10 Feb
Bryan Singer returns to save his glorious franchise from Brett "The Hack" Rattner — nerds everywhere, rejoice!

I will gladly admit the Mundt Nerd-o-Meter is going all about haywire right now at the release of the trailer to X-Men: First Class. After the much loathed celluloid abortion that was X-Men Last Stand — Brett Ratner’s shameless taint-fiddling shit bomb — the X-Franchise desperately needed to get its stomach pumped from the toxic […]


7 Jan
J. Crew's fine leather case to protect your most valuable booze

How can you judge the reputation of a UK leather goods label? When they’ve crafted world-class accessories —  luggage, equestrian and travel — for the likes of James Bond and a little known matriarch who’s referred to as Her Majesty the Queen. Famed British leather makers Swaine Adeney Brigg team up with American apparel powerhouse […]


5 Jan
Chess Piece bottle stops

Why cram a common cork in your 1990 Altesino Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli when a knight can take queen, and the wine will stay good for days? Plus, it makes you look wicked smart. A set of two chess-piece bottle-stoppers crafted from wood and cork. Checkmate aeration with some class for $20.


7 Dec
Which would you prefer to play poker with...?

Whether the people in your life would prefer the Lanvin playing cards (above) or the H.P. Lovecraft Call of the Cthulhu playing cards (below) probably says a lot about you…and your friends. Of course, I’d like to drink some scotch and play poker deep into the night with people that enjoyed both sets, but that’s […]


1 Sep
All of DC's best heroes in "DC Universe Online" video game

With the exception of Christopher Nolan’s rebooted Batman franchise, Marvel has consistently kicked the everliving shit out of DC’s comic universe in film format. The Bryan Singer X-Men (1 & 2, not that Brett Ratner abomination) and Ironman alone slay the best of what DC’s managed to come out with, and that doesn’t even count […]


24 Apr
Old School Computer Remix

No effects or sampling were used. What you see is what you hear: Atari 800XL for the lead piano/organ sound; Texas Instruments TI-99/4a as a lead guitar; 8-inch floppy disk as bass; 3.5 inch HD as the gong; HP ScanJet 3C was used for all vocals.