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 Ghostbusters short film; a realistic Popeye; a Portal 2/Half-Life mashup film; and a Nendoroid Iron Man that will make your eyes explode from cuteness overload. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

Bustin’ Makes Me Feel Good [A Ghostbusters Halloween Short]

Austin, annoyed by a ghost infestation, takes matters into his own hands.

Gangnam Busters

Halloween mashup, Gangnam style. PSY vs Ghostbusters: Gangnam Busters.

Audio and video mashup by FAROFF

Japanese Girl Explains Star Wars

Way better than my japanese explaining Inception!

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Cupcakes

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Cupcakes are brought to us by Tattoo Cakes. Inspired by the 1998 film about Hunter S. Thompson, the cupcakes will give you a good idea of what to expect from the film —  in case you hadn’t seen it already. Or, they’ll take you down memory lane, if you enjoy taking road trips on acid.

Top 10 Movie Inspired Sneakers

From cartoon to animated features to live action movies, the silver screen has served as inspiration for many of our favorite kicks. A list of the Top 10 kicks inspired by the movies.

When Gordon Met Chell

What if after Chell escaped Aperture Laboratories at the end of Portal 2 she ran into Gordon Freeman from Half-Life? This fan film by Michael Shanks teams the two silent heroes up for an epic battle against the forces of evil. Watch as they kill things with portals and gravity. For science!

Nendoroid Iron Man Is Freaking Adorable

Next February Good Smile Company will release the cute-as-poo Nendoroid Iron Man Mark 7: Hero’s Edition – equipped with both a closed and open helmet, booster effect parts, and a diorama pedestal base that features a teeny, tiny city skyline complete with Stark Tower.

Lady Punisher Cosplay

Geek Girl Dayna Baby Lou looks beautiful and badass as the female Punisher.

Model: Dayna Baby Lou

Photographer: Powder Puff Vixen Pin-up Photography

Realistic Popeye

Artist Lee Ramao’s take on the iconic sailor featuring a more chiseled physique and some clever tattoos like a chest piece that reads I Yam What I Yam, a sailor’s knot on his hand, spinach leaves, an homage to Olive Oil, and, my personal favorite, an Anchor with the date 1.17.29 which marks when Popeye made his world debut in the King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre.

That’s all for today folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie related geekery.

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