SR Geek Picks: Christopher Walken Reads ‘Honey Boo Boo’, Best Horror Movies 2000 to 2012, & More!

Published 2 years ago by , Updated June 4th, 2014 at 10:09 am,

Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web for you. Today you’ll find Christian Bale’s new look; Honey Boo Boo read by Christopher Walken; the best horror films of the last 12 years; and a touching zombie song. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

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South Park Bane

I hope you watched last night’s South Park. When you do, you have my permission to laugh.

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Best Horror Movies 2000 to 2012

Dozens of horror movies are released every year, but some of the strongest horror films were released in the 2000s. Watch Grae Dreak of Rotten Tomatoes countdown The Best Horror Movies from 2000 to 2012. What do you think were the best horror movies from 2000 to now?

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The Zombie Song

He’s just a lonely Zombie…

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Bride Art Print

Bride Art Print by Brian Ewing Pumpkin Colorway SR Geek Picks: Christopher Walken Reads Honey Boo Boo, Best Horror Movies 2000 to 2012, & More!

By Brian Ewing (Pumpkin Colorway)

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Batstache

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Silly Wal-Mart

Bronies 570x760 SR Geek Picks: Christopher Walken Reads Honey Boo Boo, Best Horror Movies 2000 to 2012, & More!

“This is the biggest fail in history,” wrote one brony, who does not possess historical perspective.

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Mega Stomp Panic

Audio Reality Costume from .

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The Sidecar: Sidekicks Only

Meet Brick, Bluejay, and Fracture. They may be sidekicks, but they still have special powers. Welcome to the Sidecar, a bar for sidekicks, and only sidekicks. New Episodes Every Thursday.

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Christopher Walken Reads ‘Honey Boo Boo’

 

Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell read lines from ‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’.

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Partysaurus Rex (Pixar Animated Short)


Partysaurus Rex on Disney Video

Toy Story’s Rex, the green dinosaur, gets a chance to shed his party-pooper past in Disney•Pixar’s new animated short.

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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: , EquestriaDailydisneyscreenjunkiesBrian Ewing, 9Gag, and SouthParkStudios.

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  1. Whaaaaat? Drag Me to Hell the best horror movie of the decade+2?! No way in… well… hell!

    • why not?

      • First of all: it wasn’t scary at all! The jokes where lame, the main character completely unlikable and the cheap CGI didn’t even get close to being gross. Drag me to Hell was Sam Raimi’s attempt to reconnect with the style of the Evil Dead movies, but failed miserably to capture that mix between scary and funny. It was a dud on both sides of that spectrum. I think I rated it with a 3/10, because some of the camera work and sound design wasn’t too bad. The whole thing really annoyed me, even though I was looking forward to it.

    • Yea it wasn’t much of good movie anyways. I prefer dawn of the dead as my top movie of the decade. That or Shaun of the dead. Movie was f****** harious. Still need to watch 28 days later. Would you guys recommend it?

      • Yeah, 28 Later is pretty good. It falls apart a bit in the last act, like all of Alex Garland’s scripts seem to do, but that doesn’t hurt it much. I’d recommend it. It’s not really a zombie movie in the established sense of the term, though. The infected are very much alive but completely out of their mind. Kinda like The Crazies.

        • *Days

    • Yea it wasn’t much of good movie anyways. I prefer dawn of the dead as my top movie of the decade. That or Shaun of the dead. Movie was f****** harious. Still need to watch 28 days later. Would you guys recommend it?.

  2. That Partysaurus Rex short was hilarious . So much fun lol

    • that was cool

  3. Green Lantern never made the best horror movies list WTF in all seriousness though the only film worthy on that list was Let the right one in , as for me the film that had me on the edge of my seat was FROZEN I ll never going skiing again !

    • Frozen was messed up!

  4. In reference to the horror movies list: What about Slither? A great blend of horror and comedy it just gets a pass? What about Rare Exports? That counts as a horror film, right?

    Other than that, it was a pretty nice list. Personally, I would’ve dropped The Ring and Dawn of the Dead down a bit further on the list (9 for Dawn and 10 for Ring).

    • Stake Land would have deserved a place in that list as well, that movie was awesome.

      Speaking of lands: Zombieland easily beats Drag Me to Hell in the comedy-horror department. And what about the The Hills Have Eyes remake? And Jeepers Creepers? Or Black Water? As usual with these lists some grade A material is getting snubbed by mediocre stuff. Ouf course I appreciate that it all lies in the eyes of the beholder, but still…

      • ^This. See no critizing here :D Totally agree with what you said.

  5. Who else knew this list was gonna be B.S. as soon as the voice over started? These movies aren’t bad. Some are even great, but this is the kind of list you make if you don’t think too hard, and don’t ask anyone who knows about horror movies. It’s about as mainstream as it could get and still hold a little credibility. I think High Tension was only in there to convince people that they may know a little of what they are talking about.

  6. Rec, Session 9, Dawn of the Dead. I would highly recommend Lake Mungo. It’s “found footage” meets “Dateline NBC” as a creepy ghost story.

  7. yeah list had some good picks…but lets be real Shaun of the dead is not horror…its comedy and paranormal activity doesnt belong on a top ten list. I love zombie movies and I figuratively s*** my pants when I first saw 28 Days later. The Descent is an amazing movie…Let the right one in is an amazing horror movie (it belongs on one of the greatest of all time list)

    Heres my top ten in no particular order.

    The Strangers
    The Grudge- The Original(2002)
    Silent hill
    jeepers creepers
    28 days later
    The Descent
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
    Let The right one in
    The Human centipede
    The Hills Have eyes (2006 unrated)

    Honorable mentions for me were
    The Ring & The Mothman Prophecies (I dident sleep for a week after that one)

  8. Severance, A Tale Of Two Sisters and The Devil’s Backebone should be on that list.

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