15th Oct2013

‘Girl Fight’ Review (PSN)

by Phil Wheat

Produced by industry veterans Microprose, alongside developers Kung Fu Factory (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run, Spartacus Legends) and published by Majesco Entertainment, Girl Fight is the latest 3D one-on-one fighter to hit current gen consoles – this time via PSN and XBLA – and brings with it an array of sexy, semi-clothed, fighters to gamers’ consoles. […]

15th Oct2013

‘Girl Most Likely’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Kristen Wiig, Annette Bening, Matt Dillon, Darren Criss, Christopher Fitzgerald, Natasha Lyonne, Bob Balaban | Written by Michelle Morgan | Directed by Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini Imogene is a failed New York playwright awkwardly navigating the transition from Next Big Thing to Last Year’s News. After both her career and relationship hit the […]

15th Oct2013

‘Raw Herring’ at the Tribeca Film Festival

by Catherina Gioino

A documentary from the Netherlands outlines the journey of fishermen as they continue to fish and live life in a long lost profession. The Hollandse Niewe, or commonly referred to as the Dutch New Herring, is a type of fish that is found in the region and is known to be a cultural tradition to […]

14th Oct2013

31 Days of Horror: ‘Spiders 3D’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Patrick Muldoon, Christa Campbell, William Hope, Shelly Varod, Pete Lee-Wilson, Jon Mack, Sydney Sweeney | Written by Joseph Farrugia | Directed by Tibor Takacs I love a good (or so bad its good) monster movie – as you can probably tell by the number of them I’ve reviewed here at Nerdly. So when a new […]

14th Oct2013

‘KitSound MYFM’ Review (iPhone)

by Phil Wheat

The KitSound MYFM is an FM radio transmitter that easily connects to any car radio, supplying quality sound and allowing you to tap into the thousands of tracks you have on your iPod or iPhone. The device is easy to use, just connect it into your iPod/iPhone charge socket and with one push of the […]

13th Oct2013

31 Days of Horror: ‘Smash Cut’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: David Hess, Sasha Grey, Jesse Buck, Michael Berryman, Herschell Gordon Lewis | Written by Ian Driscoll | Directed by Lee Demarbe Abel Whitman (Hess) is a director on the edge – the edge of the industry, the edge of society and the edge of insanity – and his films are universally panned by audiences […]

13th Oct2013

Panel Discussion #24

by Jack Kirby

2nd October So it took all of one issue for the novelty of The Star Wars (#2, JW Rinzler, Mike Mayhew, Dark Horse) to wear off. I liked the curio factor of the first issue of this new series, which takes George Lucas’s first draft of the Star Wars script as the basis for its […]

12th Oct2013

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: ‘The Asset’

by Mark Allen

Ethically sketchy split-second decisions. A morally compromised but uncompromising, fearless leader. Young, vulnerable women turning out to be not so vulnerable. Yep, it’s starting to look like a Whedon show all right, and while Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. might not quite be firing on all cylinders just yet, its third episode takes a huge step in […]

12th Oct2013

‘WWE: NXT’ Results & Review (10.10.13)

by Chris Cummings

Welcome, one and all, to this weeks review and results for the latest episode of WWE NXT. The show begins with Leo Kruger making his way down the aisle to his guitar heavy theme music, Kruger gets a babyface like reaction though I’m not sure whether he is a heel or a face at the […]

11th Oct2013

31 Days of Horror: ‘Blood Car’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Mike Brune, Katie Rowlett, Anna Chlumsky, Marla Malcom | Written and Directed by Alex Orr Set in the very near future where fuel prices are at an astronomical high and no-one can afford to drive any more, vegan schoolteacher Archie (Brune) is trying to invent an alternative engine that runs on wheatgrass, but when […]

11th Oct2013

‘The Kick’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: JeeJa Yanin, Cho Jae Hyun, Phettai Wongkamlao, Ye Ji-won, Tae-joo Na | Written by Jong-suk Lee | Directed by Prachya Pinkaew The Kick has one hell of a pedigree. Directed by Prachya Pinkaew, who lensed to international hit Ong Bak, as well as the well-regarded Chocolate – whose star JeeJa Yanin is also in […]

