16th Jun2014

The Best Ways to Watch Films on the Go!

by Guest

Due to the fact that most people in the UK now own a portable device, it comes as no surprise that watching media on the go is becoming more and more prevalent. While many prefer to supplement their commute with a good book, an increasing number of us with iPhones, iPads and tablets choose to […]

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08th Jun2014

Ten Best: Big-Screen Robots


by Phil Wheat

Robots have been a part of cinema since its creation and still make for intriguing on-screen presences. With RoboCop set for a Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook, DVD and Blu-ray release on 9th June 2014 from Studiocanal, we count down the most memorable movie cyborgs to have graced our screens. Evil Maria – Metropolis (1927) Fritz […]

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04th Jun2014

Ten Best: Episodes of ‘Supernatural’

by Nathan Smith

The road so far … It wasn’t exactly easy for genre television in 2005. Well, it’s really never been easy for genre television ever in the history of television, but in 2005, a deluge of genre shows premiered and almost all of them had fallen prey to the swift axe of the television gods by […]

04th Jun2014

Infographic: The Road to E3

by Kat Wheat

Console wars are a long and bloody affair: exclusives are signed, features are boasted and corporate knives are twisted. The dust may be settling on the war ground of the last generation, but a new set of consoles are fighting for dominance over living room entertainment. Launches are always a turbulent time for new hardware […]

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04th Jun2014

Top 10: Things Nerds do better than “Cool People”

by Guest

It’s overstating the case to say that nerds have become cool in recent years – but they’ve certainly come to hold sway, with the likes of Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Dell, Tom Anderson and many others like them now ruling the world, or so it seems. And on any given day of the week, […]

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29th May2014

Ten Best: Gary Oldman Films

by Phil Wheat

Ask pretty much any of his peers and they would tell you that Gary Oldman is one of the most eclectic and brilliant actors of our generation. With a list of characters under his belt that threatens to rival the greats of yesteryear, Oldman is the go-to character actor of our time, consistently delivering dependably […]

29th May2014

Six amazing facts about Harry Potter…

by Kat Wheat

Who doesn’t love the wonders of the wizarding world of Harry Potter? The boy wizard has captivated audiences since the first book was published in 1997 and the movies have not only brought new fans to the novels, but have also cemented the series’ place as one of the most popular fictional tales of all […]

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28th May2014

Ten Best: Free Apps for Kids

by Kat Wheat

Schools out for… well for a week for May Bank Holiday, and it’s nearly summer holiday, but in the UK we all know its going to be raining and the kids are going to be stuck indoors possibly screaming that they are bored and they want to play a game. Well have no fear, we […]

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26th May2014

Ten Best: Crime Fighters

by Phil Wheat

For a while now, many have deemed RoboCop to be popular culture’s most recognisable crime-fighting characters of all time. In line with its Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook, Blu-ray and DVD release on 9th June 2014 from StudioCanal, we count down – not only the 10 most recognisable crime-fighters – but best ten the entertainment world […]

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19th May2014

9 Dangerous Female Movie Criminals

by Phil Wheat

Male criminal activity in the movies is so frequent that we barely bat an eyelid. Violence is often celebrated as a cool, almost heroic, indicator of virile masculinity. But it’s a very different story when it comes to dangerous women in films. Usually these types aren’t cool or aspirational, but just stark raving mad (Fatal […]

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09th May2014

Top 5: TV classics made modern

by Phil Wheat

Tom and Jerry are back! Everyone’s favourite cat and mouse have returned for 26 brand spanking new episodes in The Tom and Jerry Show, which is currently airing on Saturday mornings on Boomerang. Family fun at its best, Tom and Jerry have been making us laugh for a staggering 74 years, but which other TV […]

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02nd May2014

Poster Round-Up v2.0 – Godzilla’s SxTape Jump with a Dame Tomorrow

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment of the Nerdly poster round-up, where we bring you up to speed on some of the best movie posters to have hit the interwebs in recent weeks. Including posters for Godzilla, Edge of Tomorrow, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, 22 Jump Street, The Equalizer, Ejecta, Animal, Leprechaun Origins, […]

