28th Sep2021

‘Blood Conscious’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Oghenero Gbaje, DeShawn White, Lenny Thomas, Nick Damici, Lori Hammel | Written and Directed by Timothy Covell Writer/director Timothy Covell starts Blood Conscious where most genre films end, after the massacre. Kevin (Oghenero Gbaje), his older sister Brittney (DeShawn White; Motherless Brooklyn), and her fiancé Tony (Lenny Thomas; Diego of the Dead) are planning […]

28th Sep2021

Switch Review Round-Up: Spelunker HD Deluxe / Cotton Reboot

by Phil Wheat

SPELUNKER HD DELUXE Good god I forgot how much I hate Spelunker! Originally released waaaay back in 1983, Spelunker is – to this day – a hard as nails platformer that sees you play as the titular spelunker, traversing caves… Walking, running, climbing and jumping around. Oh and dying, a LOT. Yes, the evil that […]

28th Sep2021

‘Whistle: A New Gotham City Hero’ Graphic Novel Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by E. Lockhart | Art by Manuel Preitano | Published by DC Comics (YA) I’ve written in previous reviews just how much I like these Young Adult books. DC haven’t exactly covered themselves in glory in a lot of ways in recent times (closing down Vertigo for one) but this division has been one […]

28th Sep2021

WWE Raw – Sept 27th 2021: Results & Review

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a big World Title rematch between Big E and Bobby Lashley. Michael Jackson: I’m big! HEECHAMONA!!!!! Me: Don’t go there with me! MJ: I’m a bad mother-f–ker! SHUBADUBAHIYA!!!!!! Me: Uh uh! Don’t go there with me! […]

28th Sep2021

Unboxing: 80s and Horror ‘Top Trumps’

by Phil Wheat

Check out our unboxing of two new Limited Edition Top Trumps sets from Winning Moves – Lets Go Back to the 80s set and the 30 Scary Flix set. LETS GO BACK TO THE 80s The 1980s had it all: video games, big hair, sci-fi movies and a slew of pop, rap and punk rock […]

27th Sep2021

‘Dementer & Jug Face’ Blu-ray Review (Arrow Video)

by Phil Wheat

DEMENTER Stars: Katie Groshong, Brandy Edmiston, Larry Fessenden, Eller Hall, Scott Hodges, Stephanie Kinkle | Written and Directed by Chad Crawford Kinkle Cults are a classic horror film troupe for good reason… In Dementer our protagonist Katie (Katie Groshong) runs away from a cult and takes a job caring for people with special needs in a […]

27th Sep2021

‘The Death of Doctor Strange #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jed Mackay | Art by Lee Garbett | Published by Marvel Comics Firstly, what a stunning cover. Reminds me of the Frank Brunner stuff from the 1970’s. If that’s what Kaare Andrews was shooting for, it’s a bullseye. If not, a damn good unintended tribute. So, it’s another Marvel event, albeit a mini-one […]

27th Sep2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK 3×01’ Review

by Rhys Payne

I think we can all agree that season two of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK was one for the history books! It was crammed full of iconic moments such as the iconic H&M rant, the shocking mid season nine-month break, the infectious UK hun song just to name a few! This means that the queens […]

27th Sep2021

‘AEW: Rampage’ Review (Sept 24th 2021)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s AEW: Rampage review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a big show on here to cover. CM Punk comes back to national television to have his first match on TNT against Hobbs, who currently is fighting his own war against gingivitis. The Young Bucks: We’re the greatest! […]

27th Sep2021

Friday Night Smackdown – Sept 24th 2021: Results & Review

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s WWE Friday Night SmackDown review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a prize fight and a big night for Montez Ford, who gets to fight Roman Reigns because he insulted the Anoi/Fatu family. Wouldn’t it be great if life worked like that? Somebody pisses you off and […]

27th Sep2021

‘Impact Wrestling’ Review (Sept 23rd 2021)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s Impact Wrestling review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have some big news: Josh Alexander fights Christian Cage for the Impact World Title at Bound For Glory! Suck it! Ozzy Osbourne refuses to bite my head off and Killer Klowns From Outer Space cum whipped cream! Are you […]

