The Fifth Element Goes On An 8-Bit Adventure

Cinefix is about to take you on a trip. They took The Fifth Element and retold it via old-school 8-bit–and a little bit of 16-bit. Fans of the movie will love seeing the most famous parts from the movie and the sound effects alone will bring you way back. No quarters or controllers necessary!   Via

6 Best Movie Songs And The Films That Immortalized Them

Music is a magical, though often unsung part of what makes a good movie, a great one. If you don’t believe that, go back and watch the ending of The Karate Kid without sound. It sucks. (And before you stone me, the ‘80s original is one of my favorite flicks.) But certain great movie songs […]

Rule The Seven Kingdoms Of Your Home In This Iron Throne Bean Bag

You just know there has to be something special about a silly old iron chair if at least a dozen people are plotting to have the right to sit on it. Game of Thrones wouldn’t be Game of Thrones without it, so why don’t you bring home a piece of Westeros with you? Nerd by Night has […]

Four New Star Wars Children’s Books Announced!

Star Wars is one of the most successful franchises in all of pop culture and geekdom, so it’s not surprising to hear that the series has spawned 125 New York Times bestsellers and having more than 125 million copies currently in print and in over 30 languages! We just got word that four new titles to the Star […]

Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Art Show Sneak Peek!

2014 marks the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters and you know what that means. Fans from all over the world will be celebrating this milestone and one particular art show will feature work from more than 70 artists. From paintings to clothing to sculptures and much more, these fans have put a lot of heart into their […]

Taxidermied Three-Eyed Crow Is Proof That Two Eyes Are All They Need!

You’ve got your regular Game of Thrones merchandise, and then you have wonders like this: the taxidermied Three-Eyed Crow. It was created by the amazing Allis Markham, who’s a taxidermist for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. She’s also the owner of Preytaxidermy where you can learn, well, taxidermy! Not everyone has the heart (or stomach!) for it, […]

4 Indiegogo Campaigns Geeks Will Want to Back

Everyone knows about Kickstarter, and how many of its projects have been successfully funded. That’s why we decided to make it easier for you guys to get hold of available Kickstarter products via the ForeverGeek Kickstarter Store; but have you also taken a look at Indiegogo? Not as popular as Kickstarter, Indiegogo also offers quite […]

Progress: Steampunk Webseries Brings The Internet To The Victorian Era

Progress takes us on a journey to see what it would be like to have steam-powered Internet in the Victorian Era. It’s atmospheric, well-done, and is peppered with modern references that’ll make you smile. It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of steampunk or not, Progress is a cool webseries that’s definitely worth a look. Check out the […]

Getting Overwhelmed? Try The Game of Thrones Helper

Jon Snow may know nothing, according to Ygritte (and sometimes, I tend to agree), but here’s something that can help Game of Thrones fans who are having trouble keeping track of all the characters and affiliations in the epic story. The new web site is http://you-know-nothing.com, but actually gives you the tools to know, well, […]

Action Bill vs ShatnerBot – LEGO Stop Motion Fun!

Stop motion films are always a wonder to watch. The sheer effort and creativity needed to even complete a short film is just amazing. The kick-ass team at AMAA Productions created Action Bill, a LEGO stop motion movie about William Shatner traveling back in time to destroy–who else?–William Shakespeare. A surprise guest joins the fray too. […]