Last Minute Gifts for the Crafty Booky Geek

Yikes! Only a few days left until the holidays are upon you and you still haven’t gotten that geek in your life a present! “But they already have everything geek-worthy under the sun!” you proclaim. Not so fast! Thunder Bay Press sent us a few items that might just stuff your stocking. Grown-up coloring books…

Accio Waterworks! Snape’s Scenes In Chronological Order

Severus Snape is one of literature and cinema’s most tragic characters of the past century. That’s not hyperbole. We submit the following video as evidence. We honestly thought we’d get through this video without tearing up, but the one-two combo of J.K Rowling’s writing and Alan Rickman’s amazing acting finally had us blubbering. Take the…

FILM IN FIVE SECONDS Book Review by He Geek

She Geek and I love movies. I mean a lot. We’ve got hundreds of DVDs, Blu-Rays, and downloads, half of which we probably haven’t even looked at. And that’s where the trouble lies. Who has the time to actually watch the thousands of hours of cinema that they really want–no, need to view? That’s where Film…

THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PT 1 Full Trailer

It’s so close to release day that it’s about time we finally got a honest to goodness trailer for The Hunger Games; Mockingjay Part 1. Katniss is looking more badass than ever with her merry band and rebels blowing stuff up left and right. By the way, does Katniss have super powerful arrows, or does…

New READING RAINBOW Opening Song

LeVar Burton recently Kickstarted a web relaunch of the popular edutainment program, Reading Rainbow. He could have decided to just reuse the original theme song, but times have changed and so has the power of reading. But you don’t have to take my word for it; check out the new opener! Reading Rainbow's New Theme…

UFO INVESTIGATIONS MANUAL Book Review by He Geek

When I was in college, I had an assignment to deliver an informational speech. Being a UFO geek from childhood, I decided I wanted to explain the differences between close encounters of the first, second, and third kinds. Unfortunately, the only reference materials I could find were a couple of paperback books and a copy…