03rd Aug2022

‘DC League of Super-Pets’ Review

by Matthew Turner

Features the voices of: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, Marc Maron, Keanu Reeves, Thomas Middleditch, Ben Schwartz, Olivia Wilde | Written by Jared Stern, John Whittington | Directed by Jared Stern, Sam Levine An animated adventure containing both talking animals and popular superheroes was always going […]

22nd Jul2022

Gothic horror ‘Crucible of the Vampire’ gets a Director’s Cut

by Phil Wheat

Ghost Dog Films, the British independent film and video game company has released a new version of their award-nominated retro-style gothic thriller Crucible of the Vampire. The 2022 Director’s Cut features new footage and a remastered soundtrack of the imaginative British gothic chiller which has strong echoes of Tigon, Hammer and M R James ghost […]

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22nd Jul2022

Arrow Video FrightFest 2022 announces line-up

by Phil Wheat

Arrow Video FrightFest, the UK’s most popular horror and fantasy film festival, is back at London’s Cineworld Leicester Square and the Prince Charles Cinema from Thursday August 25th – Monday 29th August for five days of the very best of global genre cinema. Celebrating its 23rd blockbuster edition with thirty-two world, twenty-two International / European […]

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22nd Jul2022

First trailer & Poster for ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’

by Phil Wheat

Coming fresh out of San Diego Comic Con’s Hall H, here’s the first trailer and poster for the brand new Dungeons & Dragons movie, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves – which stars Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, Chloe Coleman, Daisy Head and Hugh Grant. A charming thief and a […]

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22nd Jul2022

‘Halloween Ends’ – Trailer & Poster

by Phil Wheat

After 45 years, the Halloween franchise reaches its conclusion as Laurie Strode faces off for the last time against the embodiment of evil, Michael Myers, in Halloween Ends – a final confrontation billed as “unlike any captured on-screen before.” And apparently only one of them will survive… Icon Jamie Lee Curtis returns for the last […]

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22nd Jul2022

Lucca Comics & Games 2022 announce this years theme & poster

by Phil Wheat

This year, the biggest pop-culture festival in Europe, Lucca Comics & Games will run from 28th October to 1st November. The theme for the 2022 edition is Hope and the event poster was created by Canadian artist Ted Nasmith, master of “Imaginative Realism”. He has given substance to the imagination of Tolkien fans worldwide and […]

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15th Jul2022

Wales Interactive announce new interactive movie ‘Mia and the Dragon Princess’

by Phil Wheat

Wales Interactive, acclaimed for its FMV games and narrative-driven media, have announced the first of three interactive movies with Mia and the Dragon Princess. This offbeat action-adventure follows Mia, a plucky barmaid whose life is thrown into chaos when a mysterious woman turns up at her workplace, on the run from a group of violent […]

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15th Jul2022

Demonic horror ‘Prey for the Devil’ gets a trailer and 2 posters!

by Phil Wheat

Directed by Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism) is back in the horror genre with Prey for the Devil; which stars Jacqueline Byers (Roadies, Bad Samaritan), Colin Salmon (Mortal Engines, Alien Vs Predator), Christian Navarro (13 Reasons Why), Lisa Palfrey (Pride), Nicholas Ralph (All Creatures Great and Small) with Ben Cross (Star Trek) and Virginia Madsen […]

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15th Jul2022

Fantasia International Film Festival 2022 – Phil’s Picks of the Fest!

by Phil Wheat

We’ve been fortunate to cover Fantasia multiple times over the years and it, along with Frightfest and Grimmfest, are staples of Nerdly’s genre festival coverage. What’s so great about Fantasia is the eclectic nature of the films they screen – new films, old films, international films, weird films, documentaries… Fantasia films run the gamut of […]

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15th Jul2022

101 Films announce ‘Deathstalker’ double-bill Blu-ray!

by Phil Wheat

Making their UK Blu-ray debuts in August, a pair of Roger Corman-produced movies that rode the 1980s sword and sorcery wave. This two-disc set includes 1983’s Deathstalker and the 1987 follow up Deathstalker II, along with commentaries with the cast and filmmakers. DEATHSTALKER Deathstalker tells the tale of a mighty warrior (Richard Hill) tasked to […]

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15th Jul2022

Asmodee & Days of Wonder announce ‘Ticket to Ride: Ghost Train’

by Phil Wheat

Asmodee and Days of Wonder have announced the forthcoming release of Ticket to Ride: Ghost Train, a haunting addition to the series aimed at younger players. The game is easy to learn and quick to play for all the family. You’ll collect Parade Float cards to claim routes on the map whilst trying to visit […]

