In this Toronto International Film Festival selection, sticks and stones become machine guns and grenades when an after-school game of capture-the-flag gets brutally intense.
Laugh now, because once DARPA's swagbot finds a way off that treadmill, it'll be the only thing "Stayin' Alive."
Vinyl Me, Please is a record of the month club that helps both lifelong collectors and those who are new to vinyl to build the collection of their dreams. Each month they feature one curated title, which includes remastered audio, color vinyl and package extras you can't get anywhere else. Don't like the title they are featuring? They allow you to swap from over 25 choices spread across many genres and decades to ensure you or the music lover in your life gets records they love. New for this year, you can give a genre-themed subscription as a gift. Vinyl Me, Please offers a Classics subscription featuring jazz, blues, and soul titles, and a Rap and Hip-Hop subscription, in addition to their Essentials subscription that delivers great titles in many genres.
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While these albums are more than 20 years old, the sounds remain fresh, and now the physical product is as well with these new colored pressings.
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If you're considering getting 7 billion of your closest friends to head out to Los Angeles for a rotation-changing jump party, don't waste your time. Vsauce explains exactly how insignificant we all are compared to Earth's massive mass.