Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch Shia LaBeouf watch his movies for three days, five must-watch anime for Autumn 2015, Nerf's new guns banned in Australia.
- In his latest foray into frankly baffling performance art, Shia LaBeouf is sitting down and watching all of his movies in reverse chronological order, back-to-back, without any breaks. The project he calls #AllMyMovies is going to take him three days, and he’s streaming it live.
- There are currently 54 new anime on the air, so it can be more than a little difficult to know which ones to watch. Kotaku has the answers.
- Nerf's new Rival blasters are capable of shooting 12 rounds at speeds of up to 30 metres per second. Despite being a harmless toy designed for children, Australia won't be getting them due to our stringent safety laws. Gizmodo has the story.
- Fallout 4 has officially landed. Check out the deals at Target and Big W over on Kotaku Australia, as well as bunch of other great console bundle deals. For more online bargains, check out our Hump Day Deals page.