They’re small but powerful. Bowers & Wilkins mini theater systems create stunning cinematic soundscapes that basically turn your living room into a home theater. It’s achieved with their integrated system of a subwoofer and crisp M1 satellite speakers. They surround you with sound.
There are three definitive Vietnam war movies. Apocalypse Now, The Deer Hunter, and Stanley Kubrick’s 1987 masterpiece Full Metal Jacket, which many critics and connoisseurs have argued is the hands down best ‘Nam flick of all. Pre-order this 25th anniversary Blu-ray edition with enhanced hi-def picture and sound and watch it again, it’ll blow your mind.
This isn’t just any old folding chair. This thing spins a full 360. In fact, if you’re bored in the forest you can just keep spinning. 720, 1080, 1260, you get the idea.
Baltimore-based artist and metalsmith Halsey Frost has created a custom, welded all steel hibachi grill that is handsomely designed and built tough to last for ages. Heated by good ol’ charcoal, the 6×18 grilling surface is the perfect size for a gourmet dinner for two. An optional stainless steel grill top is also available.
News out of North Korea seems to be brightening lately. Well, aside from the unregulated nuclear testing and human rights horrors. Read Escape from Camp 14: One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West, it’ll give yourself a little historical perspective on one of the world’s most violent dictatorships. It’s the story of Shin Dong-hyuk, a man raised in a prison camp who witnessed the execution of his own family. Seriously, how the hell did he escape?
If all your burgers are handed to you in a paper sack through an opening in a small window, who knows what you’re really eating? Do yourself a favor. Learn how to prepare your own classic American cheeseburger and you’ll never again have to wonder what those burger joint employees might’ve done to your food.
Yes, the locals will call you a kook when you cruise out into the lineup on a motorized surfboard but you’ll get the last laugh when you crank up the WaveJet’s wristband accelerator and zip past them catching wave after wave.
When Paul Newman and Robert Redford teamed up for the period crime-comedy The Sting in 1973, they were Hollywood superstars in their prime. The movie won seven Oscars and Redford was even nominated for Best Actor in his performance as a 1930s Chicago hustler. Surprisingly he was beat out by some other dude in a movie about a guy who hitchhikes across the country to find a cat named Tonto. This re-mastered Blu-ray disc is bound to make the two co-stars look even more handsome than you remember.
If you know the deal with thrash-speed-death metal pioneers Slayer, you also know that few if any of their fans drink wine. Fact is, this Reign In Blood cabernet should really be actual human blood and instead of a pricetag of a mere $105 dollars, it should really be priced at exactly $666. Source