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13th Jul2022

‘When Darkness Falls’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

Kev is back in the booth for another video review. This time he’s talking about Nathan (Holiday Monday) Shepka’s new psychological hiking in the Scottish Highlands flick When Darkness Falls and boy is Kev excited to be reviewing this one. Whilst trekking across the Highlands, Jess and Andrea separate and Andrea goes missing. Jess searches […]

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12th Jul2022

Preview: Fantasia International Film Festival 2022

by Alain Elliott

Fantasia International Film Festival is my absolute favourite film festival each and every year. It not only has the best movies based on quality but it has such a fantastic mix of genres and brilliant originality from the filmmakers that is unlike any other film festival. From big Hollywood movies to debut low-budget affairs and […]

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11th Jul2022

Grimmfest announces first wave of titles for 2022

by Phil Wheat

Grimmfest, Manchester’s International Festival of Fantastic Film have announced the first wave titles for the 2022 festival – which will be returning to regular venue, The Odeon Great Northern, in Manchester on October 6th – 9th, for four high-impact, fear-filled days of the very best in genre cinema. Check out this opening barrage of international […]

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11th Jul2022

First trailer & poster for Covid horror ‘Camping Trip’

by Phil Wheat

Fuica Film Pictures and 8Cube have released the first trailer and poster for their upcoming horror, Camping Trip, which will be available on Digital Download in the UK, USA & Canada and Australia and New Zealand from 16th August. Camping Trip stars Leo Zola (Leonardo Fuica), Caitlin Cameron, Hannah Forest Briand and Alex Gravenstein and […]

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11th Jul2022

Major League Wrestling finds UK TV home

by Phil Wheat

Major League Wrestling and Ayozat TV have today announced a broadcast partnership, bringing the league to UK airwaves. The partnership will allow fans to watch new episodes of MLW’s flagship weekly series MLW: Fusion each week, as well as classic content from the league’s library, which dates back to 2002. With such a prestigious roster […]

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24th Jun2022

eBuying Comics: Week 78

by Ian Wells

This week I am taking a look at the steps one needs to take to become a fully-fledged comic book speculator. I want to stress this is purely a research piece, speculators have already killed the comic book marketplace once before and maybe they are dangerously close to doing it again? They are the scourge […]

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20th Jun2022

A Memoriam in Four Colours: Tim Sale

by Ian Wells

Last week we lost Tim Sale, at this time my condolences are with his family and friends… He has pulled his seat up to the great drawing board in the sky much too soon. On a personal level, the work of Tim Sale greatly influenced my early days of collecting comics. Firstly I remember in […]

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02nd Jun2022

‘The Dead Rose’ starring Vernon Wells & Eric Roberts currently in production

by Phil Wheat

The Dead Rose stars Vernon Wells (Mad Max 2), Oscar nominee Eric Roberts (The Pope of Greenich Village), Cooper Huckabee (Space Cowboys), Richard Tyson (Kindergarten Cop). This film is currently in production in Denver, Colorado and Los Angeles, California. Jimmy Drain (The Initiation), Rachel Alig (First Blush), Natasha Coppola-Shalom (Last Call), Erika Monet (Night Things), […]

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24th May2022

Official trailer released for ‘The Sun Also Rises’

by Kevin Haldon

Move Mountains Productions have released the official trailer for new film The Sun Also Rises, due for release in Summer. The Sun Also Rises is the directorial debut of a full-length film by Roland Manookian (The Football Factory, RocknRolla) and is produced by Shane McCormick (Castle In The Sky, Let’s Talk About George), Tom Gordon […]

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23rd May2022

Insatiable’s Dallas Roberts & Arden Myrin hit the comedy trail in ‘Road Dogs’

by Phil Wheat

Dallas Roberts (Dallas Buyers Club, 3:10 to Yuma), Arden Myrin (MADtv, Orange is the New Black), and Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows, Reacher) are gearing up to play troubled stand-up comics in award-winning director Vanessa Leigh’s indie dark comedy, Road Dogs. Set to begin filming this summer, Road Dogs follows three stand-up […]

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16th May2022

Preview: Sci-Fi London Film Festival 2022

by Alain Elliott

The 22nd annual Sci-Fi London Film Festival will run from 19-22 May this year. Four days of films with three World premières and three UK premières! Opening the festival is The Innocents from director Eskil Vogt. Vogt previously directed Blind and The Worst Person in the World and his new film has already received nothing […]

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