11th Mar2015

Trailer and poster for Paul Solet’s ‘Dark Summer’

by Phil Wheat

The latest film from director Paul Solet – whose previous films include the fantastic horror Grace – Dark Summer stars Peter Stormare (Fargo, 21 Jump Street, The Big Lebowsiki), Grace Phipps (Fright Night, The Vampire Diaries), Stella Maeve (Transamerica, Starlet), Keir Gilchrist (United States of Tara, Dead Silence) and Maestro Harrell (Ali, Suburgatory) In DARK […]

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11th Mar2015

Preview: Uncanny Inhumans #0

by Phil Wheat

Thought you knew Black Bolt? Think again!  This April, the silent Inhuman king rises from the ashes. Prepare for Uncanny Inhumans #0 – the epic prelude to a brand new ongoing series from the chart-topping Death of Wolverine creative team of Charles Soule (Inhuman, She-Hulk) and Steve McNiven (Civil War, Old Man Logan). The stoic […]

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11th Mar2015

The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden to appear at MCM Birmingham

by Phil Wheat

Organisers have announced that Laurie Holden is to join fellow The Walking Dead stars Christian Serratos and Tyler James Williams as a special guest at this month’s MCM Birmingham Comic Con, where they will meet fans and host an on-stage panel. Laurie played Andrea in The Walking Dead, winning a Saturn Award for Best Supporting […]

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10th Mar2015

First trailer and poster for Bryan Coyne’s ‘Infernal’

by Phil Wheat

In the tradition of Poltergeist and The Omen, writer/director Bryan Coyne’s Infernal tells of a young family torn in half when they discover that their insomniac daughter has made contact with an infernal being beyond our reality. Nathan (Andy Ostroff) and Sophia (Heather Adair) are a newlywed couple, both looking forward to a bright future. […]

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10th Mar2015

New trailer for Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ Netflix show

by Phil Wheat

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m VERY excited to see what Marvel’s Daredevil series will bring us – and there isn’t too much longer to wait! Season one of Daredevil will premiere with thirteen one-hour episodes in 4K on April 10th 2015 in all territories where Netflix is available; and to tide all […]

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10th Mar2015

The Hoff joins the cast of ‘Sharknado 3′

by Phil Wheat

David Hasselhoff (Baywatch) will trade his red swimming trunks for a chainsaw when he portrays Gilbert Sheperd, the father of Fin (Ian Ziering), in the eagerly anticipated Sharknado 3. Hasselhoff joins stars Ziering, Tara Reid (April) and the returning Cassie Scerbo (Nova) in the newest installment of the global pop culture sensation. Syfy and The […]

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09th Mar2015

First look at ‘Thanos: The Infinity Relativity OGN’

by Phil Wheat

This coming June, the Mad Titan continues his crusade for untold power! But first, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside Thanos: The Infinity Relativity OGN, a brand-new, full-length original graphic novel written and drawn by legendary creator Jim Starlin. Following up 2014’s New York Times Bestseller Thanos: The Infinity Revelation, this new […]

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09th Mar2015

Horror queen Darcy Donovan’s app too racy for Apple

by Phil Wheat

The Plumber, a new app from Moviemaze, starring genre regular Darcy Donovan (Lycanthrope, My Babysitter’s a Vampire) has run into issues with the iTunes ratings board. A fun, family adventure, The Plumber sees a tradie take on Evil Cho, a rogue determined to take over the world, while unwittingly helping a coven of dark witches get […]

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09th Mar2015

UK ‘Hate Crime’ ban – James Cullen Bressack responds

by Phil Wheat

By now many horror fans will know that Hate Crime, the second feature from director James Cullen Bressack (pictured above) was, last week, refused classification by the BBFC – which, thanks to the increased powers of the ATVOD, effectively bans the film from being released on any home formats, be it Blu-ray, DVD or VOD, […]

06th Mar2015

New trailer for Amazon’s ‘Outlander’

by Phil Wheat

Available for UK streaming from 26th March 2015, with new episodes weekly starting 5th April (one day after the second season premieres in the United States), Outlander is shot entirely in Scotland and follows the love story of Claire, a married World War II nurse who is thrown back in time from 1945 into an […]

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06th Mar2015

‘It Follows’ tops Glasgow Film Festival Critics’ Choice list

by Phil Wheat

In addition to the first-ever Audience Award, which was announced at the Closing Gala on Sunday 1st March, Glasgow Film Festival have today announced their inaugural Critics’ Choice: a list of the ten films which scored most highly in a vote from GFF’s accredited press corps. All accredited reviewers attending the festival were invited to […]