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01st May2014

It’s time for a good ‘Superman’ game…

by Guest

This past March, one of our guest writer’s made a strong and, more importantly, factual statement about the superhero side of Clark Kent: “When you think of comic books, you think of Superman.” No one can argue with that, right? Of course not. So why is it, then, that the man in blue cannot get […]

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29th Apr2014

Ten Worst Movies Ever Made!

by Phil Wheat

With all the good press big budget films get today, We sometimes forget that out there in the cinematic shadows lay some of the worst movies ever laid to film. Today we take you on a voyage into a world of shoddy production value and atrocious acting. Welcome to the… Ten Worst (and undoubtedly Strangest) […]

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29th Apr2014

Ten Best: Free-Running / Parkour in Film

by Phil Wheat

Since being introduced back in 1997, Parkour has become a key part of many fast-paced action sequences. With the aim being to get from A to B as quickly as possible, it’s easy to see why our protagonists would favour this mode of ‘transport’. With the upcoming release of Brick Mansions on May 2nd, starring […]

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25th Apr2014

Top 5: Unbelievable True Stories in Film

by Phil Wheat

Featuring a talented young cast including Ed Speleers, Will Poulter, Alfie Allen, Sebastian De Souza and Emma Rigby, upcoming heist drama Plastic centres on a ring of university students who become credit card thieves in order to augment their income. When the group accidentally rob a notorious gangster, they are forced to up their game […]

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23rd Apr2014

Nerd Buy: ‘Dawn of the Dead’ Zombie Stephen Figma

by Phil Wheat

Check out this awesome new upcoming Figma “action figure” from Max Factory of a zombiefied Stephen “Flyboy” Andrews from George Romero’s classic 70s flick Dawn of the Dead. After a horrific gun fight with a group of Bikers, Stephen is too injured to fully escape the teeth of a few zombies. The figure depicts Flyboy […]

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13th Apr2014

Nerd Buy: Star Wars life size Han Solo in Carbonite

by Phil Wheat

Our friends at The Film Cell have this week uploaded pictures of a life size Han Solo in carbonite replica that is now available to buy in the UK. The replica version of Harrison Ford frozen in carbonite is just like in the movies. Standing at seven and a half feet tall, every detail is […]

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11th Apr2014

Top 5: Conspiracy Thrillers

by Phil Wheat

Conspiracy films can captivate an audience in surprising ways, and Hollywood has a long tradition of bringing these theories to life. In the upcoming film Pioneer, director Erik Skjoldbjærg explores a real life Norwegian big oil cover-up that includes murder, extortion, and diving in the North Sea. In celebration of Pioneer‘s release today, we are […]

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04th Apr2014

6 People That Prove Eyepatches Rock (and one we’re not sure about)

by Guest

The release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier sees the return of Nick Fury and his glorious eyepatch to our oversized cinema screens, although if you want to watch the film in 3D an eyepatch of your own will cause some problems. To celebrate the release of the movie (and the fact that the eyepatch […]

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04th Apr2014

Nerd Buy: ‘Game of Thrones’ Blinds!

by Phil Wheat

Just when you think you’ve seen every possible piece of tie-in merchandise available, along comes a company you least expect with a range of products you never even thought about buying. But I’m betting once you’ve seen these Game of Thrones window blinds(!) you’ll want at least one… With only days to go until season […]

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02nd Apr2014

Poster Round-Up v2.0 – ‘The Expendables 3′ Edition

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment of the Nerdly poster round-up, where we bring you up to speed on some of the best movie posters to have hit the interwebs in recent weeks. In this special edition we have a whopping SIXTEEN posters for The Expendables 3. In The Expendables 3, Barney (Sylvester Stallone), Christmas (Jason […]

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