Welcome to Screen Rant's "Geek Picks," where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you'll find Jimmy Fallon and Emma Stone taking turns trying to stump each other about what item is hidden inside their mystery boxes; Star Wars + The Greatest American Hero; what horror movies would look like if they took place on Facebook and The Matrix Trilogy in 2.5 Minutes. All that and more on this edition of SR's Geek Picks!
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It's Marceline and Princess Bubblegum!
Fiddlers Last Tap
The Zombie Apocalypse hit everyone hard... even the cast of Fiddler On The Roof. Featuring Anabelle Fox and Douglas Waterbury Tieman from the cast of Studio Tenn's production of Fiddler on the Roof.
Box of Lies with Emma Stone
Jimmy Fallon and Emma Stone take turns trying to stump each other about what item is hidden inside their mystery boxes.
The Minister of Chance is an epic fantasy film based on the amazingly successful podcast series of the same name (you can download it free from www.ministerofchance.com). It boasts an A-list cast, award-winning writing and a legion of worldwide fans.
It's unfortunate that so many horror movies have become so full of clichés and recycled storylines. It's fantastic when you find an original horror movie, but most are just the same thing over and over. What if these horror movies we've all become so familiar with took place solely on Facebook? It would probably turn out something like this
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown With RiffTrax
The 1966 Peanuts Halloween classic probably gives you the warm fuzzies every year, but it's not exactly LOL.
The Matrix Trilogy in 2.5 Minutes
Everybody knows that reality is an illusion and we exist within a computer simulation. What everybody doesn't know? The plot of The Matrix trilogy.
Top 5 Horror Comics to Read Before You Die! (The Dan Cave w/ Dan Casey)
From Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan's THE STRAIN to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, get in the spooky-ass spirit of the season with Dan's Top 5 Horror Comics on this episode of The Dan Cave.
Star Wars TV Intro - The Greatest American Jedi
Good Movie Review: Gone Girl
Our first ever GOOD Movie Review! NO SPOILERS!!!
Gone Girl Starring: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, MINKUS from Boy Meets World, Older Looking Amy Adams, Tyler Perry (not as Madea) and a bunch of other actors and stuff.
Superheroes: Eyewitness Reports
See the touching stories from real children who have been saved by these mysterious crusaders...
Skyrim Theme (Dragonborn) on Wine Glasses
The Skyrim development team employed Jeremy Soule to compose music for Skyrim "Dragonborn" after his work on Morrowind and Oblivion. "Dragonborn" (Skyrim theme song) was recorded with a choir of over thirty people, singing in the game world's Dragon language. Creative director Todd Howard envisioned the theme for Skyrim as the Elder Scrolls theme sung by a choir of barbarians. This became a reality when the idea was passed by Soule, who recorded the 30-man choir and layered three separate recordings to create the effect of 90 voices. The language, Draconic, was created by Bethesda's concept artist Adam Adamowicz, and he developed a 34-character runic alphabet for the game. The lexicon of Draconic was expanded as needed; as lead designer Bruce Nesmith explained, words were introduced to the lexicon every time the studio wanted to say something.
Pros and Cons: Watching The Walking Dead
In honor of The Walking Dead's season premiere, Jimmy weighs the good and bad of watching the hit zombie series.
That's all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.
Today's picks have been brought to you by: CommitSociology, SaveTheChildren, Nerdist, Robert Jones, JustAnotherProductionProductions, The Nether Region, Dan Freeman, Mandatory, Mashable, TL;DW, Dan Newbie and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
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