This new Blu-ray box set collects 5 of the best mobster movies by the best directors of the modern age. Nothing but Oscar winners and classics: Untouchables, Goodfellas, Heat, The Departed, & The Town. If that doesn’t sound good there must be something da matter with you.
If you’re slowly easing your way toward the Self-help section of the bookstore, Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success by Phil Jackson is a great springboard. As coach of the Chicago Bulls & LA Lakers, Jackson became the most successful coach in the history of pro sports. This new book breaks down his philosophies and takes readers into the headspace of a man who led the world’s greatest ballers to the apex of competitive success eleven times.
Looking in the rearview mirror to see the canoe you just lashed to the roof flying above the freeway like a fiberglass Scud missile is a crappy feeling. And it’s one you could avoid if you could tie a legit knot but you can’t, so you need a LoopAlien. It’s a lightweight, easy-to-use aluminum cord attachment & tensioner with a versatile design that makes it easy to secure loads of all kinds.
Do your skincare products contain toxins and known carcinogens? Since every ingredient is not listed you’ll never know; a great reason to try the good goods from Rebels Refinery. Their premium natural men’s products are made with no cancer-causing crap plus they donate a portion of their profits to prostate cancer research.
Titanium is cool. The functional minimalism of Bauhaus-style design is cool. A compact way to carry your many keys is also cool. That makes this titanium carabiner keychain from L.A.-based Más Design, roughly three times cooler than yours.
Whether you’re a gambling man, a Division 1 alum, or just a diehard hoop fan, March Madness is consuming you right now. When the boys come over to watch a game, show off your new wall art from Prinstant Replays. Their March Madness edition prints feature playbook-style graphics of legendary plays from the tournament’s biggest & best games of the 80s, 90s, & today.
During surfing’s rapid evolution in the late 60s & into the 70s, Australian photographer John Witzig was right in there. On the beach and in the water. Documenting the rise of Australia’s first generation of innovative surfers and shapers as well as capturing the culture as it emerged, Witzig’s images are now certified classics. This new book collects hundreds of his best pics from the period.
Until now, the story of a group of pre-internet technophile freaks who hacked into AT&T’s landline monopoly & took full advantage of the system’s million dollar flaw has remained untold. For those interested in archaic technology and the roots of “hacking”, this one’s for you
Bruce Lee was the most important martial artist to ever live. He was an actor, philosopher, film director, producer, screenwriter and through his movies, Chinese martial arts exploded in the West. Most agree that Enter The Dragon is Bruce Lee at his cinematic best; watch the little fella kick much ass in this 40th Anniversary Blu-ray version of his 1973 kung-fu classic.
The artist behind these unique knives is 3rd-generation knifemaker Logan Pearce. Carrying on his grandafther’s legacy he uses a coal-fired forge & hand-hammering to turn ordinary metal objects like railroad spikes, wrenches, bolts, and tire irons into gleaming, razor-sharp knives.