Welcome to Screen Rant's "Geek Picks," where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you'll find the history of reboots; some Oscar movie parody posters; Mario + Seinfeld; geeky wedding rings; a Batman Birthday Party and the top 10 most annoying TV kids. All that and more on this edition of SR's Geek Picks!
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!
Ript Apparel currently has some awesome Oscar Movie Parody Posters available for sale.
They are $15 (18x24) and $30 (24x36) and available until March 9th after the Oscars.
Mario Seinfeld - A Parody About Nothing
What's the deal with goombas?
These are the rings you are looking for. BuzzFeed has the other 10.
Director David Guivant an admirer of classic Animes and Mangas, is now working on a new project called : Captain Future, inspired by the SCI-FI Classic created by Edmond Hamilton and the Japanese Anime from the 70's.
The main character is Curtis Newton, a brilliant scientist and adventurer who roams the solar system solving problems, righting wrongs, and vanquishing futuristic supervillains.
The hero himself had many incarnations and different features, depending on various artist's impressions, this project takes places 5 years after the events described in the Novels and the Anime.
The project is all produced using 2D compositing techniques, following director Kazuaki Kirya's footsteps (Casshern, Goemon) where cartoon and live action collide. (No 3D has been involved).
Fried! - Episode 1: Batman Vs Superman
In this episode we see what happens when the new Batman Vs Superman movie gets Fried!
Vote President Snow! Save the Hunger Games!
Don't pay attention to the radical media's lies and misinformation! President Snow doesn't murder children! He gives them a chance to rise up in the world!
$79.99 USD at ThinkGeek.
BATMAN Birthday Party!
In honor of Bruce Wayne's birthday, Nerdist brings you a Batman Batman Birthday Party!
Top 10 Annoying TV Kids
Kids on TV shows can either be the best or the worst. Most of the time, it's the latter. Join WatchMojo.com as they count down their picks for the top 10 annoying TV kids.
The History of Reboots: From HD Remakes to RoboCop!
Three "new" movies being released this week are actually remakes (RoboCop, Endless Love, and About Last Night). Join Scott as he looks back to find out how long we've been remaking pop culture, and when if ever the trend will stop. Welcome to Internet Rabbit Hole, where Scott Bromley takes you by the hand and guides you through the chain of YouTube videos, Wikipedia articles, and (SafeSearch-off) Google searches we all fall into sometimes.
That's all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.
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