Every day here at Doom HQ we receive tons of tips from our readers about really cool stuff from the world of geek, as well as promotional materials for new films, comic books, collectibles, and much more. While we do our best to bring you as much of it as possible, we don’t always have enough geek manpower available to cover it all on a daily basis. But we hate the idea of all of this really cool stuff wasting away in our inbox. How could we NOT cover it? Hence why we’ve resurrected our long-defunct column Bits Of Doom, now rebranded and revamped as Doom Digest, a collection of easily digestible bits of news, videos, photos, and other goodies.
Today: The novel A Clockwork Orange celebrates its 50th anniversary since publication, Brent Spiner of Star Trek fame plays Spock, a Ghostbusters tour of New York City, Biff from Back To The Future answers some common questions, and a supercut of 50 “Very Special” TV episodes, plus Bits Of Doom.
Ghostbusters Tour Of New York
Check out this awesome 7-minute “Ghostbusters Tour Of New York” video, where two guys hit all the spots in New York City that were shown in Ghostbusters and even reenact most of the scenes.
The folks over at Jest have created another supercut, this time of The 50 best “Very Special” Episodes of select television shows, like the pot episode of Saved By The Bell, the cigarette episode of Small Wonder, the cocaine episode of Punk Brewster, the – wait, what? Cocaine???? Damn. Seriously, a must-see video.
Tom Wilson, who bullied the McFly family throughout the Back To the Future trilogy, apparently gets asked so many questions about his role that he made up a business card with all the answers on it. Check it out.
Brent Spiner, who played the android Data on TV’s Star Trek: The Next Generation, has a comedy webseries called Fresh Hell and in a new episode, he’s forced to perform at a children’s Star Trek-themed birthday party as Spock. Watch the episode just below.