In a not so distant future, a planet has been devastated following an alien invasion. In this post-apocalyptic scenery, four teenagers, doomed to live in this destroyed world, have now to run from a terrible creature that is mercilessly hunting them down.
They are able to find refuge in an abandoned location and there, they discover what they believe to be relics of the civilization that was annihilated during the invasion. These "relics" are in fact pop culture items such as comic books, movie posters, action figures and other references from geek culture.
Inspired by this super-hero universe, the four survivors decide to change their fates, turning themselves into real-life super-heroes. Using improvised costumes and weapons made by anything they could put their hands on, these teenagers decide to change their destinies and face their enemy head on.
A Geek Punk Story was written and directed by Rafael Grampá, who also signs the art direction. Although the production only took a month, this eight-minute-long short-movie was a huge success, being watched by 2 million viewers in its opening weeks.
But Geekpunk is not only a story; it is also a whole new genre in science fiction. Created by Rafael Grampá in the tradition of other subgenres such as Cyberpunk and Steampunk, Geekpunk is a juxtaposition of a lowlife society and the geek culture aesthetics.