Cash Play: This Week's Coolest Things to Buy, Download and Watch

How was your weekend? Ours was great, except for the part where we ended up drinking way too much at the casino, then dancing (or something similar to dancing) to an awesome cover band and then losing all of the cash in our pocket playing stupid video poker machines until 2am. Other than that, it was great.

We're kicking off your Monday by giving you a compilation of cool things: stuff to spend your hard-earned winnings on, stuff for you to download and things to watch on your television set.

Layout by Instagram (iOS): Those evil geniuses at Facebook (the owners of Instagram and, eventually, the world) have noticed that a lot of you faithful Instagrammers out there enjoy making collages out of all your dog and food photos. Or at least we do. So they decided to make their own app to allow users to collage-ify their photos and import them into Instagram, which is just about the same thing that PicFrame and other collage apps has been doing for awhile. Only, this one is owned by Facebook/Instagram, and we suppose it is easier to use, when it comes right down to it.

Bell & Ross BR-X1 Carbon Forge Watch: This watch is inspired by modern fighter jets, and it is totally awesome. It's made from forged carbon, and is powered by a skeleton chronograph movement. This watch looks totally rugged and manful, and wouldn't it look great on your wrist? It'll set you back $22,000.

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schnmidt (Netflix): This Netflix exclusive stars the totally delightful Ellie Kemper. It's about a girl rescued from an underground cult who, on her first day out of the ground, decides to move to New York City. Hilarity ensues, of course, because the series was created by Tina Fey. NBC actually passed on this one, which is Netflix's gain; it's hilarious and charming.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3 (iOS): This is the scariest game we've ever played, and it's for the iPhone. It's probably horrifying because it stars those creepy-as-hell animatronic animals from nightmare holes like Chuck-E-Cheese, only it seems that they come to life after dark. We don't know about you, but that's just awful. You'll want to play the first two so you can understand the story, if you're into that kind of thing. But look: don't blame us when you can't sleep tonight.

Upslope Imperial IPA: When you just want to get hammered, you turn to a beer like this. Upslope makes fantastic canned beers, and this one is massive. And we mean that in two ways: it's 10% ABV, and it comes in 19.2 ounce cans. Yes, you read that correctly: nineteen point two ounces of double imperial IPA goodness. These bad boys are called Royal Pint cans, and we wish more beers came in this size. And if you're the type who doesn't like your beer hoppy, you're in luck: this is a double IPA, which means it's hoppy. But it's smooth and doesn't taste like grass.

What do you think?