If you’re not a fan of cartoon remakes, vampires or superheroes, Hollywood has nothing for you right now. And the outlook isn’t too promising either. Instead, why not stay home and enjoy a classic? The entire 4-film series of Indiana Jones’ adventures will be out on Blu-ray in September.
Mel Brooks’ classic Star Wars spoof Spaceballs just turned 25. With a cast including John Candy, Brooks as Yogurt, Rick Moranis as Dark Helmet, Bill Pullman, and others, this updated Blu-ray disc will rocket you back in time to planet Stupid. May the Schwartz be with you.
When guys cook, many of us cook with beer. But we’re drinking it. This book contains over 40 recipes that actually use beer as an ingredient. We know how good it goes with everything else, so why not pour some into your dinner?
Ridley Scott’s latest sci-fi blockbuster Prometheus digs deeper into the Alien epic and this new hardcover brings fans behind the scenes of this cutting-edge production, featuring a foreword from the filmmaker himself, production art, and loads of behind the scenes photos.
Justin James Muir has just self-published A Book Of Beards. The photo book is a collection of 86 crisp, black and white portraits of men with remarkable facial hair. But it’s more than just a beautiful book celebrating weird beards, it’s a non-profit project that benefits the author’s friend, brother and other cancer patients and survivors through the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
If you’ve been looking for something new to keep the kids or your lady out of the man cave, this limited edition case for The Walking Dead: The Complete Second Season blu-ray box set might work. The decapitated zombie head contains all four discs. Comes out August 28.
In their heyday, The Smashing Pumpkins were mockingly called The Monkees of the grunge era, the REO Speedwagon of the 90s. And yet their songs are some the era’s most memorable. With Billy Corgan still fronting the band, Oceania is their first new album in 5 years. And you can bet that the critics are going to be a lot nicer now.
Most of us just had a youthful infatuation with Sigourney Weaver but for those among us who are more into the fantastic “world” of Aliens with its weaponry and dazzling sci-fi technology, this book is its own kind of porn.
Apparently there’s more to magic than macho man Criss Angel’s silly TV tricks. In Fooling Houdini: Magicians, Mentalists, Math Geeks, and the Hidden Powers of the Mind, writer Alex Stone explores the strange and fascinating underground world of magic.
Between marriage and having babies, your friends are dropping like flies. And for those upcoming farewell occasions like bachelor parties and due dates, you need gifts for your soon to be locked-down bros. The practical guidebooks to manhood in this series are the perfect way to say good luck and goodbye.