If you’re a stoner, you should probably write this down: Harold & Kumar: Ultimate Collector’s Edition is coming out on Blu-ray in November. The set includes all three Harold & Kumar films packaged inside a collectible tin box with a White Castle scented air freshener, White Castle scented coasters, and other memorabilia. Available November 13.
80s boxing star Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini was the real-life Rocky. In 1982 he became the lightweight champion & in his first title defense bout he knocked out the Korean Duk Koo Kim but Kim never regained consciousness. A few months later Kim’s grieving mother took her own life. It was a fight that changed Mancini’s championship life & this is the story of where he came from & where he ended up.
As a founder and legendary axeman of rock supergroup The Who, Pete Townshend was one of rock-n-roll’s biggest & baddest. But his place in rock history was poisoned by his arrest on child pornography charges. He was later acquitted but the damage was done. In his new memoir, Townshend talks about life from his own childhood through rock’s greatest epoch & all the way up ’til today.
This new 5-disc box set from Trojan Records is a complete crash course in Jamaican music. From early ska to Bob Marley’s rebel music to modern day dancehall and everything in between, this set connects it all. It also includes a 50-page booklet featuring detailed commentary on the history of Jamaica and its musical heritage, plus rare photos and memorabilia.
Two well-meaning brothers with a business plan to do some good in Africa—by bringing light to remote regions of Ghana and thereby uplifting the local economy, had no idea what they were in for on their comical, entrepreneurial vision quest to the dark continent.
Sure, kids love origami, but be honest, you’re the one with the Boba Fett fetish. This origami kit includes 36 Star Wars paper-folding projects with illustrated artwork taken right from the movies.
If you appreciate architecture but your knowledge goes only as far as that horrible hipster pop group Architecture In Helsinki, this new Phaidon release will provide a valuable overview of 750 of the finest examples of global architecture built from 1900-1999.
Who would’ve ever guessed that nearly 40 years later, Jaws would remain one of the most beloved scary movies of all time? Probably nobody but the fact remains, Jaws still holds up. This digitally-remastered Blu-ray release is due out August 14th and includes a digital download copy plus an ultraviolet copy, deleted scenes, and more.
As much as you like to drink drinks, when you get behind the bar to mix them, your repertoire is limited to about 3. The Gentleman’s Guide To Cocktails contains a whopping 150 recipes for you to work with. After all, if given a choice, your friends will probably drink something besides a vodka soda.
There are few if any movies of the modern era that match the chilling horror of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho or the raw creepiness of The Birds. This Limited-edition 15-film Blu-ray collection brings together Hitchcock’s best and features loads of extra content and features like “The Making of Psycho” and “All About ‘The Birds‘”.