05th Jun2018

MCM London 2018 Q&A: Kevin “Batman” Conroy

by Xenia Grounds

We’ve seen a growth in Comic Con(s) and the size in the UK. Is this a bit of a departure? Kevin Conroy: Well, this is my first UK con so I don’t have anything to compare it to. It’s intense. It’s more than I thought and it’s great. The fans are wonderful. The Batman fans […]

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04th Jun2018

MCM London 2018 Q&A: James Arnold Taylor

by Xenia Grounds

How are you finding Comic Con? James Arnold Taylor: It’s awesome. I’ve been to so many different comic cons and this is my first time in London. I have to say everyone is wonderful. I feel like I should be talking like Obi-Wan Kenobi all the time but it is really fantastic. I just did […]

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04th Jun2018

Interview: Maf Lewis on “5 Great British Horror Films”

by Stuart Wright

In his latest podcast, host Stuart Wright talks with the filmmaker half of I Speak Machine, Maf Lewis, about 5 Great British Horror Films – which include: Pogle’s Wood (1965) Whistle And I will Come (1968) The Spirit Of Dark And Lonely Water (1973) The Omen (1976) 28 Days Later (2002) With nods to Don’t […]

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01st Jun2018

Victoria Atkin and Patricia Summersett – MCM London Q&A

by Xenia Grounds

Have you been enjoying yourselves at Comic Con? What are the appeal of events like this for you guys? VA: *Laughs* I’m really tempted to sarcastically reply to everything. PS: *Laughs* Yeah, like ‘Absolutely not!’ It’s so great. This is my first time at MCM and there are a few reasons why MCM is so […]

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31st May2018

Interview: Director Evandro Rosolen & comedian Dave Griffiths on documentary ‘King Cnut’

by Philip Rogers

King Cnut is a new documentary from director Evandro Rosolen, which details how comedian Dave Griffiths fought against the fashion industry giants French Connections for the right to sell his own t-shirt brand Cnut. King Cnut was selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Saturday 26th May and after the screening I got […]

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29th May2018

Interview: Rob Curry on ‘The Ballad of Shirley Collins’

by Philip Rogers

The Ballad of Shirley Collins is a new documentary from co-directors Rob Curry and Tim Plester, which was selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Sunday 27th May. I got a chance to talk with Rob Curry and a few questions about how the idea for the documentary come about, working with Shirley […]

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29th May2018

Interview: Director Simon Hunter talks ‘Edie’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks to Simon Hunter about directing Scottish highland drama Edie starring Sheila Hancock and Kevin Guthrie, which tells the story of the titular Edie, an 83 year old who believes that it is never too late – packing an old camping bag, leaving her life behind and embarking […]

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28th May2018

Interview: Director Paul Wright on ‘Arcadia’

by Philip Rogers

Arcadia is a new documentary from director Paul Wright, which has been selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Saturday 26th May. I got a chance to ask Paul Wright a few questions about what we can expect from the film, the process of bringing together 100 years of archive footage for the […]

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28th May2018

Interview: Movie Collective w/ Marcus Markou

by Stuart Wright

In his latest podcast, host Stuart Wright talks with filmmaker, internet entrepreneur and Aston Villa fan Marcus Markou (pictured above) about a new film investment opportunity in a production company called Movie Collective, how you become an investor in the company and how you can get a share of the equity for as little as […]

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25th May2018

Interview: Christopher Ian Smith talks ‘New Town Utopia’

by Philip Rogers

New Town Utopia is a new documentary from director Christopher Ian Smith, which has been selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Saturday 26th May. I got a chance to ask Smith a few questions about what his inspirations for were creating the film, why he chose to take a look at Basildon […]

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24th May2018

Interview: Writer/Director James Wilsher talks ‘Sisters’

by Philip Rogers

Sisters is a new drama from writer-director James Wilsher, which has been selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Sunday 27th May. I got a chance to ask James a few questions about where the original concept came from, writing the script with the actresses and his favorite moments during filming. What can […]

