Long, stressful days on the job make you want to turn your brain off at night and chill. No more thinking. Just loafing. For those nights, you need a certain type of movie. One that makes you laugh and won’t force your brain into action in the least. Shaun Of The Dead is one of those movies. The story of a regular dude who just wants to hang at his local bar unbothered and then zombies try to ruin it.
Mosh? Maybe in his Pearl Jam days, but has Eddie Vedder ever made you want to hula? Probably not. And he won’t on this new solo record of, as the name suggests, ukulele songs. This material puts Vedder’s familiar heartfelt lyricism to the rustic twang of a ukulele. Yeah, Eddie surfs, but this ain’t beach music.
After doing your rudeness, light one of these scented candles on your way out of the bathroom. That way, your “man can” won’t stink up the whole house. Scents like Fresh Cut Grass, Sawdust & Campfire smell a lot better than whatever the hell you just gave birth to in there. Yes, keep the fan on, too.
Until they make powdered instant beer, there will be some degree of craft involved in the process of making your own. Learn how it’s done right in six easy steps from author/brewer William Bostwick. He shares tips & advice for home-brew newbies and veterans alike. Don’t blow it. Read all 176 pages.
Having a barbecue usually means you’ll be drinking while you cook. For this reason alone, the Pit Mitt is a good idea. Its magical, heat-resistant material allows you to do stupid stuff like reaching into the red-hot coals for a mushroom or picking up a 475º burger. It will also grip your beer nicely. Maybe get two.
So there’s a new 007 novel coming out. But James Bond creator, Ian Fleming, has been dead since 1964. So, how do they get the new book? Hold a séance? White Magic? Nope. Ian Fleming Publications handpicked author Jeffrey Deaver to do the work. Deaver has written a grip of thriller/espionage books, but this is serious. Dear Jeff: hot chicks, sick cars, radical weapons. Don’t screw it up.
There are a lot of reasons why Steve McQueen is hailed as the coolest dude in the history of Hollywood. Between filming huge movies he raced motorcycles; insisted on doing as many of his own stunts as possible; slayed the babes. But this 1968 movie sealed it. Hands-down, the sickest car chase ever filmed. McQueen is absolutely shredding the streets of San Francisco in a fastback Mustang as a gutsy cop trying to catch a crook. Classic.
Every bottle of booze, wine or spirits you buy should come with a cap. If for some reason it doesn’t or you lost it, you can use this rooster-shaped one. It’s red, it’s elegant, but its name is really all that matters. It’s called the Cock Blocker. The name alone is worth the eight bucks. Isn’t it?
Stanley Kubrick’s cinematic classic on futuristic violence. It’s among the best American films ever made. A Clockwork Orange stars Malcolm McDowell and his merry band of violent hoodlums who drink strange milk and violate. This Anniversary release has an extra DVD filled with historical, behind-the-scenes & archival footage. If you haven’t seen the movie you should, even though after, you might wish you hadn’t.
If you eat the heat, this new, but quite old, Tabasco will fire you up. Aged up to eight years, Tabasco Family Reserve has been made available to the public for the first time. Like fine wine or Scotch, aging adds complexity & depth to the flavor of these Louisiana peppers.