09th Oct2019

Opinionated: Who Should be the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2020?

by Chris Cummings

Every year on the lead up to WrestleMania we get bursts or rumours and announcements about which wrestlers and/or personalities will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame during WrestleMania weekend. It’s become a big part of the weekend each April, and many fans enjoy the show, seeing former superstars getting a chance to […]

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08th Oct2019

‘Devil’s Junction: Handy Dandy’s Revenge’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Bill Moseley, Bill Oberst Jr., Jake Red, Kyle Anderson, Cody Renee Cameron, Arthur Marroquin, KateLynn E. Newberry, Danni Spring, Victoria Esther Castillo, Jake LaMarca, Nick Pirrmann, Stanley Sarnowski, Mark Sikes | Written by J.S. Brinkley | Directed by Jeff Broadstreet Written by J.S. Brinkley, based on a story by Donald Borza II and directed […]

08th Oct2019

‘Archie: Vol. 2’ Graphic Novel Review

by Chris Cummings

Written by Marc Waid | Art by Veronica Fish | Published by Archie Comics | Format: Paperback, 176pp I’m a big fan of Archie Comics, as can he heard on articles I’ve penned on Nerdy about that world, and I really loved the new relaunch when it happened, which kicked off wonderfully with the first […]

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08th Oct2019

‘Family (2018)’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Taylor Schilling, Kate McKinnon, Bryn Vale, Fabrizio Zacharee Guido, Allison Tolman, Brian Tyree Henry, Matt Walsh, Eric Edelstein, Peter Horton, Jessie Ennis, Karan Kendrick, Juan Gaspard | Written and Directed by Laura Steinel I was drawn to 2018’s Family initially by the lead-casting of Taylor Schilling, mainly because of how much I liked her throughout the seasons of […]

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07th Oct2019

‘Bliss’ Review – Second Opinion

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Dora Madison, Tru Collins, Rhys Wakefield, Jeremy Gardner, Graham Skipper, Chris McKenna, Rachel Avery, George Wendt, Abraham Benrubi, Mark Beltzman | Written and Directed by Joe Begos Directed and written by Joe Begos (Almost Human), Bliss follows an artist named Dezzy who is confronted by the biggest block in creativity she’s ever experiences, and […]

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07th Oct2019

WWE Network Original Reviews: Table for Three – General Managers Special

by Chris Cummings

Table for Three is a great original show idea and I’ve enjoyed watching each episodes over the past five seasons or so. The new episode which landed this week was titled “General Managers Special” and features Eric Bischoff, Kurt Angle and Vickie Guerrero. Now, if you’ve been a fan of WWE over the past couple […]

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04th Oct2019

WWE Network Original: ‘The Bump S01E01’ Review

by Chris Cummings

I’ve been clamouring for a talk-show style show in WWE for some time. A show like a late-night chat program where wrestlers are interviewed and the current product is discussed in a playfully casual manner. Finally, we’ve got just that. The Bump, which aired this week on the WWE Network, is hosted by WWE backstage […]

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03rd Oct2019

Great Introductory Comics & Graphic Novels for New Readers

by Chris Cummings

So, you might think comic books and graphic novels are all about superheroes and have such a vast background and back-catalogue that it’s almost impossible to jump in and read them. I thought this at one point, many moons ago, unsure of how I’d be able to delve into the world of comics without being […]

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03rd Oct2019

Opinionated: Should WWE Go Back to the Original Format of Survivor Series?

by Chris Cummings

We’re on our way towards the annual WWE event known as Survivor Series. Beginning in 1987, this event takes place each November in WWE and was one of the “Big Four” PPV’s in the company for the longest time. I’m not quite sure it’s considered to be as big as it once was, though, because […]

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02nd Oct2019

Which is Better? #3 – The Office (US) vs. The Office (UK)

by Chris Cummings

Which is Better is a new column here on Nerdly where we’ll pick two related movies and discuss each of them, and then conclude which we think is the best one. It might be about sequels in comparison to the first film, or the original film and its eventual remake, we might even do it […]

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02nd Oct2019

WWE Network Original Reviews: WWE Photo Shoot – Christian

by Chris Cummings

Photo Shoot is another one of those easy-breezy but entertaining original programs on the WWE Network. It’s simple in concept and execution. You take a WWE talent, man or woman, legend or current member of the roster, and you sit them down in front of television and show them a bunch of photographs from their […]

