SR Geek Picks: ‘Breaking Bad’ + ‘Hellboy,’ First Person ‘Grand Theft Auto 5,’ Seth Meyers’ ‘SNL’ Farewell & More

Published 1 year ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 8:59 pm,


Stefon and Amy Poehler Bid Farewell to Seth Meyers on SNL‘s Weekend Update


Breaking Hellboy

Breaking Hellboy 570x736 SR Geek Picks: Breaking Bad + Hellboy, First Person Grand Theft Auto 5, Seth Meyers SNL Farewell & More

Mashup art that combines Walter White from Breaking Bad with Hellboy. The illustration was done by Brain Taylor, who says:

“Just a little thing I did recently for fun.”


First Person GTA V


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: GTA5Videos, CineFixGeekyTyrant, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, VulturePrankRiotMcGoiterNewcastleLARRY GALLAGHERWatchMojo.comTeam Coco and NBC.

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  1. Philip Seymour Hoffman died today :( RIP

    • I was going to tell you guys the same thing. There are reports that Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead at apartment.

    • What!!!!

      Very sad news. What a shock. R.I.P PSH.

      • Yeah, I said it on the Superbowl ads article around 40 minutes ago the moment I heard the news on Facebook (well, read it on both Ricky Gervais and George Takei’s Facebook pages).

    • It is really sad I really liked him as an actor

  2. RIP PSH :(

  3. The pic on the front page of Hellboy Breakin’ Bad looks like Commish Gordon.

    Bryan Cranston for Commissioner Gordon campaign starts now!