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23rd May2018

Interview: Writer/Director Mark A.C. Brown talks ‘Guardians’

by Philip Rogers

Guardians is a new horror-comedy from writer-director Mark A.C. Brown, which has been selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Saturday 26th May. I got a chance to ask Mark A.C. Brown a few questions about the original concept for the film, the biggest challenges they faced and his favourite scenes to shoot. […]

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22nd May2018

Interview: Director Asoka Handagama on ‘Let Her Cry’

by Philip Rogers

Let Her Cry is a new drama from writer-director Asoka Handagama, which has been selected to play at the Southend Film Festival on Sunday 27th May. I got a chance to ask Asoka Handagama a few questions about his inspirations for writing the script, his favorite scenes to shoot and how changes in attitude of […]

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21st May2018

Interview: British film legend Robin Askwith

by Philip Rogers

Actor Robin Askwith is celebrating 50 years in show business doing what he does best. In a new stand, up tour ‘Robin Askwith Gives It One’ as he returns to Southend on 23rd May at the Grosvenor Casinos. A unique night of comedy entertainment where he takes a hilarious look back over his life with […]

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21st May2018

365Flicks Podcast: Indie Talk w/Tremors star Michael Gross

by Phil Wheat

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres. 365Flicks Podcast: Indie Talk w/Michael Gross – ‘Tremors: A Cold Day […]

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18th May2018

Interview: Actress Catherine Delaloye on horror ‘Welcome to Essex’

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to Essex is a new zombie horror film from writer-director Ryan J Fleming which will have its UK premier at The Romford Film Festival on Thursday 24th May. I got a chance to talk to ask lead actress Catherine Delaloye a few questions about; how she first got into acting, what it was like […]

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17th May2018

Interview: Corbin Nash’s Ben Jagger

by Philip Rogers

Corbin Nash is a new action horror which delivers a fresh new take on the vampire genre. With the now available to view in the US on VOD, I got a chance to ask co-writer and director Ben Jagger a few questions about; how he got into filmmaking; the inspirations behind the film and his […]

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11th May2018

Interview: Author Ian Cooper talks ‘The Manson Family on Film & TV’

by Stuart Wright

Host Stuart Wright talks to author and screenwriter Ian Cooper about his new book Family Values: The Manson Family on Film and TV (McFarland) – out August 2018. Ian Cooper will be speaking in more detail on this topic at his lecture “NO SENSE MAKES SENSE: GURUS, CULTS, MURDER AND MOVIES” on May 17th 2018 […]

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11th May2018

Interview: Writer/director Jane Foster talks ‘Gracie’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks to writer/director Jane Foster about her directorial debut Gracie, which is out now and available via Amazon Instant Video: www.amazon.co.uk/gp/video/detail/B07BC3KPCN 2am. In the grip of despair, Gracie, (29) climbs the railings of Waterloo bridge, intending to jump, and kill herself, but desperate though she is, she just […]

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09th May2018


Interview: Actress & Voiceover Artist Vida Ghaffari

by Philip Rogers

Vida Ghaffari is an award-winning actress and voiceover artist who is best known for her appearances on the television comedies, Mind of Mencia on Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC and The Mindy Project formerly on FOX. However, after completing a supporting role in Nation’s Fire and the much buzzed about Holy Terror she is really starting to make an impact and recently won the Trailblazer Award at the Universe […]

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07th May2018

Interview: Director Daniel Gill talks ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks to director Daniel Gill about directing Modern Life is Rubbish… Which is out now! You can see Modern Life Is Rubbish in Picture House cinemas up to and including Thursday 10th May. For full listings see the official website www.modernlifeisrubbish.film and if you miss it on the […]

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04th May2018

Interview with Scream Queen Debra Lamb (Part Two)

by Philip Rogers

Recognised as one of the original scream queens and a career spanning over three decades, Debra Lamb continues to work in film both as an actress and writer. I was lucky enough to talk with Debra about working on her upcoming film projects There’s No Such Thing as Zombies and Expresso to Die For, the […]

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