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01st Oct2019

Ten Best: LEGO Video Games… so far!

by Chris Cummings

Here we go. Video games have been a large part of my recreational life since I was a young nipper and I was mashing the buttons of my SEGA Master System joypad. LEGO games have been something I’ve enjoyed for a long while too, and I always enjoy piking them up and playing them in […]

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01st Oct2019

Opinionated: Who Would Make Up The “Mount Rushmore” of WWE?

by Chris Cummings

When you look at the very best WWE superstars of all time, there are certainly certain names that come to mind, but there are a lot of them. If you go back to the eras of Bruno Sammartino and make your way to modern-day, you’ll be reeling off many names. The WWE has existed in […]

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01st Oct2019

WWE Roster: 2019 Mid-Year Report – NXT & NXT UK

by Chris Cummings

So, as a WWE fan, and seeing as Nerdly has great wrestling coverage, I thought it would be cool to take a seat in the bleachers and give you a longtime fan perspective report on WWE’s roster as we’ve reached – as of writing – August 2019. This isn’t gospel or fact, obviously. It’s just […]

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30th Sep2019

WWE Network Original Reviews: WWE Untold – That’s Gotta Be Kane!

by Chris Cummings

WWE Untold is a WWE Network original series that I’ve been thoroughly enjoying since it began. Discussing topics such as “The Failed Relaunch of WCW”, “The Second Coming of ECW”, “How Eddie Guerrero Became a SmackDown Legend” and more, it delves into these subjects in a fun snapshot manner and talks, using clips, backstage footage […]

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30th Sep2019

WWE Network Original Reviews: Adrian Street – Imagine What I Could Do To You

by Chris Cummings

Adrian Street is a British Wrestling legend, and following the fairly recent NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff, we saw a documentary pop up on the WWE Network about the man himself titled “Imagine What I Could Do To You”. This isn’t the longest of documentary specials yet it still covers enough to highlight Street and tell […]

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30th Sep2019

WWE Roster: 2019 Mid-Year Report – 205 Live

by Chris Cummings

So, as a WWE fan, and seeing as Nerdly has great wrestling coverage, I thought it would be cool to take a seat in the bleachers and give you a longtime fan perspective report on WWE’s roster as we’ve reached – as of writing – August 2019. This isn’t gospel or fact, obviously. It’s just […]

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27th Sep2019

WWE Roster: 2019 Mid-Year Report – Smackdown

by Chris Cummings

So, as a WWE fan, and seeing as Nerdly has great wrestling coverage, I thought it would be cool to take a seat in the bleachers and give you a longtime fan perspective report on WWE’s roster as we’ve reached – as of writing – August 2019. This isn’t gospel or fact, obviously. It’s just […]

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26th Sep2019

WWE Network Original Reviews: WWE Chronicle – Sasha Banks

by Chris Cummings

Sasha Banks, for those of you who may not follow current WWE, is one of the best in-ring female talents in the world today. She’s an accomplished in-ring worker and has held numerous titles within WWE and even headlined Pay Per View events (specifically a terrific Hell in a Cell main event against Charlotte Flair). […]

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26th Sep2019

Exclusive Interview: Vince Russo

by Chris Cummings

I recently had a chance to sit down and talk very quickly to Vince Russo, the former head-writer for WWE back in the late 90’s during the infamous and beloved Attitude Era. He went on to work for WCW and TNA and has been a voice on YouTube and Podcasting in recent years. Controversial or […]

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26th Sep2019

WWE Roster: 2019 Mid-Year Report – WWE Raw

by Chris Cummings

So, as a WWE fan, and seeing as Nerdly has great wrestling coverage, I thought it would be cool to take a seat in the bleachers and give you a longtime fan perspective report on WWE’s roster as we’ve reached – as of writing – August 2019. This isn’t gospel or fact, obviously. It’s just […]

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25th Sep2019

‘Creepshow: Episode 1’ Review (Shudder)

by Chris Cummings

GRAY MATTER Story by Stephen King | Adapted by Byron Willinger and Philip de Blasi | Directed by Greg Nicotero THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD Written by Josh Malerman | Directed by John Harrison All the way back in 1982, Stephen King and the late great George A. Romero colleborated on the first Creepshow film, […]

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