10 MPH (2007)
Two friends embark on a cross-country journey from Seattle to Boston on a Segway.Full review.
An Adventurer is You! (200-something)
The origins of Kingdom of Loathing: From the frozen wastes of Canadia rode filmmaker Chris Ciosk, on a trusty steed made of video cameras and boom microphones. He interviewed us, explored our offices, and cut together a 27-minute documentary that you can show to your non-KoL-playing friends by way of explanation or apology. Heck, your mother would probably like it. Lord knows she's easy enough to please. It's got loads of special features -- lengthy audio interviews with all of the staff (all of the staff as of early 2007, at least,) a behind-the-scenes look at our development process, and a really cool title animation. A must-have for anybody who must have it.
Avatars Offline (2002)
All about people who meet online, and then in real life.
BBS: The Documentary (2005)
A five and a half-hour epic that chronicles the history of BBS (bulletin board systems), and, by nature, much of the rise of home computing. Full review.
Candyman: The David Klein Story (2010)
The bittersweet tale of David Klein, the man who invented Jelly Belly jellybeans. Featuring Weird Al, so you know it's a geekumentary. This is one I recommend.
Chasing Ghosts (2008)
A look at the classic arcade gaming scene that focuses on Twin Galaxies and the people involved in the LIFE magazine shoot in Ottumna, Iowa.
Classic Game Room (2007)
The rise and fall of a 1999 video game review show. Classic Game Room is also back on the internet as of 2008. Full review.
Darkon documents a group of weekend warriors in Maryland...literally, weekend warriors, as these guys are taking part in an honored geek tradition (oft considered geeky even among geeks), the LARP (Live-Action Roleplay).
about pen-and-paper gaming.
The Dungeons & Dragons Experience (2004)
About the world of pro video gaming.
Get Lamp (2010)
A documentary about early 80's text adventures (the Infocom-style games like Zork).
His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th (2009)
The History of Pinball
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (2007)
Two classic arcade gamers battle for the world record Donkey Kong score. Full review.
LARP: The Movie (2008)
Life with a Dice Bag (2005)
Monster Camp (2007)
Monster Camp is about a group of LARPers who belong to the Seattle chapter of NERO (New England Roleplaying Organization). Full review.
Nerdcore for Life (2010)
Nerdcore Rising (2008)
Nerdcore Rising tells the tale of nerd rapper MC Frontalot and his first big tour, leading up to an appearance at the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle. Full review.
The People vs. George Lucas
Pizza! The Movie
The Planet of the Doctor
A free online multi-part documentary on Dr. Who.
Six Days in Roswell
A feature film docu-comedy about UFOs, Aliens, Sightings, Abductions, Other Worldly Visitors, Extra Terrestrials, UFO Researchers, Government Cover-ups, Close Encounters, Flying Saucers, Alien Spacecraft, an Impact Site, Alien Bodies, an Alien Autopsy, the 509th Bomb Group...
Special When Lit: A Pinball Documentary
This is the definitive story of the rise and fall of pinball as told by the fans, collectors, designers and champion players from across the globe.
Ten Yards: Fantasy Football
A film by 10 MPH's Josh Caldwell and Hunter Weeks, about fantasy football.
TILT: The Battle to Save Pinball (2007)
TILT tells the story of a last-ditch effort to reinvent pinball when one of the biggest manufacturers, Williams, had their pinball division on the chopping block in favor of the slot machine business. Full review.
Trekkies/Trekkies 2 (1997)
Trekkies documents the Star Trek phenomenon, and its devotees.
Second Skin (in development)
A film covering MMOs and the people who play them, including a look into the life of a gold farmer.
Spellbound is "the story of eight American children who set out to win the National Spelling Bee."
Uber Goober 2004
Uber Goober is about gamers, primarily miniatures gaming and role-playing (pen n' paper, LARP). Full review.
Wordplay explores the secret world of crossword puzzles. Several celebrities talk about their love of crossword puzzles, including Ken Burns.
Word Wars (2004)
Word Wars is all about Scrabble. Competitive Scrabble.