03rd Jun2014

‘A Birder’s Guide to Everything’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Kodi Smit-Mcphee, Ben Kingsley, Katie Chang, Alex Wolff, Michael Chen, James Le Gros, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, Briana Marin, Ethan Cohn, Adam Barrie, Stephen Kunken, Daniela Lavender | Written by Luke Matheny, Rob Meyer | Directed by Rob Meyer A teenage bird fanatic called David Portnoy (Kodi Smit-Mcphee) thinks he has seen a duck which was previously thought to be […]

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30th May2014

‘Wynter: Issue 1 & 2′ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Guy Hasson | Art by Aron Elekes | Published by New World Comics | Format: Digital Only In the future, dreams are recorded at night for people to watch and follow if they like them. Apps are in people’s minds, displaying images in front of them. Technology is everywhere. Liz Wynter isn’t special. She […]

27th May2014

Comic Review: ‘Ordinary #1′

by Richard Axtell

Written by Rob Williams | Art by D’Israeli | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp It is just another day for Michael. He has overslept. He is late for work. The local thug Haka, is demanding the money Michael owes him again. Just another normal day. Then things, in the comic named Ordinary, take a […]

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25th May2014

‘#EM3′ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Andres Dominguez, Belkys Galvez, David Lago, Oscar Torre, J. Bishop, Ky-Mani Marley, Benhur Sito Barrero, Anthony Bless | Written by Jokes Yanes, J. Bishop | Directed by Jokes Yanes Set in Miami beach, #EM3 (or to give the film its full title, #EM3: Eenie Meanie Miney Moe) is drama which follows Raul (Andres Dominguez) a tow […]

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23rd May2014

‘Biker Fox’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Frank P. DeLarzelere III | Directed by Jeremy Lamberton Biker Fox, also known as Frank P. DeLarzelere III, is a resident of Tulsa Oklahoma, cycling enthusiast and car part salesman. This documentary, aptly named Biker Fox, documents his philosophy on life, following him as he works on his business, enjoys life and performs his […]

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18th May2014

‘The Kill Screen #1: I Love You’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Mike Garley | Art by Josh Sherwell | Lettering by Mike Stock | Format: Paperback, 32pp RRP £3.50 Humanity has reached its Kill Screen. Computer errors have transcended from their digital world and have infected the real one, destroying everything in their way. The result is a bitter battle for survival for the humans […]

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15th May2014

‘Soldiers of Paint’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Written and Directed by Michael DeChant, Doug Gritzmacher In one of the biggest paintball events ever staged, Soldiers of Paint follows D-day, an Oklahoma based paintball fight with 4000 participants. Fighting for glory, for fun and to remember the veterans of original event, this battle takes place across a 700-acre battlefield with participants utilising every […]

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13th May2014

Book Review: Tithe of the Saviours

by Richard Axtell

Written by A. J. Dalton | Published by Orion Books | Format: Paperback/eBook, RRP £14.99/£7.99 respectively Jillan, his beloved Hella and their friends have finally found Haven, a place of peace and never ending growth. Their battles are over and they can finally live their lives together. Or can they? In Tithe of the Saviours, Jillan […]

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09th May2014

‘Curse of the Dragon Slayer’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Richard McWilliams, Danielle Chuchran, Paul D. Hunt, James C. Morris, Eve Mauro, Danny James, Kyle Paul, James Gaisford, Bailee MyKell Cowperthwaite, Nichelle Aiden, Clare Niederpruem, Adam Abram | Written by Jason Faller, Kynan Griffin | Directed by John Lyde Three heroes are on a quest to thwart a group of Orc Cultists, known as the Shadow Cabal, […]

04th May2014

‘Willow Creek’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Bryce Johnson, Alexie Gilmore | Written and Directed by Bobcat Goldthwait Footage has been found of a couple on the hunt for Bigfoot and the site where that infamous Bigfoot film of 1967 was made, known as Bluff Creek. That in itself suggests the fate of these two intrepid explorers as they search around in the […]

30th Apr2014

‘Interesting Tymes’ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Dave McCluskey | Art & Lettering by Andrew Morrice | Published by Evil Moose Comics | Format: Paperback, 44pp The comic Interesting Tymes begins with the reader in the care of Edward D’ammage, a delightfully pale fellow who is hosting the evening with six short stories of terror, excitement, adventure and horror. Starting with a […]

