Signs: Office Geeks in Love

Thanks to my new-found pal Patrick Dion, French blogger extraordinaire, I stumbled on Signs, a simple short film about love and communication in the cold, harsh world that is the life of a single, friendless office geek. My guess is that the ladies among you will particularly appreciate this. It’s a great way to start […]

Star Trek 2009 Full Theatrical Trailer

Yep folks, the full theatrical trailer for the new Star Trek movie has just been released. Enjoy! From director J.J. Abrams (“Mission: Impossible III,” “Lost” and “Alias”) and screenwriters Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman (“Transformers,” “MI: III”) comes a new vision of the greatest space adventure of all time, “Star Trek,” featuring a young, new […]

World Builder: Star Trek’s Holodeck – Remixed

Created by filmmaker Bruce Branit, the award winning short “World Builder” paints the story of a strange man who builds a world using holographic tools for the woman he loves. The whole movie was shot in just a single day, but it took a whopping 2 years of post-production time to bring the production to […]

New Awesome Terminator Salvation Trailer Hits the Web

With less than 3 months remaining until its release, Warner Bros. released a new full-length trailer for their upcoming blockbuster, Terminator Salvation. Enjoy! [Via Gizmodo]

The Other Side of Jean-Luc Picard

I’ve seen a ton of these Star Trek: TNG remixes in the past few days, but this one stood out from the rest in that it a) made sense, and 2) made me laugh. You can see a lot more of these at Jandrew Edits. [via Mental Floss]

Feature: The Boiler Bar – Like Thirsty Moths to a Flame

By Brian Boyko Contributing Writer, [GAS] They call it “oilpunk” – a sort of “post-Steampunk” aesthetic, championing the designs of the early modern era (around 1920s/1930s) rather than the Victorian attributes of the “steampunker.” And what better homage to the era of the speakeasy than a bar? Yes, the fireballs generated by the twin propane-fueled […]

The Science Behind Dr. Manhattan (Watchmen)

In the following video, physics professor James Kakalios explains how quantum mechanics can explain Dr. Manhattan’s super powers in Watchmen, and how he became an expert on the topic of the physics of superheroes. [Via Gizmodo]

I Don’t Remember Princess Leia Being So “Mousy”

By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Disney and Lucasfilm have conveniently joined forces to completely creep me out. Granted, it’s not the licensing deal itself – in fact, the combination of Disney and Star Wars is actually pretty clever, and I kind of dig the carbonite Donald Duck. But why why why did they decide […]