10th Oct2016

First look at art from Titan’s new ‘Robotech’ comic

by Phil Wheat

Titan have today released online the first piece of art from Robotech, a brand-new series based on the legendary and groundbreaking 80s animation by Harmony Gold, which is set to debut in 2017. First airing in the USA in 1985, Robotech captured audience’s imaginations with its epic generational storylines involving war, romance, and, of course, […]

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10th Oct2016

First Look: Foolkiller #1

by Phil Wheat

Greg Salinger was your typical merc for hire – the Foolkiller – putting an end to those he deemed “foolish”. But that life is behind him now. It’s time to turn over a new leaf this November in Foolkiller #1, the new ongoing series from writer/musician Max Bemis (X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever) and artist Dalibor […]

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09th Oct2016

Trailer & poster for British sci-fi horror ‘The Darkest Dawn’

by Phil Wheat

Premiering at MCM London Comic Con on 30th October, British sci-Fi horror The Darkest Dawn is a sequel to director Drew Casson’s cult hit Hungerford (reviewed here) and the first film to release under Wildseed Movies, the latest platform from award winning Wildseed Studios, established to produce and distribute ‘micro buster’ genre feature films for […]

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09th Oct2016

Trailer Park: NYCC 2016 Edition

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment of Trailer Park, our semi-regular look at the latest trailers to hit the interwebs. This weeks line-up features a bevy of the latest TV and movie trailers that debuted during this weekends New York Comic Con – including Iron Fist, Power Rangers, John Wick Chapter 2, The Great Wall, Class […]

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07th Oct2016

Titan to publish new ‘Tekken’ comics

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics have announced they are teaming up with Bandai Namco Entertainment to publish brand-new comics based on the best-selling, knockout fighting video game series, Tekken. Which will launch to coincide with the debut of Tekken 7 in 2017. The King of the Iron Fist tournament awaits! First appearing in TEKKEN for arcades in 1994, […]

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07th Oct2016

NYCC 2016: DreamWorks & Netflix announce season 2 of Voltron

by Phil Wheat

Following the first season cliffhanger, season 2 of DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender sees the paladins scattered throughout the universe in wake of a tough battle with Zarkon, Haggar and the Galra Empire. Through 13 epsiodes the team will face new challenges as they bring mighty Voltron back together and plot to take down Zarkon once […]

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07th Oct2016

Netflix Update #1: Haters, Iron Fist, Mascots & more!

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the first of (hopefully) many new regular features here on Nerdly – the Netflix Update – where we bring you the highlights in the world of Netflix’s original programming. This first edition brings news on Mascots, Iron Fist, Haters Back Off! and the TV adaptation of Lemony Snicket… MASCOTS Mascots is a new […]

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29th Sep2016

First look at Titan Comics’ new Hammer adaptation: ‘The Mummy’

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics have revealed new artwork for The Mummy #1, a brand-new mini-series that reanimates the character, as imagined by legendary Horror studio, Hammer. This series is written by the comics scribe Peter Milligan (Justice League: Dark) and illustrated beautifully by Ronilson Freire (The Green Hornet). For 2000 years the Sect of Anubis have prolonged their […]

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29th Sep2016

Trailer & poster for Netflix comedy ‘True Memoirs Of An International Assassin’

by Phil Wheat

True Memoirs Of An International Assassin is the latest Netflix original movie – an action comedy stars Kevin James as Sam Larson, a mild-mannered would-be author who gets mistaken for a killer-for-hire when his fictional novel about an international assassin is published as a true story. When the book is a huge success, he is […]

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12th Jun2016

2016 Brooklyn Film Festival – Report

by Catherina Gioino

With filmmaking and digital technology being so ubiquitous today, it becomes almost difficult to decide the difference between amateur stuff and real aspiring artists. Those budding filmmakers need not look further than the Brooklyn Film Festival, a festival founded in 1998 as a way to bring independent and ambitious filmmakers into the limelight. With the […]

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10th Jun2016

New one-sheet poster for ‘Ghostbusters’

by Phil Wheat

Here’s a brand new one-sheet poster for director Paul Feig’s redux of the 80s classic Ghostbusters. Thirty years after the beloved original franchise took the world by storm, director Paul Feig brings his fresh take to the supernatural comedy, joined by some of the funniest actors working today – Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, […]

