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 a Star Wars parody of Loose Change; Spring Breakers with Disney Princesses; David Brent’s new music video; and a 1st person show from 24 writer Matt Michnovetz. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Being Dorky on Jeopardy in 1997
JGL is REALLY excited about “Catcher in the Rye.”
What happens in the Magic Kingdom, stays in the Magic Kingdom.
Starring Abby Elliott, Kelen Coleman, Galadriel Stineman and Amber Stevens.
Luke’s Change: An Inside Job
An examination of some questionable events and circumstances leading up to the destruction of the Death Star, through the eyes of an amateur investigative journalist within the Star Wars galaxy. The focus is mainly on the connections between the people who created and operated the Death Star and those responsible for destroying it.
David Brent returns with his political reggae song Equality Street.
Good to see that Mr. Incredible is just as worthy to be an unlicensed knock-off as classic Marvel & DC superheroes!
BLACK DYNAMITE – DIRECTOR EXPOSED! – SCOTT SANDERS ON HOLLYWOOD TRENCHES PART 1
In this 4-part interview, writer/director Scott Sanders (Black Dynamite, Thick as Thieves, and Aztec Warrior) joins indi/cult-director Jack Perez (Some Guy Who Kills People, Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, La Cucaracha, The Big Empty) for a super candid and sometimes shocking in-depth discussion on the enormous challenges and obstacles faced by filmmakers in Hollywood.
A brand new, pulse-pounding show from 24 writer Matt Michnovetz, director Justin Lutsky, and producer Tom Bannister, Armed Response is like stepping into a first-person shooter video game. Shot entirely from the POV of helmet and security cameras on location at the Port of Long Beach, this new style of film-making drops you right into the heart of the action.
Or watch them all come together in a 20-minute short film version:
Humanity finds itself in ruins five years after first contact with extraterrestrials. A group of civilian and military survivors are at moral odds as they plan their next steps through a now treacherous planet.
Omega – Premiering on MachinimaPrime April 5th
This Week in Unnecessary Censorship (3/21/13)
That’s all for today folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie related geekery.