15th Oct2019

Ten Best: Horror Movie Villains in History

by Chris Cummings

As we approach Halloween and the horror movie genre begins to awaken for the folks who perhaps don’t watch it to an unhealthy level like perhaps I do, I thought it might be a bit of fun to compile a TOP TEN of the best horror villains in history. I mean, there’s a lot to […]

14th Oct2019

Watch Now: The Vampi Show – Top 10 Hottest Female Vampires!

by Phil Wheat

Check out the latest episode in a collaboration between friends of Nerdly Black Forest Films and The Vampi Show: Vampi’s Top 10 Hottest Female Vampires. In this very sexy episode of The Vampi Show Top 10, our titular bloodsucker Vampi lists her top 10 hottest female Vampires. From legendary goth hotties to ass kicking, gun […]

14th Oct2019

Ten Best: Things That Will Set AEW Apart from WWE Moving Forward

by Chris Cummings

Pro-wrestling is changing. Things are happening. It’s an exciting time to be a fan. With the rise of AEW and it’s debut on TNT as a viable alternative wrestling show, a competitor to WWE when it comes to the wrestling fanbase, there’s something totally new going on. NXT has debuted on network television and upped […]

01st Oct2019

Ten Best: LEGO Video Games… so far!

by Chris Cummings

Here we go. Video games have been a large part of my recreational life since I was a young nipper and I was mashing the buttons of my SEGA Master System joypad. LEGO games have been something I’ve enjoyed for a long while too, and I always enjoy piking them up and playing them in […]

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20th Sep2019

Ten Best: WWE Intercontinental Champions Of All Time

by Chris Cummings

With the WWE recently celebrating the Intercontinental Title on a WWE network special, Chris takes a look at the Ten Best WWE Intercontinental Champions Of All Time… The Intercontinental Title in WWE has been, for most of its existence, a title that has helped take a mid-card talent and show them off in a bigger […]

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17th Sep2019

Ten Best: NXT TakeOver Shows!

by Chris Cummings

May 29, 2014. The date of the very first NXT TakeOver show. Man… that was over five years ago, and in the time since that show aired live in the WWE Network, we’ve seen so much change. Not just in NXT, but in WWE in general and in the world of pro-wrestling. Going back to […]

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12th Sep2019

Ten Best: ECW Pay-Per-Views of All Time

by Chris Cummings

Remember ECW? I do. Extreme Championship Wrestling was the underground wrestling phenomenon that had a cult following in the 90s and still does today. It was on the fringe. During an era of pro-wrestling that consisted of WWF booking Doink the Clown, Bastion Booger and a more cartoony product (among some great stuff, by the […]

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10th Sep2019

Ten Best: WWE Pay-Per-Views of all time

by Chris Cummings

Welcome back folks. So, being a fan of wrestling means you see the same conversations and discussions going on between fans, discussions that never really change. In all the time I’ve been watching pro-wrestling, for twenty-seven years, the question “what’s the best PPV ever” has come up. It’s all about opinion, really. It’s all about […]

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09th Sep2019

Watch Now: The Vampi Show – Top 10 Bloodiest Horror Films

by Phil Wheat

Check out the first episode in a collaboration between friends of Nerdly Black Forest Films and The Vampi Show: Vampi’s Top 10 Bloodiest Horror Films. In this Top 10 resident sexy bloodsucker Vampi lists her top ten bloodiest horror films. Prepare for a bit of the ol’ ultra violence and kick back with your favourite […]

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06th Sep2019

Ten Best: Things WWE did in The Attitude Era!

by Chris Cummings

If you’ve read my Top 10: Terrible Things that WWE Did During The Attitude Era article you’ll probably know that this article was coming. I couldn’t do a list of bad things without following it up with a list of the best things that WWE did back in the infamous Attitude Era. So, here we […]

