As a greasy teen I played the fare of the day. AD&D, Gamma World, Star Frontiers, Call of Cthulhu, whatever my high school nerd buddies and I gravitated toward. And it was fun. But for all the hiding in basements yelling at each other and throwing dice as a teen, it wasn't until I tried roleplaying as an adult that the real freakshow began. Seriously, these were some of the most malformed ego disorders I have ever encountered. If you have gamed, you know the people and you know how accurate the stereotypes are. The min-maxer; the serial NPC murderer; the rules lawyer; the person who throws mini-tantrums when things don't go their way.
Tonight, I was perusing Netflix on-demand and came across "The Gamers: Dorkness Rising" and started watching it, and I was surprisingly entertained. I found myself remembering people I hadn't thought of in years as the characters in the movie did things in-game that were so typical of the miscreants in my gaming circles. The acting isn't stellar but you don't think about it most of the time. The important thing is that the people who made this film love the source material and it showed. If you have never role-played, you probably won't find this terribly appealing. If you have, this will make you laugh.
Searching for the above image, I have discovered that "Dorkness Rising" is really part 2. I think I'll go watch part 1 now. Both of them appear to be available on youtube. Oh, and they have some sort of website with more stuff.