The key to a good prank is to get the right people to pull it off. In this case, if you’re going to try to fool hundreds of onlookers at a UK mall, you need a very particular type of participant. Star Trek teleporters have been a fun part of the science fiction world for… Continue reading World’s best Star Trek teleportation prank amazes UK mall crowd
There hasn’t been a movie since The Sixth Sense that had more potential for disaster than Star Trek: Into Darkness. No, Spock doesn’t see dead people, but that doesn’t take away for the desperate need to avoid that annoying co-worker who loves to talk about the movie he watched this weekend. Kudos to J.J. Abrams… Continue reading Avoid Star Trek spoilers at all costs
Greatness in television science fiction does not have a very strong track record. Star Trek didn’t last very long before getting cancelled. Even ST:TOS lasted much longer than Firefly. Despite all of the poor excuses for scifi TV series in recent years, Battlestar Galactica was the one shining piece of stellar entertainment. Unfortunately, SyFy backed… Continue reading SyFy needs to make a BSG Blood and Chrome series
It may not be the strangest geek find of all time, but it’s up there. Leonard Nimoy who played the ever-logical and always-lovable Spock on Star Trek, is found in the video below sings the Ballad of Bilbo Baggins. The “bravest hobbit of them all” gets the full 60s treatment, including girls in sweatshirts and… Continue reading Leonard Nimoy sings about Bilbo Baggins. Your argument is invalid.
Fans who are still holding to hope for Research in Motion‘s revival through BlackBerry 10 devices due to be introduced later this month will be happy to note that they are planning to take on Nero’s approach in the final scenes of Star Trek. “Fire everything!” Questions have been asked about the company’s future and… Continue reading RIM’s last stand
We published an interesting fan-made teaser trailer the other day for the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness movie. Shortly after posting it, the official teaser for the movie was released. Now, word is coming from Japan that the same teaser trailer had one additional scene added to it that was excluded from the North American… Continue reading Launch of Star Trek Into Darkness teaser trailer brings a spoiler from Japan
As we get amped up for the release of The Hobbit movie in a matter of days, soon we will need another film that will be worth the money once again to spend within theaters. That movie is Star Trek into the Darkness and it is coming May 17th 2013.
Abomination: A thing that causes disgust or hatred. A feeling of hatred. In the world of geekness, there are few things held at higher levels in fiction than Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter. To butcher a couple of the most important lines and the characters normally associated… Continue reading Two geek abominations
Parodies get old, particularly when they’re associated with a song that gets a new parody uploaded to YouTube every other day. Case in point: Call Me Maybe, the wildly popular song by Carly Rae Jepsen. There have been parodies made that desecrate Star Wars, the Muppets, and the US Olympic team to the point that… Continue reading I hate the fact that I don’t hate the Star Trek “Call Me Maybe” parody
There was a time not too long ago when being called a “geek” was considered derogatory. People avoided geekiness as much as possible and only the few who settled for who they were had the ability to embrace their geekness and make the most of it. Today, things are different. People want to be considered… Continue reading Which kind of geek are you?