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If you’re anything like us, and we know you are, you’ve wanted to live in an evil villain lair ever since you saw your first Bond film. There’s just something about the great houses that bad guys call home that makes everyone with a pulse want to live in one. That’s the phenomenon that the new coffee table book Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains deals with in depth. From Bond villains to Nathan Bateman’s Alaska Compound from Ex Machina, Lair tackles the hideouts and dwellings of famous villains from the likes of Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Star Wars, The Incredibles, Blade Runner 2049, You Only Live Twice, The Ghost Writer, Body Double, and North by Northwest, among others. It was edited by acclaimed architect Chad Oppenheim with Andrea Gollin, Lair includes interviews with production designers and other industry professionals such as Ralph Eggleston, Richard Donner, Roger Christian, David Scheunemann, Gregg Henry, and Mark Digby.

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At the end of a long day we like to decompress with some peace and quiet and two fingers of the good stuff. Keep it simple and cut right to the chase with these glasses.