21st Oct2019

Opinionated: What Are The Best Horror Movies to Watch Around Halloween?

by Chris Cummings

We’re fast approaching the season of good chills. The time of year where pumpkins are lit on porches around the world, where your local Starbucks is selling out of Pumpkin Spice, where bags of candy are being stocked up on by households awaiting trick or treaters, and… of course, where horror movies are given that […]

18th Oct2019

Which is Better? #4 – Creepshow vs. Trick ‘r Treat

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 […]

15th Oct2019

Ten Best: Horror Movie Villains in History

by Chris Cummings

As we approach Halloween and the horror movie genre begins to awaken for the folks who perhaps don’t watch it to an unhealthy level like perhaps I do, I thought it might be a bit of fun to compile a TOP TEN of the best horror villains in history. I mean, there’s a lot to […]

14th Oct2019

Ten Best: Things That Will Set AEW Apart from WWE Moving Forward

by Chris Cummings

Pro-wrestling is changing. Things are happening. It’s an exciting time to be a fan. With the rise of AEW and it’s debut on TNT as a viable alternative wrestling show, a competitor to WWE when it comes to the wrestling fanbase, there’s something totally new going on. NXT has debuted on network television and upped […]

13th Oct2019

Need a change from gambling? Try out these 3 Video Games that Will Teach You a Lot

by James Smith

If you have an ally you probably have fun playing video games. It is an enjoyable pastime activity, and it helps you stay busy when you have nothing much to undertake or when you are done with other essential chores. See, video games have been modified by developers in such a way that they can […]

13th Oct2019

Jurassic Park: The Best And The Worst Movies

by James Smith

There can be no argument that Steven Spielberg is a master at providing just what audiences want. When he gets it right the box office lights up like Times Square on New Year’s Eve. He gets it wrong sometimes but only a fool would bet against a Spielberg movie raking in the cash. Many of […]

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 […]

08th Oct2019

Getting Serious About PC Gaming

by James Smith

Consoles are exceptionally popular. Many people today have an Xbox, PlayStation or Switch in their homes. Some have multiple consoles and even handhelds devices for when they are out and about. It’s easy to forget that many of us started playing games on PCs, all those years ago. Before there were consoles, there were PCs […]

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07th Oct2019

Meanings Behind the Bingo Numbers

by James Smith

If you’ve ever been to a bingo hall, you’ll notice there’s a lot of rhyming slang and other colloquialisms that are slightly confusing. Although some of the nicknames for the numbers have changed over time, some are still as confusing as ever. We’ve ventured into the world of bingo to discover not only what these […]

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04th Oct2019

eBuying Comics: Week 28

by Ian Wells

A great hero is only as good as their villains. The path a hero take is defined by multiple encounters with a collection of colourful foes. One of the greatest joys in reading comics is finding out who so and so will be fighting this month and how they will gain the upper hand? We […]

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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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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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01st Oct2019

Pixel art – coloring by numbers, right on your smartphone!

by James Smith

The game application Pixel Art – Coloring by Numbers is a fascinating coloring book designed specifically for mobile devices. Everyone will find a section with pictures encoded in numbers, according to their age and preferences. The Main Features of the Game The application weighs only about 30 MB; Interesting and vivid interface; Fascinating coloring by numbers […]

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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

eBuying Comics: Week 27

by Ian Wells

When I first got into comics I would only really see Green Arrow in DC group shots in adverts and stuff. My train of thought at the time was ‘Oh The Avengers have an archer so naturally so do the JLA.’ I  really got into the character a few years later when I picked up […]

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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 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

Your Detailed Guide to Pass Microsoft Exams and Earn MCSA: Web Applications Certification

by James Smith

Microsoft is a leading IT vendor which designs and provides IT products and solutions. Additionally, they offer numerous certifications for IT specialists. Among these credentials is the MCSA: Web Applications. Individuals who earn Microsoft certifications usually receive extra recognition from managers in charge of hiring and supervision. Additionally, certified professionals can greatly improve their practical […]

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