Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the School Of Rock cast celebrating the film’s 10th anniversary; Miley Cyrus And Robin Thicke’s VMA Performance In Lego; choose your favorite version of Sherlock Holmes; and the top 10 movie anti-heroes. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

To kick things off today, BuzzFeed has 28 Things You Might Not Know About Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, And The World’s End and Jay Z Channels His Inner Bruce Wayne In New Music Video.

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!

School of Rock Cast 10th Anniversary Reunion

The stars of the 2003 comedy hit School of Rock got together in Austin, Texas to host a reunion event.

Miley Cyrus And Robin Thicke’s VMA Performance In Lego

Top 8 Incredibly Quick & Amazingly Easy Awesome and Simple Life Hacks You Need to Know! PARODY!

Tired of stupid so called ‘life-hacks”? These “hacks” will amaze and astound you! Enjoy!
1. Flippin’ Holster
2. Mousetrap Chip Clip
3. Butter Cutter
4. Fast Food Visor
5. Plunger Holder
6. BBQ Iron
7. Vibrabrush
8. Wiper Glove

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Which Version Of Sherlock Holmes Is Your Favorite?

Use these handy diagrams to decide! Tumblr artist Baker took three popular versions of the British detective — Granada circa 1984, Robert Downey Jr. circa 2009, and BBC circa 2011 — and illustrated the differences.

Head over to BuzzFeed for the full gallery.

Top 10 Iconic Movie Anti-Heroes

Callous, vicious, unorthodox and at times downright unpleasant they might be, but having them once in a while will make our movie watching experience certainly exciting. Sometimes, it is also more fun to root for the anti-heroes. An anti-hero is a lead character who doesn’t have the typical heroic or optimistic qualities you would likely expect. We’re actually going to see one of them for the fourth time – the fictional character that Vin Diesel became known for, Riddick.

Riddick is revealed to be a very competent killer – he is remarkably mobile and sneaky, specifically for somebody with that kind of physique, has a large expertise of ways to get rid of nearly any type of humanoid in a range of means, is a harsh survivalist, and is notoriously hard to have. He is likewise, self-admittedly, a dangerous convict and murderer – yet despite this, he is often shown to execute moral and even atypically brave actions, usually versus his very own much better judgment and survivalist nature.

So, to prepare you for Riddick, which will be released on Sept 6th – MovieHunger has listed the Top 10 Iconic Movie Anti-Heroes. They are quite a number and don’t underestimate what they are capable of doing. They share the same passion of hurting other people.

Check out the full gallery over at MovieHunger.com.

Video Game High School: Season 2 – Episode 6

The Dark Notebook Rises

The Dark Knight. Bane. What do they have in common?
They’re CRAZY about each other.

Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz: Retro-style posters set to stun

Artist, illustrator and avid Star Trek enthusiast Juan Ortiz has channeled his love for Gene Roddenberry’s brainchild in a unique, inspiring way, creating beautiful retro-inspired images for each of the 79 episodes from the 1960s series and the original pilot. A new book, Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz (Titan), out Tuesday, collects his work.

24 Shots That Completely Ruined The Tone Of Classic Movie Moments

WhatCulture has collected candid shots from the sets of famous movies that completely compromise the tone of classic scenes…

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CherryflavouredAcid‘s geeky wedding invitation.

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: CherryflavouredAcidWhatCultureHeroComplex, Kernel Kurtz, freddiew / BrandonJLaMovieHungerBuzzFeed, kipkay and 22 VISION.