After nearly 20 years, River Phoenix's last film is finally getting a world premiere. In 1993 production for the film was halted, just ten days before the end of shooting, after the sudden death of the film's lead actor. Now, Dark Blood director George Sluizer has started a CineCrowd site to help with funding for the final edits before the film's viewing at the Dutch Film Festival in September.
Electro master Brett Domino took full advantage of the days Google Doodle tribute to Bob Moog — a fully playable synthesizer — with his cover of Daft Punk's "Aerodynamic."
Beef sticks found in convenience stores are tempting, but the junk that is mixed into the recipe should be enough to keep you away. Chomps takes a different approach. Their pro-protein, anti-junk sticks taste great and are made from grass-fed beef to keep you fueled up when you need it most. Each stick is gluten-free and contains no sugar, GMOs, soy, or dairy and are perfect for stashing in your travel bag for a healthy snack on-the-go. They're also Keto friendly, certified Paleo, and available in four delicious flavors: Original Beef, Hoppin' Jalapeno Beef, Original Turkey or Cracked Pepper & Sea Salt Venison.
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Oris helped lead the diving revolution in the 1960's, and now they're reaching back into their archives for the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Watch. The latest installment updates the original look while retaining the retro details like the slim case line, thin bezel, and trapezoid date window. It also features Swiss-made automatic movement, bubble-curved glass made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, bronze bezel, and anti-reflective coating on the inside to reduce glare and increase legibility while underwater. This direct descendant of one of Oris's first diver's comes with a dark brown leather strap and successfully melds the groundbreaking features of the original with modern enhancements for a diver that's in a class by itself.
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After jumping 2,400 feet from a helicopter in nothing but a wing suit, stuntman Gary Connery flew towards a runway covered by over 18,000 cardboard boxes in Oxfordshire, England. His successful, injury-free landing made him the first skydiver ever to land without a parachute.