Basically, that means that anything can be a cinematic universe these days. While sitting around the Gabbing Geek Editorial Office, I came up with a few of my own. See them after the cut. Hollywood, feel free to use these for a small piece of the gross. Not the net. I won’t be screwed over that way.
David Peacock of Minimal Movie Prints has a keen eye for the geek. Not only does he love geek movies (as well as a bunch of other awesome flicks) but he is an amazing artist to boot! Check out his awesome minimalist poster designs, geeky and non-geeky alike. At only $15.70 a piece, you can fill a whole room with awesomeness without breaking your budget. See more movie posters after the break :).
This week on the podcast, the guys and Jenny discussed the 80s.
Now, if I have a reputation around here, and I might, it may include how I am not much into nostalgia. That was, like, my biggest barrier to really enjoying Ready Player One. The big problem with nostalgia, I feel, is that it elevates stuff that maybe doesn’t deserve it. I have no problem loving things from my childhood that hold up, but these things should be good in their own right, not good because I thought they were awesome when I was 8.