SR Geek Picks: Amazing Spider-Man Parkour, ‘Spider-Man’ Trilogy Honest Trailer and More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find kids tasting coffee for the first time; Spider-Man using parkour to get around; Star Wars inspired geometric artwork; honest trailers for the original Spider-Man trilogy; Dad Piggies; and what it would be like to live with lag IRL. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!


The Amazing Spider-Man Parkour

How does Spider-Man get around when he runs out of webs? Parkour!

Check out the Behind the Scenes!


Honest Trailers – The Spider-Man Trilogy

Spidey is swinging back into theaters soon, so what better time to revisit Sam Raimi’s original wallcrawler trilogy? Relive the thrills, tears, and Gollum-ing of all three original Spider-Man movies.


The Amazing Spider-Man – 8 Bit Cinema

CineFix presents The Amazing Spider-Man in the form of an old-school video game!


Star Wars Inspired Geometric Artwork

Adam Lister VADER 570x566 SR Geek Picks: Amazing Spider Man Parkour, Spider Man Trilogy Honest Trailer and More

These collectible prints are archival quality and printed on heavy weight acid-free paper.

All prints are created from hi-res scanned images of Adam Lister‘s original paintings.

 Each image is a limited edition of 200.


The Evolution Of Film In 3 Minutes

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The Filmography of Aircraft

A giant poster illustrating 100 years of Aviation in Film. 66 intricately detailed hand-illustrations from 1903 to the modern day.

By Cathryn Lavery


Dad Piggies

No one makes haphazardly-put-together deathmobiles like dad.


32 Car Name Meanings

A weekly show where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at the origins of many popular brand and model car names.


Convos With My 2-Year-Old – “The Crack”

Season 3 Premiere!! “The Crack”
Actual conversations with my 3-year-old daughter, as re-enacted by me and another full-grown man.


Kids Taste Coffee For The First Time

Coffee’s definitely an acquired taste. We decided to give a group of kids their first taste, and their reactions are priceless.


Courtroom Chemistry (Approach The Bench Ep. 2 of 3)

The verdict is in: the sexual tension in the courtroom is becoming unbearable.


Living With Lag

You wouldn’t accept lag offline, so why do it online?, a fiber broadband provider that offers up to 1000 Mbit/s, performed an experiment. Four volunteers got to experience internet’s biggest disturbance in real life – lag.



That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

Today’s picks have been brought to you by: Above AverageumeaenergiDorklyScreen JunkiesThe Huffington PostCathryn LaveryCineFixConvos With My 2-Year-OldMental FlossRonnie Street Stunts and Adam Lister.

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  1. Honest Trailers, always hilarious.

    It’s a shame you didn’t add the EWW Spider-Man 3 video that was uploaded yesterday.

      • That’s pretty much the appropriate response to anything revolving around that movie.

        Holy ****. ‘Nuff said.

        They should use that on the poster.


        May 15th

        Holy ****”

        I’d buy it.

        • +1000

  2. That Oculus Rift lag thing was kinda cool. Mostly though because I could see it being utilized in the Flash show, but in an inverted kind of way. Everyone was experiencing lag with the device there and hence were lagging themselves, but Flash would be experiencing everything fast forward and everything around him would seem to be lagging to him. I hope they explore that angle sort of with the show, but I’m guessing, unfortunately, they’re not going to really explore that aspect and a gradual adjustment so as to cater to our ADD generation.