23rd Feb2018

‘Attack on Titan: Season 2′ Blu-ray Review

by Xenia Grounds

When Attack on Titan debuted in 2013, it became one of the most mainstream animes this decade. Fans from all corners of the world loved this show and it wasn’t hard to understand why. Attack on Titan had plenty of intense action, horror, great characters and an engaging story with many twists and turns. However, […]

23rd Feb2018

‘Rad Rodgers’ Review (PS4)

by Emma Rees

Rad Rodgers is a 3D platformer inspired by games from the early nineties, such as: Conker the Squirrel on the Nintendo 64, Commander Keen on MS DOS and Ruff ‘n’ Tumble back on the Commodore Amiga. Those who played Conker the Squirrel will remember it for resembling a cute, kid friendly platformer that was actually […]

22nd Feb2018

‘Bad Apples’ VOD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Brea Grant, Graham Skipper, Andrea Collins, Danielle Reverman, Hannah Prichard, Alycia Lourim, Heather Vaughn, Diane Goldner, Richard Riehle, Miles Dougal, Sandy Stoltz, Kire Horton, Sara Parrish, Jasmine St. Clair, Heather Dorff | Written and Directed by Bryan Coyne It’s Halloween night, and two “bad apples” decide to play some wicked tricks on the one […]

22nd Feb2018

‘Black Wake’ Review

by Rupert Harvey

Stars: Nana Gouvea, Tom Sizemore, Eric Roberts, Vincent Pastore, Chuck Zito | Written by Jeremiah Kipp, Jerry Janda, Carlos Keyes | Directed by Jeremiah Kipp The end credits bloopers and outtakes oat the end of Black Wake suggest that what we just watched was meant to be tongue-in-cheek. Yeah, right. This shockingly bad body shocker […]

22nd Feb2018

Game On! Review: Go Nuts for Donuts! (Gamewright)

by Jason Brigger

A little about our family… My wife and I love playing board games, card games and any tabletop game that we can get our hands on in our home. Recently we have been teaching and including my almost 8- year-old son and my 4-year-old daughter in our latest game nights with much success. With so […]

22nd Feb2018

‘Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock #1′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Michael Allred Gerry Duggan has quietly been reshaping the Marvel cosmic universe into its past glory. Back when series like Annihilation, Nova, and Guardians of the Galaxy where some of the best books in comics. Marvel must have noticed the success he was having as they have given […]

21st Feb2018

‘Robotech #7′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Phil Wheat

Written by Simon Furman | Art by Marco Turini | Published by Titan Comics Although Brian Wood officially signed off with Issue 4, he has clearly road mapped out quite a bit of the first year of this book, as he continues to get a co-plotter credit with Simon Furman. Furman has been the writer […]

21st Feb2018

‘The Devil’s Well’ Review

by Rupert Harvey

Stars: Bryan Manley Davis, Anne-Marie Mueschke, Chris Viemeister, Lauren Sowa, Kris Manners | Written and Directed by Kurtis Spieler The Devil’s Well and living in New England, it seems. The found footage subgenre shows no signs of giving up the ghost – but, on this evidence, it’s showing plenty of signs of stagnation. Karla Marks […]

21st Feb2018

‘Doctor Strange #385′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Donny Cates | Art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta With Jason Aaron’s run and now Donny Cates, Doctor Strange has finally had a continuously great series. Cates and artist Gabriel Hernandez Walta came in at just the right time as Aaron’s run was coming to its natural conclusion.They have not completely abandoned what Aaron […]

21st Feb2018

365Flicks Podcast – Road To Infinity War: ‘Thor: Dark World’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres. 365Flicks Podcast – Road To Infinity War: ‘Thor: Dark World’ Review […]

20th Feb2018

‘The Rizen’ Review

by Nik Holman

Stars: Laura Swift, Patrick Knowles, Christopher Tajah, Laurence Kennedy, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Adrian Edmondson, Sally Phillips, Tom Goodman-Hill, Bruce Payne, Stephen Marcus, Bruce Herbelin-Earle | Written and Directed by Matt Mitchell The Rizen is a UK indie-horror film set in a black hallway during the early days of the Cold War in 1955. You can tell […]

