An auction of coveted Hollywood memorabilia has pulled pop culture fans out of the woodwork, with original costumes and props from Star Wars and Star Trek raking in tens of thousands of dollars.
"The Force Awakens" comes alive in your personal Star Wars collection with a series of painstakingly crafted prop replicas ranging from a bloody Stormtrooper helmet to Chewbacca's bowcaster.
Rotting corpse prop from "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" movie rolls his way through TSA metal detector in Atlanta.
Christopher Reeve's Superman costume, a Stormtrooper helmet, Spock's uniform and a set of Wolverine's claws could all be yours if you're the high bidder.
Sure, kickstand covers are perfectly functional and easy to use. But these tablet stands and gadgets score bonus points for creativity.
In addition to geek event staples like cosplayers and superhero movie leaks, there were some key thematic takeaways. For one, the '90s are back.
Ear tips made for Leonard Nimoy for the original Star Trek series go up for sale as part of a massive Star Trek auction full of costumes and props.
Ask Scotty to beam you up, or just chat with friendly lifeforms, with this impressive Star Trek: TOS Bluetooth Communicator from The Wand Company and ThinkGeek.
Thinking about shooting a Star Trek parody movie? Follow these rules so you won't get sued by CBS and Paramount.
All bets are off when you fill a neural network with sci-fi scripts and then ask it to write a movie for you. "Sunspring" is chaotic, super weird and still worth watching.