Take the real-life story of the Forty-seven Ronin, throw in some giant ogres, mythical witches, and a ton of CGI, and you have Keanu Reeves' upcoming samurai fantasy. In theaters December 25, 2013.
Being the science guy that he is, Bill Nye gives us the solution for Earth-killing asteroids.
Richly marbled with outstanding flavor and texture, this Miyazaki A5 Ribeye makes for a memorable meal. The Miyachiku Cooperative in Miyazaki prefecture, where the meat is sourced, is known for its quality wagyu, averaging between a 10 and 12 on a 12-point scale for inter-muscular marbling. Thanks to its composition, it's nearly impossible to overcook, but is best enjoyed seared over high heat or even deli-sliced and cooked briefly with a blowtorch.
Built from their signature waterproof fabric, Rains modernizes the classic cycling backpack. The rucksack features a large compartment with a roll-top closure to stow a variety of loads. Its adjustable strap is fitted with a loop to keep your bike lock within arms reach while a front pocket and a side laptop compartment makes for easy retrieval of your belongings while on the go. Minimal but also functional, the bag is finished with a padded back panel, adjustable shoulder straps, and a chest strap for added comfort and security.
Height: 23.6" (open) / Height: 19.3" (close) / Length: 12.2"
Looking like a hipster James Bond, Casey Neistat heads to the Bonneville Salt Flats to finally start filming the commercial for the Mercedes CLA.
From running the streets to sipping tea with Prince Edward, here's how the game of cricket changed the lives of the kids of Compton.
Retro sneaker silhouettes don't have to have old-school colorways. This is certainly true of these 997H Classics from New Balance. While the style is certainly familiar, it's given new life with splashes of energy red on the front midsole and in the stitching on the laces and back white panel. The mostly black upper mixes textured synthetics and mesh to great effect and contrasts well with the aforementioned white panel and mostly white midsole. That same midsole provides cushioning while keeping weight down, making these great for all-day wear.
After years of fine-tuning their original, Machine Era has perfected their wallet with an even slimmer, lighter model. Made from aerospace grade titanium that's been coated with a black DLC or gold PVD coating, your cards and cash are held in place with an elastic band, and its slim, ultralight profile is ideal for front pocket carry. The wallet, which holds up to seven credit cards, is also RFID-blocking, keeping the card chips secure from hackers. A small opening in the back allows you to quickly access items with the swipe of a thumb or open bottles with the flip of a wrist.
Length: 3.4" / Width: 2.25" / Thickness: 0.28" / Weight: 0.6 oz.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
After receiving a computer from his family, former typographer Hal Lasko has taken his craft from paper to pixels. Dot by dot, the lovable 97-year old began creating amazing 8-bit art using Microsoft Paint, while inspiring us all with his talent and charm.
We're not sure this is exactly what Google had in mind for their latest piece of wearable technology, but you have to admit, James Deen and Andy San Dimas really do a great job highlighting the key features. Of the glasses. We were talking about the glasses. NSFW.