After racking up over 17 million views with The Hollywood Megamercial, DC Shoes decided to feed your need for Ken Block with these never-before-seen scenes from the Gymkhana blockbuster.
Bane and Batman and Catwoman, oh my! The latest TV spots for the final film in the Christopher Nolan trilogy. In theaters July 20, 2012.
Stantt has already revolutionized sizing for shirts with 75 sizes narrowed down quickly and easily just by entering your measurements. And now, they're ready to change dress shirts by adding the latest technology customarily reserved for sportswear. Stantt is using a brand new fabric developed using the latest athletic apparel tech to make your dress shirts more comfortable and versatile. Each shirt using 4-way stretch technology to move with your body and stay comfortable. And the moisture-wicking tech moves sweat away from your skin and regulates your body temperature to keep you cooler throughout the day. And just in case you still work up a good sweat, the shirts are designed to dry three times faster than cotton. Available in four colors, every Stantt shirt is crafted one at a time by hand and gives you the look of a premium dress shirt that's as comfortable as something you'd wear to the gym.
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Finding a Duvet that is both comfortable and warm enough year round combined with something that doesn't feel like it weighs a ton is a difficult proposition. That's why this light and lofty Duvet from Parachute is so appealing. Constructed using 100% hypoallergenic microfiber fill and a 100% cotton shell, the Alternative Duvet is made in the USA in Cincinnati, Ohio, and reinforced with a double stitched piping seam. The microfiber mimics the feel of natural down while remaining environmentally sustainable and is an ideal weight for warm sleepers. Parachute will even let you try it for 60 nights and return it for a full refund if you aren't fully satisfied.
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You don't have to love Primus' new single to enjoy an undead Lee Van Cleef seeking a brain-fueled revenge on an animated Clint Eastwood. For those of you who also love the song, their album Green Naugahyde is available now.
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.