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07th Jun2016

East London Film Festival: European Premiere of British sci-fi ‘Native’

by Stuart Wright

Following February’s successful World Premiere at the Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival, Native, starring Rupert Graves (DI Lestrade in BBC’s Sherlock TV series) and Ellie Kendrick (Game Of Thrones and iFeatures backed ‘The Levelling’), gets its European Premiere at the East London Film Festival. Native is the debut feature film for Liverpool born director and co-writer […]

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02nd Jun2016

First trailer for ‘Monster Trucks’… Literally!

by Phil Wheat

How’s this for taking a title to its literal extreme. Monster Trucks not only features monster trucks but also monsters powering trucks! Literally MONSTER TRUCKS!! Directed by Chris Wedge, thr man behind the animated features Ice Age, Robots and Epic, Monster Trucks stars Lucas Till, Jane Levy, Barry Pepper, Amy Ryan, Rob Lowe, Danny Glover, […]

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01st Jun2016

Exclusive clip from ‘Eric Bischoff: Sports-Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure’

by Phil Wheat

Set for release on June 13th, Eric Bischoff: Sports-Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure is an in-depth documentary and collection of greatest moments from the career of one of the most polarising and influential figures in the history of sports-entertainment. And we have an exclusive clip to share with you! Eric Bischoff: Sports-Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure includes […]

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30th May2016

Brit classic ‘Terrahawks’ coming to Blu-ray

by Phil Wheat

Terrahawks, the classic British children’s sci-fi series from the legendary creator of Thunderbirds, is to be released on Blu-ray and DVD courtesy of Network Distributing. Gerry Anderson, the hugely influential creator of Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Space: 1999 made a spectacular return to puppet animation in the early 1980s with an exciting new series co-created […]

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30th May2016

First look at Civil War II: X-Men #1

by Phil Wheat

As the heroes of the Marvel Universe stand against one another, the Mutants will face their own war in your first look inside Civil War II: X-Men #1 – a new Civil War II series from writer Cullen Bunn (Uncanny X-Men) and artist Andrea Broccardo (Kanan: The Last Padawan). Terrigen Mists encircle the globe, igniting […]

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29th May2016

Poster Round-Up: Beyond Tarzan there’s a Neon Karate Kill!

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 (and worst) movie posters to have hit the interwebs in recent weeks. This edition includes posters for Star Trek Beyond, The Legend of Tarzan, The Accountant, Barbershop: A Fresh Cut, Morgan, TMNT 2: […]

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29th May2016

Canadian horror label Shivers Ent. launches with ‘Massacre Up North’

by Phil Wheat

It couldn’t be more apt, given that I’m currently in Canada, to bring new of a brand new Canadian-based film distribution company – Shivers Entertainment! Hailing from Victoria, British Columbia and developed by long time exploitation film fan Brenin Barrow, the first major release for Shivers Ent. is the truly disturbing Canuxploitation film Massacre Up […]

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29th May2016

NIS America bringing ‘Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet’ to Europe!

by Phil Wheat

NIS America have anounced that they are bringing competitive shoot ‘em up Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet to North America and Europe in late 2016 for PlayStation 4 – a console which is swiftly becoming the go-to machine for gamers who love the kinds of wild and wacky games Japan are known for (I know […]

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28th May2016

First Look: Deadpool v Gambit #1

by Phil Wheat

Gambit – one of the smoothest, best looking operators in the world. Deadpool – one of the most annoying, ugliest dirtbags around. Naturally these two have beef. Be there this June when tensions reach their boiling points in Deadpool v Gambit #1, a new limited series from writers Ben Acker & Ben Blacker (Thunderbolts) and […]

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28th May2016

Deep Silver to release ‘The King of Fighters XIV’ in Europe!

by Phil Wheat

Deep Silver have announced their partnership with SNK to publish the latest installment of one of my favourite fighting franchises, The King of Fighters XIV in Europe. KOF bursts onto the next generation for the first time in KOF XIV, continuing it’s 20+ year fighting legacy exclusively for console on PlayStation 4 (of course, given […]

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28th May2016

First 2 images from ‘Call of Cthulhu’ video game

by Phil Wheat

The first two images from Call of Cthulhu, the official video game adaptation of Chaosium’s pen & paper RPG of the same name, have been unveiled this week. The images feature Darkwater Island,a disturbing place that players will have to explore during their investigation while Cthulhu, the Great Dreamer, prepares its awakening. In Call of […]

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