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.
Crafted from pure European flax, the Parachute Coal Linen Venice Set gives you the casual look of linen in a dramatic dark hue. The fabric is spun in a region of northern Portugal by a family-owned factory. From there, each piece is garment dyed and washed in small batches, creating a unique grey color and soft texture that is free of harsh chemicals and synthetics. The set includes a fitted sheet, duvet cover, and pillowcases. No, there's not a top sheet, but who uses that anyway? Along with a great looking bed, you'll also get the added benefit of knowing that with every purchase a malaria-prevention bed net is donated to the United Nations' Nothing But Nets campaign.
Presented by Parachute Home.
Built with top quality components and thoughtful construction, you can't go wrong with a made to measure gray or blue suit from Indochino's Premium Collection. All their suit jackets are half canvassed, with fully fused fronts, for greater versatility and excellent shape for your body. Each jacket also features fully canvassed lapels, bullhorn buttons, lightweight shoulder pads and high-quality collar felts. Just choose your fabric, customize your suit, and submit your measurements. The result is an investment-quality suit that's far more attainable than bespoke options and fits better than off-the-rack options. You can wear them year round, and you get the most bang for your buck as each suit is under $400.
Presented by Indochino.
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.