06th Mar2015

Preview: Ring of Roses (Titan Comics)

by Phil Wheat

This July sees the Titan Comics release of conspiracy thriller Ring of Roses by Das Petrou and John Watkiss, presented for the first time in colour. This Da Vinci Code meets X-Files tale has been described by industry legend Dave Gibbons as “fresh and invigorating…arresting and vivid!” London, 1991. But not the London you may […]

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05th Mar2015

Warner announce new mobile games – Batman, Mortal Kombat, LEGO & Game of Thrones

by Phil Wheat

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have unveiled the company’s slate of upcoming mobile game releases, showcasing diverse free-to-play and premium gaming experiences and leveraging some of the world’s most powerful franchises, including Batman, DC Comics, Mortal Kombat, LEGO and Game of Thrones. Says David Haddad, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment: Our […]

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04th Mar2015

Nerd Buy: ‘The Karate Kid’ ReAction Figures

by Phil Wheat

Back in 1984 it would’ve been hard to predict that The Karate Kid would still be a huge cult film some 30 years later. It appealed both to every kid who ever felt the underdog and the late 70s / early 80s fascination with martial arts… And those kids, now grown up, can relive their […]

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04th Mar2015

New trailer for Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

by Phil Wheat

Avengers: Age of Ultron stars Robert Downey Jr., who returns as Iron Man, along with Chris Evans as Captain America, Chris Hemsworth as Thor and Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk.  Together with Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, and with the additional support of Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and […]

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03rd Mar2015

Peccadillo Pictures announce release of ‘What’s Left of Us’

by Phil Wheat

Originally screened at London’s Frightfest in 2013 under the title of The Desert, What’s Left Of Us is a superb, gripping and terrifying imagining of three people holding on to sanity, safety and all they have left. The film is set for a VOD and DVD release on May 11th courtesy of Peccadillo Pictures, who […]

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03rd Mar2015

First Look: Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies #1

by Phil Wheat

In the southern wastes of Battleworld, two unholy factions wage neverending war. This June, that war reaches a new level of horror in Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies #1 – a new Secret Wars series from Eisner-award winning writer James Robinson and critically-acclaimed artist Steve Pugh. There are regions of Battleworld so dangerous, they […]

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03rd Mar2015

The Auteur Film Festival – Line-up Announced

by Phil Wheat

Taking place at the Curzon Bloomsbury, which reopens on 27th March 2015, the Auteur Film Festival is set to be a week-long celebration of cinema’s greatest directors; and today the full-line-up for the festival has been announced. Tickets for the festival go on sale later today: http://www.curzoncinemas.com/auteurfilmfestival. Intros to the films will be announced in the […]

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03rd Mar2015

First poster & image from the ‘Martyrs’ remake

by Phil Wheat

Coming courtesy of Dread Central, here’s the first image and poster from the Goetz Brothers’ remake of Pascal Laugier’s Martyrs – which has already completed filming (it’s a rarity these days to only hear about a movie AFTER it’s finished) – the latest film from the uber-prolific Blumhouse Productions. The remake stars Bailey Noble (True […]

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02nd Mar2015

James Cullen Bressack’s ‘Hate Crime’ banned by the BBFC

by Phil Wheat

If you’re a long time reader of my work, be it here on Nerdly, or the sites previous incarnation, Blogomatic3000, you’re probably aware of the my love for the work of a director called James Cullen Bressack. It was way back in 2011 when the young director emailed me out of the blue asking if […]

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27th Feb2015

Poster Round-Up v2.0: The Big Game Avengers Top Five

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. Including posters for Avengers: Age of Ultron, Daredevil, Tokyo Tribe, Top Five, Big Game, Tale of Princess Kaguya, Child 44 and […]

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27th Feb2015

‘Save Yourself’ – New trailer and images released

by Phil Wheat

In honor of “Women In Horror Month,” the Canadian, female-driven horror/thriller Save Yourself is releasing its official teaser trailer and first stills from the film. Staring Jessica Cameron (Truth Or Dare), Tristan Risk (ABC’s Of Death 2), Tianna Nori (Clean Break), Sydney Kondruss (The Drownsman), Bobbie Phillips (Carnival Of Souls) and a slew of other […]

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