10th Oct2013

Book Review: ‘Horns’ – by Joe Hill

by Chris Cummings

I am, unequivocally, a fan of Joe Hill as a writer. I first discovered him when I found a copy of his novel, Heart Shaped Box, on clearance in a little book shop and proceeded to read it in a couple of days without any urge to put it down. From there I went on […]

10th Oct2013

31 Days of Horror: ‘The Disco Exorcist’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Michael Reed, Sarah Nicklin, Ruth Sullivan, Alex Aponte, Brandon Luis Aponte, Danielle Gelehrter, Gio Castellano | Written by Tony Nunes | Directed by Richard Griffin You know exactly what you’re getting into with a film like The Disco Exorcist, especially given that the film opens with a disclaimer that exclaims the producers can’t even […]

10th Oct2013

‘The Walking Dead: 4×01′ Review [Spoiler-Free]

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Andrew Lincoln, Lauren Cohan, Norman Reedus, Emily Kinney, Chandler Riggs, David Morrissey, Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun | Written by Scott M. Gimple | Directed by Greg Nicotero So, its time, it’s finally time. The Walking Dead has been a smash hit show based on its extensive character development and wonderfully gory scenes of zombie […]

09th Oct2013

31 Days of Horror: ‘Dead Sushi’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Rina Takeda, Kentarô Shimazu, Takamasa Suga, Takashi Nishina, Asami, Yui Murata | Written and Directed by Noboru Iguchi This Japanese film, directed by Noboru Iguchi (Tokyo Gore Police, Robo-Geisha), is one of those films that is unique to its region. It blends action, comedy and horror with splatter gore and over-the-top sequences to creature […]

09th Oct2013

‘Silent Night, Bloody Night: The Homecoming’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Adrienne King, Sabrina Dickens, Sule Rimi, Lee Bane, Richard Goss, Kathy Saxondale, Philip Harvey | Written by Andrew Jones, James Plumb | Directed by James Plumb Welsh filmmakers Andrew Jones and James Plumb re-team once more following Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection, for yet another film that shares it moniker with a previous […]

09th Oct2013

‘Dear Dracula’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars (the voices of): Ray Liotta, Emilio Estevez, Nathan Gamble, Ariel Winter, Yuri Lowenthal, Marion Ross, Tara Strong, Matthew Lillard | Written by Brad Birch | Directed by Chad Van De Keere I’ll admit, when the email came through asking if I’d like to review Dear Dracula I was a little skeptical. From the synopsis […]

09th Oct2013

Panel Discussion #23 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

This post is a little outdated, and that’s entirely due to my faffing around and taking far too long to read emails, so don’t blame Jack. Er, sorry. – M Jack I’ve recently been catching up with The Wake, Scott Snyder’s fishy tale on DC’s Vertigo label, illustrated by Sean Murphy, now on its fourth […]

08th Oct2013

31 Days of Horror: ‘Heretic’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Andrew Squires, Michael J. Tait, James Zakeri, Jen Nelson, Holly Fletcher, Will Fox | Written and Directed by Peter Handford I have a love-hate relationship with British film, I’ll admit that. But it’s not all my fault, after all once you’ve seen one East-End gangster flick you’ve seen them all right? Which is why, […]

08th Oct2013

TIFF 2013 Review: ‘Almost Human’

by Guest

Stars: Graham Skipper, Vanessa Leigh, Josh Ethier, Susan T. Travers, Anthony Amaral III, Michael A. LoCicero | Written and Directed by Joe Begos Review by Scott Clark of Cinehouse The main problem with Almost Human is that its poster is almost cooler and more grabbing than the film itself. The feel of the film exudes a […]

08th Oct2013

TIFF 2013 Review: ‘Cannibal’

by Guest

Stars: Antonio de la Torre, María Alfonsa Rosso, Olimpia Melinte, Delphine Tempels, Joaquín Núñez, Gregory Brossard | Written by Alejandro Hernández, Rafael de la Uz | Directed by Manuel Martín Cuenca Review by Scott Clark of Cinehouse Considering its title, it may be hard to accept that Manuel Martin Cuenca’s Cannibal was one of the most […]

08th Oct2013

‘WWE RAW’ Results & Review (07.10.13)

by Chris Cummings

We are one day removed from WWE’s Battleground pay per view that went off the air with a no-contest after Big Show knocked out both of the main event performers. This should be interesting, welcome to this week’s RAW review. The show opens with Stephanie McMahon making her way to the ring. She climbs in […]

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