Ever Seen “Batteries Not Included?” …Well These Are Way Cooler.

Its like they're staring into my soul with those blue lights.

Every time I walk through one of our local malls, there’s always a kiosk or a store that is demoing those Quadricopters that you link and control with your iPhone or iPad, and every time I think how cool it would be to have one but it would never do the things I want it to do. But these things…oh man, the childish things I would do with these things would embarrass even myself.

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Happy Saturday, Go Niners! Here’s a Video Montage of Gatling Guns!


Happy Saturday from Wrecked! Go Niners! Have fun watching a video montage of Gatling Guns with some Metallica in the background.

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Stabbing at a House Party…Oddly Entertaining.


Watch the video after the break, it’s a little dark and grainy, don’t worry, not too graphic. You can JUST BARELY make the out the stabbing, but what happens just before, and pretty much everything after is pretty hilarious.

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There’s a Fine Line Between Genius and Insanity – Theo Jansen Walks That Line Like a Pro.

How many of you remember K’NEX or Erector sets? That shit was so awesome, but so frustrating at the same time cause probably every Erector set I ever got was missing at least one bolt or one beam and I could never finish it. If only I could have been more like this guy.

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Bioshock Movie Teaser Trailer? I hope so!

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Immortals: An Old Tale Retold With Bullet-Time

Yeah, when I walk around, golden strands of gold shit trail behind me too. But, at least I have the decency to tuck mine in.

If there’s one thing I can’t stand about movies today, it’s not having enough slow motion effects. Let me ask you a series of serious questions: Do you like decapitation? Do you like heads exploding? Do you like people getting cut in half? Do you like Stephen Dorff (of “Space Truckers” fame)? Then motherfucker, you’ll like this movie. If you are familiar with the epic tales and myths of old, you will no doubt spot some inconsistencies with the story, but this is fiction based on mythology,  so we’ll give them a pass.

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You Need to Watch the Trailer for Hesher

Definitely my nominee for best theatrical trailer of 2011.

I just stumbled across this gem of a trailer for a film called “Hesher” that I had never heard of before, until now. Apparently, it was screened at Sundance last year and is going to hit theaters this Friday, May 13.

Not only does this movie look bad ass because it involves fire, gasoline, explosions, smoking, wild driving, and general destruction (all while “Battery” by Metallica is blasting in the background), but also because it has a damn good cast backing it with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Natalie Portman, and Rainn Wilson. I’m also a sucker for drama with an edge.

Anyone else pumped to see this?


Sunday Morning Hangover

Enjoy! Remember to drink lots of water or Gatorade.


The Good, The Bad and The Room

The Room Movie Poster

The history of film is littered with bad movies (anyone seen “Gigli”? I didn’t think so). But sometimes, a film is so colossally bad that it becomes a thing of legend. “The Room” is one of those films.

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Wrecked Crashes The Stories x The Step Showcase

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the Stories x The Step showcase presented by &Them in the incredible Hotel Des Arts in the Montgomery area of San Francisco. The Hotel Des Arts isn’t a hotel that tries to show off how many different species of rare fish they can fit into a diamond plated tank in the front lobby, but instead prides itself with the paintings, photos, and artistic displays that fill nearly every inch of its walls; even the hotel rooms are covered in murals.

The event was put together by a newly formed art curating group who dub themselves The &Them Collective, composed of Bay Area natives Neal Hilo, Kevin Correa, Chevonne Rampas, and Francis Ramos. &Them takes groups of local artists and finds new and unique ways to promote their work, such as hosting events like this one, which featured artists Turtle Wayne, Stitchmind, Gun-Woo Pak, JToddO, After the Clock, and many more. Some artists even signed up to do live sketches over the course of the night.

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