In addition to being good gags, plenty of Kevin's homemade booby traps from Home Alone were lethal. Thankfully, it's a film and not real life. Honest Action gives an actual injury count on the Wet Bandits from Home Alone.
It's a shame no one was around to taste this collaboration between Schwartz Flavour Shots, MJ Cole, filmmaker Chris Cairns and pyrotechnic designers Machine Shop, but at least you can see and hear it, which we guess is just as good, even if it does make you hungry.
Oris was founded in 1904 in the village of Hölstein which is surrounded by the Waldenburg Valley. The Calibre 115 draws inspiration from that location and continues the company's rich tradition of premium mechanical timepieces. The new timepiece features a fully skeletonized movement — including the barrel at 12 o'clock — so the watchmaker's talents are on full display. As you wind the crown, the mainspring coils until it's fully wound and ready to deliver ten days of uninterrupted power. It's housed within a 44mm brushed titanium case that employs a design passed down from a 1938 model and supplemented by a jet engine turbine blade motif introduced into the Big Crown ProPilot's bezel a few years ago. Additional details include Super-LumiNova filled hands and indices, double-sided anti-reflective domed sapphire glass, and a multi-piece titanium bracelet or a black leather strap.
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Inspired by the iridescent wings of the Blue Morpho butterfly, this new jacket from Vollebak has over two billion microscopic blue glass spheres embedded in resin on the jacket's surface. The glass spheres create an entirely reflective jacket that is constantly changing color while you ski or snowboard. The Blue Morpho is engineered for a max range of motion with plenty of room for a hoodie underneath. The jacket also is fully seam-sealed, waterproof, and includes an ocean-racing style marine hood and high collar. The visibly stunning piece of outerwear acts like a mirror for whatever light conditions you're in, with a liquid metal appearance under the sun that shifts to a bionic blue at night with any camera flash, torch, or searchlight.
Presented by Vollebak.
Presented by Vollebak.
Make sure Met Life isn't the only memorable venue from Super Bowl Sunday by building your own Snack Stadium out of guacamole, hummus, beef sticks, chips, veggies, and sandwiches. It's a guaranteed win, which is far more than we can say for the halftime show.
Don't sit in the back. The folks at Head Squeeze break down the science of conflicting sensory signals that lead to getting car sick - or air sick or sea sick. And if you can't sit in the front, have some ginger to settle your stomach.
Clinton C. Filson got his start outfitting prospectors on their way to the Klondike Gold Rush at the end of the 19th century. The C.C.F. line of workwear from Filson bears his initials and carries on the Filson tradition of high-quality clothing that's versatile and tough. Made with a durable nylon shell with quilted polyester insulation, the C.C.F. Quilted Utility Jacket is compact and lightweight, making it an ideal outer layer as the weather begins to turn in the Fall, and in early Spring when there's still a chill in the air. In the colder months of Winter, it's perfect to place underneath a heavier coat as an insulating layer, making it a true three-season workhorse. Each jacket is finished with action-back shoulder pleats, insulated hand-warmer pockets, a metal zipper, and is priced right to be your go-to, throw-it-on layer this Fall.
Sizing: Comfortably True to Size / Size Down If In Serious Doubt.
Ernest Supplies uses plant-based ingredients and technology-forward standards to bring grooming essentials to the man on the go while keeping its products Made in the USA. As impressive as its products is its packaging; Unlike normal bottles and tubes that can bust and leak, Ernest Supplies' Soap Free Gel Face Wash, Cooling Shave Cream, and Protective Matte Moisturizer arrive in soft flask-style containers that maximize storage space in your dopp and look great while doing so.
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In 1927, Claude Friese-Greene travelled across the UK with his new-fangled color film camera. He ended the trip by filming in London. Simon Smith has recreated Claude's London shots by following in his exact footsteps with modern equipment, and edited the two sequences together side-by-side, giving us a glimpse of how little (or how much) London has changed over the last 80 years.