1. Entertainment

    Teacher Quiets Rowdy Class by Threatening to Spoil Game of Thrones, Is an Education Pioneer

    If you've ever been a teacher, you know that keeping a group of wild, rabid animals children calm and focused can be challenging. Because of things like "feelings" and "right and wrong," you can't really do a whole lot to make kids listen, so your threats are mostly idle. So, one innovative educator turned to spoilers for help.

    Read on...
  2. Entertainment

    Have All 9 Best Picture Oscar Nominees Plus 41 Other Movies From 2013 Spoiled for You in One Video

    I don't know who would want to have all the Best Picture nominees spoiled for them, but if you do, now you can along with 41 other movie spoilers all in under seven minutes thanks to the Fine Brothers. Why? I don't know. They like spoiling things?

    Read on...
  3. Entertainment

    Jennifer Lawrence Has Every Right to Be Upset About Spoilers, The Rest of You… Not so Much

    First, at the request of the rest of Team Geekosystem, I will warn you that here be spoilers. At the SAG awards some Access Hollywood reporters spoiled season three of Homeland for Jennifer Lawrence live on air because they're horrible monsters. Lawrence gets to be upset. You do not.

    Read on...
  4. Entertainment

    100% Spoiler-Free Review of [Movie Title Redacted to Avoid Spoilers]

    People on the Internet sure do hate spoilers. They even hate things that aren't really spoilers. To try to make those people happy, here is a review of a movie we watched that is 100% free of any spoilers about the film including its title, cast, plot, setting, and crew. Enjoy!

    Read on...
  5. Entertainment

    Why I Spoiled the Paul McGann Regeneration, and Why I Would Do it Again

    Paul McGann regenerates into John Hurt in the latest Doctor Who minisode, and I spoiled it in the headline of my article about it -- and spoiled it again just now. We've gotten a few comments asking if I really had to spoil it, and frankly -- yes. Here's why.

    Read on...
  6. Entertainment

    Should Predictions Be Treated as Spoilers?

    We have a prediction about Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, and in discussing doing a post about that prediction we got on the issue of spoilers. If we post our prediction and we're right (which we think we are) have we retroactively spoiled the reveal? See what we decided, and an optional reveal of our prediction after the jump.

    Read on...
  7. Tech

    Block Spoilers Forever With This New Chrome App, “Unspoiler”

    Back in the day (which day isn't important), you used to have to watch TV shows when they aired or you'd miss them entirely and wouldn't be able to talk about them the next day. Now if you don't watch them when they air, nobody will be able to talk about them the next day -- because they'll all be worried about spoiling you. Well, not anymore with the Unspoiler app!

    Read on...
  8. Tech

    Behind on Breaking Bad? Netflix Wants To Filter Your Twitter Feed For Spoilers

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that social media -- especially Twitter -- is going to ruin the latest big television show episode or movie or sports score if you get on it without watching first. But what if you're a Breaking Bad fan who won't be able to watch next week's finale in real time? Then you're in luck; Netflix has your back.

    Read on...
  9. Entertainment

    Let’s Settle This: What Constitutes a “Spoiler,” and When is It Okay to Let One Out?

    Internet, we need to have a serious talk about spoilers. It's gotten out of hand -- both hands. People are simultaneously being too sensitive about minor details, but also printing T-shirts ruining the endings of children's books. It's a divisive issue that comes up a lot here at the Geekosystem office, and I think it's high time we sat down and hashed this thing out. What's a spoiler, and when is it okay to let one out? Fair warning, I'll be using a few classic spoilers as examples, like The Sixth Sense and The Usual Suspects.

    Read on...
  10. Tech

    17-Year-Old Coder Creates Software to Save You From Spoilers

    We've had many screaming matches polite discussions about spoilers here in the Geekosystem office, but this is probably something everyone can agree is a good thing. A 17-year-old coder named Jennie Lamere has created software that filters your Twitter feed for discussion of shows you don't want spoiled. Lamere created the software at a competition where she was the only woman who presented a project, and -- spoiler alert -- she took the grand prize.

    Read on...
  11. Gaming

    I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For… A Hitman Absolution Easter Egg! [Video]

    The Hitman series is known first and foremost for giving players the freedom to kill their targets in a variety of ways, ranging from the conventional to the needlessly complex. In Hitman Absolution, those methods can be down-right weird sometimes. If someone can explain why this easter egg involving vultures and an ice cream truck makes any sense, I'd be surprised. Luckily, things don't need to make sense to be funny. Before you watch, you should know that this video contains some mild spoilers for a mission late in the game. If you're playing Hitman Absolution and haven't started a mission called "End of the Road," you might want to avoid watching this. The easter egg is hidden at the very beginning of the mission, so you should be fine as long as you've gotten that far.

    Read on...
  12. Entertainment

    NBC Promo for Parks and Recreation Accidentally Releases HUGE Spoiler?

    Toward the end of tonight's episode of NBC's Parks and Recreation, NBC aired one of their promos plugging the show's website, as is the custom. However, the promo seemingly contained a humongous spoiler: It told viewers to log onto the show's website for gift ideas for April and Andy's wedding. The thing is, there has been absolutely no sign whatsoever that April and Andy would be getting married anytime soon; in fact, the two characters aren't even dating, as Andy has been trying to win April over since last season.

    I have two theories:

    1. NBC released a promo for the show that was supposed to be for a future episode, thus accidentally revealing a huge spoiler at the wrong time.
    2. The episode that the promo aired after featured characters Ron Swanson and his ex-wife Tammy getting married during a drunken binge, and also featured character Jerry giving them a present from their wedding registry. So, instead of revealing a spoiler about April and Andy's future relationship, the NBC promo simply blundered and said the incorrect character names.
    However, the problem with theory #2 is the above video clearly shows April and Andy when the voiceover says their names, and I can't seem to find the wedding registry on, where the promo says it'll be. Whatever the reason, it looks like NBC just made a pretty big blunder. UPDATE: Going with theory #2, the show's website finally updated with Ron and Tammy's wedding registry, though it seems to simply be 11 stock photos of nothing related to the show, nor anything comedic. It seems entirely possible that NBC realized their blunder, then quickly threw a Ron and Tammy wedding registry together in an attempt to cover their tracks; however, as the above video clearly shows, both April and Andy are shown on screen when the voiceover says their names in the promo.

    Read on...
  13. Gaming

    How To Fake Being A Classic Video Gamer

    Ever want to act like you played through all the old school classics, even though the truth was that you just bought a NES console just last week? Well, now plot spoilers The Fine Brothers, who brought us such video gems as "100 Reality Spoilers in 2 Minutes," are back with "50 Classic Nintendo Spoilers." Now you, too, can casually bring up how Mega Man 3 ends in a conversation with your superior geek associates. As for the rest of us, we'll smile as we fondly recall the games of 8-bit happiness. Need I warn you of the spoilerfest that lies in wait ahead?

    Read on...
  14. Entertainment

    Aang is Not the Last Airbender: The 3 Biggest Unanswered Questions In Avatar

    So there's an Avatar: The Last Airbender movie, and, according to reliable sources, it sucks.


    There's an Avatar: The Last Airbender cartoon, and it is still totally awesome.  By way of reinforcement, I give you my three favorite questions that were left completely unanswered over the course the series.  I'll try to keep it to a level where non-fans can enjoy as well, but I won't be able to do it without some spoilers.  If you're only part-way through the series, or plan on watching it later, consider yourself warned.

    Read on...
© 2014 Geekosystem, LLC   |   About UsAdvertiseNewsletterJobsPrivacyUser AgreementDisclaimerContactArchives RSS

Dan Abrams, Founder