Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the Top Five Scariest Villains In Comics; a guide to Star Trek uniforms; Nick Offerman Thinks Manscaping Is An Abomination and Why THE FLASH Is Faster Than You Think! All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
To kick things off today, Flavorwire has 10 Great Movies That Appear In 10 Other Great Movies.
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Top Five Scariest Villains In Comics
This week, we’re kicking off October’s spoooooky celebrations with a list of five comic book villains who are actually, genuinely terrifying. Check it out, but beware — it gets scary!
When the original Star Trek television series started, male and female officers wore similar outfits. The male Star Trek uniforms consisted of black pants, black boots and a velour shirt with the symbol on the left side. Females wore the same type of shirt, with black boots and tights, and a black skirt, although in some cases they wore black pants. The color of shirt worn identified the branch the crew member belonged to. Those in green shirts worked for command personnel, while beige stood for operations, and blue was for medical personnel only. The velour shirts were changed to nylon shirts starting in the third season. You can find many of the Star Trek Costumes here.
Why THE FLASH Is Faster Than You Think! (Because Science w/ Kyle Hill)
No doubt THE FLASH is fast. But is he fast enough to be the only person REALLY living in the present? How does he see time compared to humans and animals? Check it out on the premiere episode of Because Science with Nerdist Science Editor Kyle Hill.
The Terror Twins Present Doug Jones!
Shelley Plaintree (St. Peter Meets: Disney Villains)
Bambi’s Shelley Plaintree explains to St. Peter the circle of life.
Catchphrase with Jennifer Garner and John Mulaney
In Da Street
“One day of a French cop abroad with his Hispanic partner.”
“CARL POPPA” — Lyric Video
Nick Offerman: Manscaping Is An Abomination
Nick advocates going “full bush”, maintaining “a swampy atmosphere that’s just shy of growing fungus.”
Everything Wrong With Godzilla (2014)
Godzilla (2014) was a much better film than the last Godzilla we got, (1998), but it’s still full of sins, beginning with its misleading title.
“Let Her Go”: The Movie Cliché Supercut
For more information on this video including a complete list of movies used, go here.
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.
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