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05th Sep2019

Top 10: Terrible Things that WWE Did During The Attitude Era

by Chris Cummings

The WWF’s Attitude Era is a beloved moment in time, and a moment that I was lucky to experience during my teenage years in the 90s. It was a time where wrestling was a smaller product and the WWE wasn’t the only circus in town. WCW was raging on with ratings often topping WWF (for […]

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02nd Sep2019

Opinionated: Who Are The Ten Best Talkers in Wrestling History?

by Chris Cummings

Now, I’ve been opinionated here lately, but I haven’t compiled any sort of list, and we all like a list, don’t we? So, I figured I’d create a list that is purely my opinion but, from knowing how many people in and out of wrestling feel, it will be a series of opinions shared by […]

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22nd Feb2019

Cinema Geeks – Episode 179: Top 10 Films of 2018

by Phil Wheat

Here’s the latest episode of the Cinema Geeks podcast, part of the podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes right here, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres. Episode 179: Top 10 Films of 2018 Today on Episode 179 […]

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02nd Jan2019

Rupert’s Ten Best: Films of 2018

by Rupert Harvey

It’s that time of year again. Let’s not pretend we don’t all love ranking things. Honourable mentions go to A Quiet Place, which made no sense but offered a truly unique cinema experience; Sicario 2, which, against the odds, turned out to be better than the original; the very pleasant surprise that was Bohemian Rhapsody; […]

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31st Dec2018

Faye’s Ten Best: Horror Films of 2018

by Faye Ellis

2018 has been a great year for movies, especially for horror films, from mainstream cinema hits to some fantastic direct to market titles. But it’s also been great for the genre as a whole not just the movies… With that in mind here is Faye’s rundown of her Top 10 Horror Films of 2018: Ghost […]

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31st Dec2018

Alain’s Ten Best: Films of 2018

by Alain Elliott

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for movies. There has been some great films in the cinema, on DVD and VOD and the film festivals we’ve covered have been jam-packed with quality movies. Which makes it VERY hard to narrow down a list of the Top 10 of the year! With that being […]

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28th Dec2018

Britt’s Ten Best: Video Games of 2018

by Britt Roberts

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for video games – from both AAA release to independent releases, across a myriad of formats, gaming has had a really great year. And so has Nerdly when it comes to video games, we’ve really hit a stride when it comes to covering games – Switch games […]

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28th Dec2018

Phil’s Ten Best: DTV Films of 2018

by Phil Wheat

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for movies. There has been some great films in the cinema, on DVD and VOD and the film festivals we’ve covered have been jam-packed with quality movies. Which makes it VERY hard to narrow down a list of the Top 10 of the year! Even moreso when […]

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27th Dec2018

Dan’s Ten Best: Comics of 2018

by Dan Clark

Let’s get this out of the way right now. This list is wrong. Although I try to be as objective as possible when putting it together there is no way to make it completely void of my subjective opinion. So why do this? For one I enjoy doing it as it pushes me to read […]

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27th Dec2018

Phil’s Ten Best: Films of 2018

by Phil Wheat

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for movies. There has been some great films in the cinema, on DVD and VOD and the film festivals we’ve covered have been jam-packed with quality movies. Which makes it VERY hard to narrow down a list of the Top 10 of the year! Even moreso when […]

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25th Oct2018

Imperfect 10: The Alternative Halloween Horror Movie Marathon

by Rupert Harvey

For years now, I’ve been hosting horror movie marathons around Halloween. It’s my favourite time of year: an extended excuse to trawl through the trash bins of ‘80s and ‘90s horror in search of legit gems. To save you the pain of suffering through dumpster fires like Chopping Mall and House 4: The Repossession, I’ve […]

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06th Jul2018

Ten Best: Films Showing at Fantasia 2018

by Phil Wheat

The Fantasia International Film Festival is all set to return to Concordia University, The Cinémathèque Québécoise, and The McCord Museum for the 22nd edition of the festival, which takes place from July 12st to August 1st 2018 and marks the start of a HUGE two month festival of genre film that, fingers crossed, we’ll be […]

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