You probably think you're awesome. You are the most talented, you have the purest of hearts—everyone else sucks compared to you. You're the betterest, period. Except you're not. Esther Inglis-Arkell explains why you think this and why it will not change.
Now that summer is here, some of you will get fussy about shoes, instead opting for sandals. And unless you hate yourself (or think Crocs are great), don't opt for these ones, which pack a storage compartment in each sole.
While vampire rockers make their way to Toronto, two movies from the future warn us that if the world population gets depleted by a plague, it's best to turn that virus on yourself before you end up dating your brother.
Alice Cooper is about to make vampires more metal. The rocker joins Iggy Pop, Moby, and Malcolm McDowell in the upcoming horror comedy Suck. A cross-genre cast of musicians and a monster hunting, nyctophobic Malcolm McDowell star in this tale of a wannabe rock band who, after an encounter with a vampire, find that…
Disney's Wall-E wasn't above making an appearance at the Superbowl, although he didn't show off any new footage from his upcoming feature film like Iron Man did. Instead this commercial offered a meta-Pixar reference as Buzz Lightyear and Woody from Toy Story chow down on some popcorn and talk about Disney's cuddly…
Stretch Armstrong was one of the coolest toys back in 1976. This grinning little circus strongman could be stretched and pulled into a thousand different positions thanks to the gooey syrup he was filled with. Stretch proved so popular that toymaker Kenner decided to create a nemesis for him, and the red-skinned…
Sick of your fellow workers constantly screwing up your morning tea or coffee? Suck UK has come up with the solution (and it's not a kick up the arse). A pantone-style mug, which shows all the shades of tea, from Milky to Builders'. There's a coffee version too. More images after the jump.
Thinking of buying that super-expensive graphics tablet? Maybe you don't need to, because Suck is offering this digital pencil that mimics the human finger, allowing it to be used on touchpads.
This alarm clock is made up of four 1"x1.5" cubes that can be moved around independently—if you're running late you can just rearrange the cubes to suit.