Which is why it’s awesome that in spite of such behavior, Jenny Lorenzo and her friends at Aggressive Comix whipped up this awesome spoof of Psy’s latest hit Gentleman in a strike back against scumbags and haters of the world, all while showing off some awesome cosplay. Turns out Psy’s astonishingly addictive choreography works just as well for Rogue, Sailor Moon, and a Venom-suited Spider-Man suit as well as it does for the goofy Korean Raptor.
Bonus points for the impressive TARDIS replica while I’m at it.
If you’re still looking for another dose of geekery from Jenny and her team, you might want to check out their Secret of the Booze series, which walks you through how to make an assortment of themed alcoholic drinks based on everything from Doctor Who to Iron Man III.
Jurassic Park 3D is getting a nationwide release this weekend, being put on display for 2,777 theaters from sea to shining sea.
While the film makes its glorious return to the silver screen twenty years later (in stunning anaglyph), this 3-minute mash-up is a nice primer to the theatrical re-release of one of the greatest adventure films of all time.
It’s dubbed “That’s Chaos” and was put together by “Dr. Ian Malcolm” using samples entirely from the original Jurassic Park. Continue reading “Jurassic Park Goes Dubstep in Incredible Mash-Up Music Video” »
The final product is titled “Not Going Anywhere,” and manages to also be — by far — the best thing Kadesh has put out yet.
Fink, aka Andrew Fink, is a Google employee who works at the company’s New York City office. According to Geek.com, Google’s ‘official’ company policy is that their employees only have to work 80% of the time they’re there.
The other 20%, apparently, can be spent doing whatever you want (wonder if they have an open bar like Electronic Arts, hahaha). In the case of Fink, though, some of that 20% was spent making this particular video. Continue reading “Rappa Please: Google Employee Rhymes About How Awesome Google Is (Video)” »
On top of it all, Mr. Bull reportedly recorded this entire performance with a MASSIVE THROAT INFESTATION — which is, shock, completely unnoticeable. Clearly the man is superhuman. Continue reading “Nerd Rapper Dan Bull is Back, With an Ode to DEAD SPACE 3” »
In the following video, Styleup sets his beatboxing skils to a metronome across a huge spectrum of paces– 76 bpm, 132 bpm, 176 bpm, and a new record of 208 bpm. Continue reading “This Guy is Insane: French Beatboxer Battles Metronome; Sets New Record at 208 BPM” »
This video from earlier this year was sent to us, proving the public’s notorious love of gaming and nerdcore isn’t just an American thing; now a group of gaming geeks and nerds in France has produced and directed the video “I’m a Geek”, a celebration of all things gaming and nerdery.
Thus the French accents perhaps/slightly more sexual visuals. But there’s serious devotion to nerdery here, even if it’s more European.
“I’m a Geek” features 3 French ‘nerds’: Loacs, Johntah, and Shayna. Continue reading ““I’m a Geek” Music Video Proves The French May Be Geeks (But That Doesn’t Stop ‘Em From Balling)” »
I guess it was bound to happen sooner or later: that magical day when chiptunes/ nerd music and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic crossed the streams, thus opening a very big door to a whole new world of possibilities…or depending on your feelings towards Bronyhood, as Pinhead put it in Hellraiser: “a whole new dimension of suffering and pain.” Continue reading “My Little Pony Gets Decent Chiptune Adaptation; The End is Neigh” »
What may be one of the latest and greatest in Flash Mobs of all time actually begins with a couple of guys in leather carrying suitcases through the middle of a German crowded market before exchanging glances and setting them down in the middle of the street.
While this sounds like just one of several things that were missing from the new Die Hard movie trailer, it’s actually just part of their set-up for a lavish and extensive flash-mob orchestra playing the Star Wars theme. Continue reading “Daily Nerdcore: Star Wars Flash Mob Orchestra Charms Socks Off Germany” »