Killer Instinct fan film has Jago going up against Sabrewulf

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We don’t get too many fan films for the fighting game Killer Instinct. On second thought, I don’t think we have any at all, and that’s a shame. Well, our very own, David “Hoangster” Hoang (under the Really Clever Androids banner), has directed one featuring Jago vs. Sabrewulf. Will the monk … Continue reading

Why everyone should watch Hulu’s ‘Deadbeat’

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You’ve seen it everywhere. This image above. It’s there on your browser and when you’re watching your online show – there are advertisements everywhere for Hulu’s new online series Deadbeat. Just what is Deadbeat?  Created by Wilfred writers Cody Heller & Brett Konner, Deadbeat stars Reaper’s Tyler Labine as slacker medium Kevin Pacalioglu who spends his … Continue reading

Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist gets a Ryu teaser trailer

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This Street Fighter web series may be the closest thing to a really good Street Fighter live-action adaptation. As much as I enjoyed Street Fighter with Jean-Claude Van Damme, it’s by no means a “good” movie. And let’s not even talk about the Legend of Chun Li movie with Kristen … Continue reading

Deathstroke: Arkham Assassin fan film delivers on bloody action

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Deathstroke is the rage these days, especially if you’ve been watching this season’s Arrow. Now here’s a new fan film, Deathstroke: Arkham Assassin, that’s all about Mr. Slade Wilson kicking lots of asses. It’s got some cool special effects, action and lots of blood. And plus, Deathstroke’s mask is more … Continue reading

Jason Derulo parody, ‘Talk Nerdy to Me’ with Screen Team

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The Screen Team‘s Angie Griffin and Chad Nikolaus are back at it again with another nerdy music video. This time it’s a parody of Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty” with “Talk Nerdy to Me.” It’s got Comic-Con references, cosplay love, abd the beautiful Angie dressed as Black Cat and Chad performing … Continue reading

DreamWorks animator turns son’s home videos into nerd magic


Don’t you wish you had a dad who works in the visual effects department? Well, this lucky kid here has a dad, Daniel Hashimoto, who works at DreamWorks Animation, and he turns simple home videos into something really extraordinary. It includes Batman, LEGOs, lightsabers and space adventures. In the first video, … Continue reading

The Gable 5 premieres, plus interview with director Kevin Tancharoen and the future of Mortal Kombat Legacy

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Kevin Tancharoen, who directed the viral Mortal Kombat: Rebirth trailer and the Mortal Kombat Legacy web series, has been busy working on a new web series called The Gable 5 for Machinima. The premiere episode is now available, but before it premiered, a lot of mystery was surrounding the project. … Continue reading

Deus Ex: Human Revolution live-action short features Adam Jensen and Megan Reed

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a popular video game by Square Enix and Eidos Montreal that focuses on our augmented hero, Adam Jensen. He’s a cyborg working as head of security at Sarif Industries, fighting in a world that embraces and fears technology. There’s a live-action film in the works, but … Continue reading

Solid Snake guest stars in Mario Warfare Part 7

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It’s here! Another episode of the continuing Mario Warfare web series by Beat Down Boogie, and in this episode, there’s a surprise visit from the master of stealth himself, Solid Snake. Will he be able to explain the plot of Metal Gear Solid while also trying to explain to Luigi … Continue reading

‘Enormous’ web series premieres, plus our interview with director BenDavid Grabinski


Machinima has just premiered Enormous, a web series that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world (you can check it out below). Instead of zombies or apes taking over, the world falls victim of giant monsters. The web series is a comic book adaptation of Image Comics’ The Enormous by creator Tim Daniel … Continue reading

The ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide’ game 30th anniversary


<You wake up. The room is spinning very gently round your head. Or at least it would be if you could see it which you can’t. It is pitch black.> Thus begins the opening description in INFOCOM’s “interactive fiction” version of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. For those … Continue reading

Who wants more Marvel movies per year?


Marvel has been making large moves as if late and again it doesn’t look like their going to stop anytime soon. They already have a lot on their plate with Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy being released this year, followed by the definite blockbuster Avengers: … Continue reading

Machinima to release Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, a live-action web series

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If you haven’t checked out Joey Ansah’s fan film, Street Fighter: Legacy, check it out below. It’s one of the coolest and well-choreographed Street Fighter fan films out there. Now Capcom and Machinima are teaming up to bring Joey Ansah’s Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist series to the online world via … Continue reading

Drunk Justice League just in time for St. Patrick’s Day

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It’s never too early to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, even if you’re a member of the Justice League. When they’re not fighting crime, they’re busy drinking at a local pub. Check out this video of the Justice League of America drinking, courtesy of The Nerdist. We have Superman talking nonsense … Continue reading

Let’s help Awkward Conversations win a Geekie Award!


Awkward Conversations is a hilarious podcast about… well… awkward conversations. The hosts, Anastasia Washington and Nathan Lichtman, talk everything from geek, sex, and everything in-between. With awesome geeky guests (like Sean Astin, King of the Nerds contestants, etc), these conversations are always so awkwardly hilarious. Awkward Conversations is up for … Continue reading