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28th Apr2014

‘Gallowwalkers’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Wesley Snipes, Kevin Howarth, Riley Smith, Tanit Phoenix, Simona Roman, Steven Elder, Patrick Bergin, Hector Hank, Jonathan García, Alyssa Pridham, Diamond Dallas Page, Alex Avant, Jenny Gago | Written by Andrew Goth, Joanne Reay | Directed by Andrew Goth Aman (Snipes) is on a mission of vengeance to kill the men who abused the […]

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28th Apr2014

‘Child of God’ DVD Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Scott Haze, James Franco, Tim Blake Nelson, Jim Parrack, Fallon Goodson, Vince Jolivette, Jeremy Ambler, Nina Ljeti, Brian Lally, Ciera Parrack, Boyd Smith, Wade Williams  | Written by James Franco, Vince Jolivette | Directed by James Franco Do not mistake Child of God for being a film on a religious topic. It follows Lester […]

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24th Apr2014

‘Generation Iron’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Features: Mickey Rourke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jai White, Lou Ferrigno, Busta Rhymes, Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Dennis Wolf, Jay Cutler, Ronnie Coleman, Roelly Winklaar, Bob Cicherillo, Branch Warren, Ben Pakulski | Written and Directed by Vlad Tudin Generation Iron, a semi-sequel to the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger documentary Pumping Iron (the film is exec produced by Jerome […]

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20th Apr2014

‘The Last Keepers’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Zosia Mamet, Sam Underwood, Aidan Quinn, Virginia Madsen, Olympia Dukakis, Nat Wolff, Joshua Bowman, Jee Young Han | Written by Peter Hutchings, Christina Mengert | Directed by Maggie Greenwald Rhea Carver (Mamet) is different. She makes art and clothes from rubbish she picks up from the ground, her family are reclusive artists and this […]

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17th Apr2014

‘Made In America’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Features: Jay-Z, Kanye West, Gary Clark Jr, Pearl Jam, Run DMC, Rita Ora, Santigold | Directed by Ron Howard Made in America is Jay-Z’s dream music festival. He brings together musical artists from all across different genres in a concert which celebrates the diversity and the power of music to bring people together. Follow Jay-Z […]

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15th Apr2014

‘The Last House’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Lindsey Haun, Blake Berris, RJ Mitte, Diane Dalton, Randy Schulman | Written and Directed by Michael Bartlett A mind bending supernatural thriller, The Last House follows Kelly (Lindsey Haun) as she is house-sits for an estranged couple who are taking a trip to Italy to escape their troubles and start afresh. But all is […]

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09th Apr2014

Graphic Novel Review: Doing Time

by Richard Axtell

Written by Brady Sullivan | Art by Amilton Santos | Published by Back Row Comics | Format: Paperback/Digital comic, 78pp Jeffery Tiller is in jail. But he isn’t in any old jail. This jail has a top of the line security system in the form of a bracelet placed on every inmates arm. You want to escape? […]

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05th Apr2014

‘Almost Married’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Philip McGinley, Emily Atack, Bill Fellows, Val McLane, Lynne Wilmot | Written and Directed by Ben Cookson It’s Kyle’s stag night. He’s with his best friend and best man Jarvis. Large amounts of alcohol are consumed. What could possibly go wrong? After a trip to a brothel… sorry, “Massage parlour”, Kyle finds himself in an […]

03rd Apr2014

‘Dexter’s Half Dozen: Issues 1-3′ Review

by Richard Axtell

Produced by Jamie Lambert and Dave Clifford | Published by Bearded Skull Comics/Deadstar Publishing | Format: Paperback, B&W Why are the Nazis sending all their bodies to a castle in Germany? Why are they hoarding occult artefacts? These questions were meant to be answered by a spy sent into the heart of Nazi Germany’s supernatural division […]

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02nd Apr2014

Comic Review: ‘Alien in the Outfield’

by Richard Axtell

Written by Jack Kirby | Art by Mat Barnett | Format: Paperback and/or Digital Download [Editors Note: Alien in the Outfield is written by Nerdly’s own Jack Kirby. However in order for this review to be fair and balanced that fact was not divulged to our newest team member Richard, who penned this particular review] Baseball. Aliens. The […]

01st Apr2014

Book Review: Suncaller – by B. John Shaw Liddle

by Richard Axtell

Written by B. John Shaw Liddle | Published by Deadstar Publishing | Format: Paperback, 224pp Suncaller is the début novel of B. John Shaw Liddle and is definitely a strong start for the author. The story follows Mortimer Hope, a sixteen year old who has earned the nickname ‘Hopeless’ by his friends and enemies…. in […]

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