20th Feb2018

‘X-Men: Red #1′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Tom Taylor | Art by Mahmud A. Asrar Marvel has been chipping away at their X-Men titles hoping something will stick. Every time there seems to be some progress there will be a stumble and we will be back to where we started. Both X-Men: Blue and Gold have had their moments but […]

20th Feb2018

Digital Shorts: ‘Tiny Troopers Joint Ops XL’ Review (Switch)

by Phil Wheat

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at Tiny Troopers Joint Ops XL on the Nintendo Switch, which features campaigns from Tiny Troopers & Tiny Troopers 2: Spec Ops with […]

20th Feb2018

‘Captain America #698′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Mark Waid, Chris Samnee | Art by Chris Samnee Chris Samnee and Mark Waid’s run on Captain America has been everything it needed to be up to this point and more. Taking the character of Captain America and reminded the world the type of inspirational figure he can be when used right by […]

20th Feb2018

‘Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame’ Review (PS4)

by Phil Wheat

The official spiel of Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame reads like this: “Live the adrenaline of the 2017 Monster Energy Supercross Championship with the official videogame. Race on the official tracks with the official riders from 250SX and 450SX to take part in an exciting racing competition!” In reality that description couldn’t be further […]

19th Feb2018

‘Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #3′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Cynthia Von Buhler | Art by Cynthia Von Buhler | Published by Titan Comics I think it is fair to say this isn’t a book for everyone. Dealing as it does with themes of spiritualism and bondage, not normal bedfellows I would argue, and chock full of nudity and sex. However, if you […]

19th Feb2018

‘Kepler 3042′ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Kepler 3042 represents the fourth game in a run of space exploration and/or colonisation games that I’ve enjoyed in the past month or so. I’m happy to use the word enjoyed in this context because whilst space (in general) might be an overused theme, it offers almost limitless possibilities for imaginative interpretation at a local, […]

19th Feb2018

‘Empire of the Sharks’ DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: John Savage, Jack Amstrong, Thandi Sebe, Ashley de Lange, Leandie du Randt, Tauriq Jenkins, Tapiwa Musvosvi, Camilla Waldman, Jonathan Pienaar, Joe Vaz, Sandi Schultz, Melodie Abad, Royston Stoffels, Philip Tan, Neels van Jaarsveld | Written and Directed by Mark Atkins In the future, 98% of the Earth is covered by water and the only […]

19th Feb2018

Berlinale 2018: ‘Crucible of the Vampire’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Katie Goldfinch, Florence Cady, Neil Morrissey, Charles O’Neill, Brian Croucher, Aaron Jeffcoate, Larry Rew, Babette Barat, Lisa Martin, John Stirling, Angela Carter, Phil Hemming | Written by Darren Lake, Iain Ross-McNamee, John Wolskel | Directed by Iain Ross-McNamee “British horror”, as a genre, has never really gone away but in recent years it seems […]

19th Feb2018

Panel Discussion #46 – Bloomin’ MARVEL-ous!

by Dan Clark

Welcome back to another installment of Panel Discussion – this time featuring a round-up of the Marvel titles that have been peaking our interest recently… The Amazing Spider-Man #795 Written by Dan Slott, Christos Gage | Art by Terry Pallot, Mike Hawthorne With Dan Slott ending his epic run on Spider-Man soon, The Amazing Spider-Man […]

16th Feb2018

‘Beyond the Woods’ DVD Review

by Philip Rogers

Stars: John Ryan Howard, Mark Lawrence, Ross Mac Mahon, Claire J. Loy, Irene Kelleher, Alan Riordan, Ruth Hayes, Sean McGillicuddy | Written and Directed by Sean Breathnach Beyond the Woods has a familiar set up, with seven friends deciding to spend a weekend away in a secluded part of the Irish countryside; although this time […]

16th Feb2018

‘Night in the Woods’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Emma Rees

Video games have always, in some way, made us feel connected to their fantastical worlds, fascinating characters, and even other players who choose to join in on the couch, or from the other side of the world. Some games have the ability to suck you so deep into their story ,that just like a good […]

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