Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find The Walking Dead as a sitcom; what Game of Thrones would look like as an animated series; a fantastic London Comic Con Cosplay video; part 6 of CineFix’s Hollywood Scumbags series with director Joe Carnahan; and a Beasts Of The Southern Wild parody by Andy Samberg and Jack Black.
All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
The Walking Dead With a Laugh Track
The Walking Dead as a sitcom.
Hollywood Scumbags – Joe Carnahan Hollywood Trenches Part 6
Joe Carnahan talks candidly about staying in the game against all odds. According to Carnahan, being 100% dedicated to always bringing your A-game will get you what you want in the industry.
Gollum Sings ‘Mad World’
Riddles In the Darko.
Winter is coming, but the newest cartoon from ToonHole is already here!
Diary of a TV Addict
That moment when you kiss your social life goodbye after getting sucked into a TV series.
BEAST IT – 2013 Independent Spirit Awards
Short from The 2013 Independent Spirit Awards originally aired on IFC.
Cosplay: London Super Comic Con – Cosplay Music Video
It’s the first Con of 2013 over in the UK and we couldn’t resist the chance to bring the FlyCam out and get some of the amazing cosplayers on film. (Filmed over two days at London Super Comic Con.)
Neil Patrick Harris Closing Rap Tony Awards 2011
It’s never too late to watch NPH being NPH.
Everything Wrong With Skyfall in 4 Minutes
By popular request, CinemaSins charts the sins of the so-called “best James Bond movie ever.” There were a few of them.
Spoilers for Skyfall if you haven’t seen it.
Pixar Fans Visit Studio in Real Life Pizza Planet Truck
A group of orange county Pixar fans created a replica of the Pizza Planet truck from “Toy Story.” Pixar promotions found out and invited them to drive it to the Emeryville studio. More info about the project at theroadtopixar.wordpress.com.
This is the tale of John Henry. The one from the railroad story. Legend goes that John Henry was a freed slave. John took his only son out looking for work. He was out to make a new life for himself. He heard somethin’ about railroad work needing to be done. So that’s where he went. But trouble was just around the bend.
Harlem Shake: Trekkie Edition (Star Trek Original Series)
Even Trekkies Shake.
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.