04th Jul2017

Movies You May Have Missed: ‘Pulp’

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment in our regular Movies You May Have Missed series here on Nerdly, in which I highlight some of, what I think, are the best movies that have flown under the radar of many or have been “forgotten” in the intervening years since its release. This time round its a fantastic […]

08th Nov2015

‘Survivors’ Review

by Mondo Squallido

Stars: Joanne Gale, David Anderson, Adrian Annis, Simon Burbage, Ali Currey, David Anthony Green, Alan Harman, Rich Keeble | Written by Adam Spinks, Laurence Timms | Directed by Adam Spinks 

“Infection Is Coming…”

 Here in the UK, when it comes to zombie and infection films, we are mostly treated to comedic entries such as Shaun […]

15th Jul2015

‘Survivors’ – HorrorCon Trailer

by Phil Wheat

First shown at last weekend’s HorrorCon, here’s the new trailer for director Adam J Spinks (Extinction) new film Survivors, which stars Joanne Gale (Red Dwarf X, Run FatBoy Run), Simon Burbage (Extinction, Pulp: The Movie. Hollyoaks), David Anderson (How To Live Yours, 3some), Adrian Annis (Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Eva’s Diamond), alongside Vanessa […]

11th Apr2015

‘Zombie Resurrection’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Eric Colvin, Jim Sweeney, Danny Brown, Simon Burbage, Jade Colucci, Joe Rainbow, Rachel Nottingham, Shamiso Mushambi, Georgia Winters, Rupert Phelps | Written and Directed by Jake Hawkins, Andy Phelps Opening with a fantastic animated title sequence which explains the basic plot – soldiers return home from war infected with zombie-like symptoms which quickly spreads […]

24th Aug2014

Frightfest 2014: ‘The Expedition’ Review

by Jack Kirby

Stars: Daniel Caren, Sarah Mac, Ben Loyd-Holmes, Neil Newbon, Emma Lillie Lees, Simon Burbage, Dolores Reynals, Ross O’Hennessey, Ernesto Cantu, Angela Peters | Written by Adam Spinks, Ben Loyd-Holmes | Directed by Adam Spinks Yet again the cheap, occasionally effective but utterly done to death format of the found footage film finds its way onto our screens once […]