Daft Punk Has One Last Surprise for Us: A Trippy New Sci-Fi Music Video!

Two years ago, the famous duo known as Daft Punk parted ways, but you know what they say, it ain’t over till it’s over. This month marks the 10th anniversary of Random Access Memories, the last album the group released, and to celebrate, there’s one last surprise for fans: a new special edition of the […]

Barbie Meets Dune is the Crossover We Didn’t Know we Needed + Other Awesome Crossovers

Sure, there’s been plenty of official Barbie crossover figures in the history of the brand, but I don’t think we’ve ever seen one as awesome as this one! Meet the 1984 Barbie Dream Sandworm! Squeeze to open jaws with delicious cinnamon scent! The spice must flow! Also, here’s the 1988 Barbie “Dino-Riders” Dream Triceratops. Voir […]

Today’s Hottest Deals: SAMSUNG Galaxy S22 Ultra Cell Phone, Slim High-Speed 10000mAh Power Bank, $16 Pop Culture Tees, Precision Screwdriver Set, and More!

For today’s edition of “Deal of the Day,” here are some of the best deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning! Please note that Geeks are Sexy might get a small commission from qualifying purchases done through our posts (as an Amazon associate or a member of other affiliate programs.) –JBL Tune […]

Step inside the Pitch Meeting that led to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3! [Comedy Sketch]

Warning: Spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3! It’s been nearly a decade since James Gunn brought the Guardians of the Galaxy into the MCU, and arguably changed the direction of the entire cinematic universe. The success of that first movie opened the door for Marvel to explore lesser-known comic book characters and also […]

What Ever Happened to Surge? The ’90s Most Extreme Soda [Video]

Weird History is taking you back to the ’90s for a big ol’ can of Surge. Have you ever been browsing the insufficiently extreme soda aisle at your local grocery store and found yourself wondering, “What ever happened to Surge, one of the most extreme caffeinated soft drinks of the 1990s?” Well, you’re not alone. […]