas Cage. Also starring Selma Blair, the film is slated for release January 19, 2018.
Crafted from pebble-grain Italian leather, Courant's CATCH:3 Charging Station will keep your most important device juiced up while keeping the rest of your EDC kit organized. Its 3-coil, Qi-compatible platform supports fast charging of both iPhone and Android devices, powered by an included nylon USB-C cable that connects discreetly in the back. A recessed, bowl-like area sits alongside, holding your watch, wallet, keys, and any other essentials you'd like to keep handy. A weighted matte aluminum alloy base keeps it from sliding around, and an additional USB-A output lets you charge a second device if desired.
Width: 11.0" / Depth: 8.0" / Height: 0.625"
3-Coil single-device charging / USB-C input / 5W, 7.5W, 10W fast wireless charging output / Additional USB A output
Certifications: Qi, CE, FCC, ROHS
Included in the box: 1.2-meter nylon USB-C charging cable, power adapter (USA)
Countries of Usage: Universal with USB Cable, USA-only with outlet plug
Made from hand-selected A36 hot rolled steel that is left untreated to allow it to age naturally and beautifully from season to season, Stahl's new X firepit will be a center of warmth and attention for generations. Each minimalist firepit is made in Portland, Oregon and includes four 3/16 inch steel pieces that can be assembled in minutes with no complicated parts or screws.
Height: 13.5" / Width: 32.5" / Length: 32.5" / Weight: 90 lbs.
Somewhere up above us, there is a sky filled with stars — even though most us can't see it. Our always-on, constantly-lit modern life is causing massive amounts of light pollution, even in non-urban areas. This is causing profound environmental consequences beyond simply star-gazing, interfering with the natural rhythms of the world around us.
This two-story Hot Wheels track is not only our childhood dreams come true but maybe our adult ones too. Measuring in at 141 feet long, the track starts at a bedroom window and travels down a wooden bridge. From there, the car twists and loops at an average speed of 3.8 miles per hour throughout the entire backyard. Because it is so elaborate, just one view wouldn't do. The run was filmed at three angles, including an ultra-slick first-person view.