SR Geek Picks: Weird Al’s ‘Breaking Bad’, ‘Game of Thrones’ Books vs. Show Differences & More

Published 1 year ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:56 pm,

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Men vs Cosplay: 2014 Gaming Calendar

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Warwick Davis and Carrie Fisher Reenact Their Scene From Return of the Jedi at Celebration 2

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Star Wars vs Star Trek Street Fight

Who would win in a fight between Star Wars and Star Trek?

Two groups of fans settle the ultimate fanboy rivalry in a no-holds barred, tech-fuelled smack-down. It’s lightsabers vs. phasers, Wookie vs Klingon, Death Star vs The Enterprise… in a car park in East London.

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A girl that can control everything, perpetrates her own rescue by taking control of her boyfriend.

Check out the Controller PREQUEL here: vimeo.com/samankesh/controller-prequel

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  1. That Controller short was beautiful.

  2. Jesse was on price is right? ha

  3. Controller was nicely shot, scored and edited (the one-take office fight reminded me of the hallway scene in Oldboy). However… maybe I’m being a plank and should be viewing it in a more abstract way, but let me get this straight: she makes her boyfriend commit multiple murder in order to rescue her from a building with no armed guards that she could have just walked out of at any time. Or not allowed herself to be taken to in the first place. If that isn’t the case then clearly she can’t control everything, and Saman Kesh can’t have his cake and eat it. Also, the censored faces were for whose benefit again?

    • Yeah, the story is more of an allegory and shouldn’t be be taken at face value too much. It’s more of an emotional short film than it is a logical one.

      It reminded me a bit of Casshern.

      • It certainly works on an emotional level. I see what you mean about Casshern – there’s a dreamlike quality about that one that’s still grounded enough for the characters to come through.

  4. Superman toon was good!. although the other coffeebreaks shorts seemed funnier

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