24th Sep2021

‘Sacrilege’ VOD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Emily Wyatt, Tamaryn Payne, Naomi Willow, David English, Ian Champion, Jon Glasgow, Emma Spurgin Hussey, Rory Wilton | Written and Directed by David Creed Sacrilege begins with a man running screaming from a darkened house. He fumbles with his car keys as his body begins to smoke and then burst into flames. He stumbles […]

24th Sep2021

Dead Northern Film Festival: ‘Zomblogalypse’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Miles Watts, Tony Hipwell, Hannah Bungard, Alan Melikdjanian, Joanne Mitchell, Andrew Dunn, Andrina Carroll, Lyndsey Craine, Victoria Delaney, Peet Torjussen, Gemma-Louise Keane, Jennifer Jordan | Written and Directed by Miles Watts, Tony Hipwell, Hannah Bungard Zomblogalypse began life as a series of fifteen-minute episodes that ran on YouTube from 2008 to 2011. The tale […]

24th Sep2021

‘Creepshow 3×01’ Review (Shudder)

by Alain Elliott

After two brilliant movies (the second one is my personal favourite of the two and I’m ignoring number three), Creepshow has been reintroduced to the horror audience with a TV show on Shudder. After two seasons it’s been pretty great so far and this week sees the first episode of Season three released on the […]

24th Sep2021

‘The 100 Candles Game’ DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Magui Bravi, Luz Champané, Amparo Espinola, Clara Kovacic, Agustin Olcese, Amy Smart, James Wright | Written by Mauro Croche, Guillermo Lockhart | Directed by Victor Catala, Brian Deane, Oliver Lee Garland, Guillermo Lockhart, Tony Morales, Nicolás Onetti, Nicholas Peterson, Daniel Rübesam, Christopher West [NOTE: With the film out next week in the UK, here’s […]

24th Sep2021

‘Takenoko’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Not that it matters really, but I have quite the love/hate relationship with panda bears. My kids love them, and of course I agree that they look cute and cuddly, with almost as many amusing YouTube videos featuring their antics as there are for cats and dogs. That said, their reluctance to mate or eat […]

23rd Sep2021

‘Night of the Animated Dead’ VOD Review

by Kevin Haldon

Features the voices of: Josh Duhamel, Dule Hill, Katharine Isabelle, James Roday Rodriguez, Katee Sackhoff, Will Sasso, Jimmi Simpson, Nancy Travis | Written by John Russo | Directed by Jason Axinn It wasn’t that long ago that I saw Jason Axinn’s star-studded brutal gore fest animated feature To Your Last Death which to be honest […]

23rd Sep2021

‘Blood Born’ VOD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Antoine Perry, Rosie Moss, Melanie Haynes, Laurine Price, Cole Gerdes, Leah Verrill | Written and Directed by Reed Shusterman The script for Blood Born wants to tap into some of the deepest and most primal of human fears and instincts. The desire to have children and the fears of the complications that come with […]

23rd Sep2021

‘Stargirl 2×06: Summer School – Chapter Six’ Review

by Jason Brigger

Stars: Brec Bassinger, Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Trae Romano, Christopher Baker | Created by Geoff Johns What Happened This Week We are at the halfway point of season two of Stargirl, but this episode felt more like a season finale than just a regular episode! Stargirl has been lacking in the […]

23rd Sep2021

‘AEW: Dynamite’ Review (Sept 22nd 2021)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s AEW: Dynamite review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and this whole show is all about Bryan Danielson versus Kenny Omega. Let’s not bull-s–t anybody here. Sting has a match later on and Britt Baker defends the Women’s strap against Ruby Soho, but this show is built on Danielson having […]

23rd Sep2021

‘AEW: Dark’ Review (Sept 21st 2021)

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to this weeks review of AEW: Dark, the second episode of the show to eminate from Universal Studios in Orlando. Yes, AEW is bringing studio wrestling to their brand FINALLY making a distinction between AEW’s various programmes. Match #1: Wardlow def. JDX My Thoughts: JDX gets in a thrust kick before Wardlow takes over […]

23rd Sep2021

‘WWE NXT’ Review (Sept 21st 2021)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s NXT review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have the second week of NXT 2.0. I didn’t realize NXT was a computer program. I coulda rebooted it for them. KICK! I just rebooted mine. Jonjo: I’mma dumbass! Me: Nevermind. It didn’t make it work better. Bron Breakker, who […]

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