Geek Girl's Top 5

It's Pay Day next week and the perfect excuse to treat yourself to one of these awesome geeky goodies. I've unearthed some gems for all you film buffs out there, plus the wannabe superheroes and a little something for those with fond memories of Cartoon Network.

Under £10
Whacky Races was a family favourite growing up and I loved Penelope Pitstop. Truffle Shuffle has a mug adorned with Ms Pitstop in various poses. I want one almost as bad as I wanted her car back in the day. It's £5.99
Under £25
Suit up! I Want One of Those has the perfect suit carrier to keep your superhero costume (or favourite party dress - no-one needs to know) clean and crease-free. And it's a bargain £16.99!
Under 50

I love coffee table film books and this looks like it'd keep me occupied for a good couple of hours. The Art of DreamWorks Animation has been released in celebration of the studio's twentieth anniversary . It's packed with concept art, designs and essays, exploring the films behind the scenes as well as a commentary on DreamWorks' first 30 films. It's released 20 April and you can pre-order it from Forbidden Planet for £27.00

Under £100

Any Hunger Games fans out there? If you really want to show your love for Catching Fire, a standard DVD just won't do. You'll be wanting this bad boy from Amazon. The deluxe edition features the first two films on standard definition and bluray, original soundtrack, art cards, over two hours of bonus footage ... and have you seen the packaging?! It's worth every penny of its £59.00 price tag.

Over £100

If you've bagged yourself a bonus this month and money is no object, you might want this epic piece of Alien memorabilia. Due for release on 1 April to coincide with the 35th anniversary of the film, the attention to detail is incredible. And it can be yours for from Forbidden Planet for £343.40.

That's it for this week. Enjoy!

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