SR Geek Picks: 1920s Disney ‘Star Wars’, ‘Twilight’ For Math Nerds, Ryan Gosling Smear Ad & More!

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


Skyfall Fan Tribute

Check out this fan-made trailer/tribute to James Bond’s latest adventure, Skyfall.


If Disney Made Star Wars In The 1920s

Created for CBR’s The Line it is Drawn…what if Walt Disney made Star Wars during the 1920s?


Yoda Hoodie

Yoda Hoodie SR Geek Picks: 1920s Disney Star Wars, Twilight For Math Nerds, Ryan Gosling Smear Ad & More!

If cold you are, buy this Yoda hoodie you should. It’s fluffy and cozy since it’s fleece, and there’s only a small chance that make you talk like the Jedi Master it will. Available in boys’ sizes 8-20.


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

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  1. Awesome 18 cosplay. Would have like to have seen a 16 and 17 with her but 18 by herself is nice :D Yoda hoodie is cool and street light was funny

  2. That Best Vampire Movie list is atrocious. Vampire’s Kiss? Thirst? These two complete turds in the 2nd and 3rd place, while fantastic movies like The Addiction, The Wisdom of the Crocodiles or Stake Land didn’t even make the cut? Really?

    • Thank you!

    • Seconded.

  3. the professional superman’s wife looks sad, i mean she looks like she’s tired of all that, there’s sadness in her eyes

  4. Haha Fifty Impressions of Grey was hilarious.

  5. That street art thing was amusing, but what does it have to do with movies?