02nd Aug2022

‘Black Site’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

For his latest video review, Kev sits down to review Black Site (not the Tom Paton one). An Aussie-made government black site movie directed by Sophia Banks and starring Jai Courtney, Michelle Monaghan and Jason Clarke. A group of officers based in a labyrinthine top-secret must fight for their lives against Hatchet, a brilliant and […]

29th Jul2022

‘The Black Phone’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

For his latest video review, Kev finally got to see the Blumhouse-produced Ethan Hawke and Scott Derickson child-murdering creepy creep fest The Black Phone. So he thought why not get in the booth and review the flick?! After being abducted by a child killer and locked in a soundproof basement, a 13-year-old boy starts receiving […]

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26th Jul2022

‘Prizefighter’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video review, Kev sits down to review Prizefighter, a movie he first heard about 5 years ago. Prizefighter is the new movie from actor, writer and producer Matt Hookings and his company Camelot Films. At the turn of the 19th century, Pugilism was the sport of kings and a gifted young boxer […]

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15th Jul2022

‘Last the Night’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video review, Kev checks out the Brian Austin Green starring Last the Night, which not only features references to the pandemic but also gun violence in schools AND feels very much inspired by the likes of Mark L. Lester’s Class of 1984! During the pandemic, a burned out teacher on the verge […]

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12th Jul2022

‘Gatlopp: Hell of a Game’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

Back for another video review, our men Kev has recovered from COVID and is here to talk about Gatlopp: Hell of a Game, which was released digitally in the UK on June 37th 2022 A group of old friends reunites for a nostalgic evening of fun and games after a decade apart. After one too […]

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30th Jun2022

Video Review: ‘007: No Time to Die’ Micro Scalextric set

by Kevin Haldon

It seems unfair that James Bond 007 seems to have all the fun, racing around in top-of-the-range sports cars, chasing supervillains to stop them from carrying out their plans for world domination – and scratching up the bodywork and worse without batting an eye. Well, now’s your chance to do the same, with the help […]

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29th Jun2022

Video Review: ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video, Kev reviews Everything Everywhere All At Once. From the makers of Swiss Human Man we have a new multiversal complex tale of one woman’s struggle to save her laundromat and more importantly the world. Check out our written review of the film right here. With her laundromat teetering on the brink […]

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28th Jun2022

Video Review: ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video, Kev reviews the new Nicholas Cage flick The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. Check out our written review of the film right here. Unfortunately, Hollywood mega-star Nicolas Cage, is with his back to the wall. Drowning in debt after an ugly divorce, Nick is willing to try everything to get his career […]

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03rd May2022

Video Review: ‘Cop Secret’ – Bad Boys with a sprinkling of romance!

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video, Kev reviews Cop Secret – a movie out of Iceland that pays homage to every 80s and 90s action movie you know and love while still remaining completely original in its own right. COP SECRET recasts the buddy cop action genre in Iceland, where Bussi, a tough ‘Super Cop’, begins to […]

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26th Apr2022

Video Review: ‘The Contractor’ – Chris Pine, Ben Foster & Jack Bauer… Sounds great Right? RIGHT??

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video review, Kev checks out Amazon Prime Original The Contractor. Chris Pine and Ben Foster team up again and take a job from Jack Bauer behind enemy lines. but is it worth your time? After being involuntarily discharged from the U.S. Special Forces, James Harper (Pine) decides to support his family by […]

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19th Apr2022

Video Review: ‘No Exit’ – How far would you go for a stranger?

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video review, Kev checks out frosty thriller No Exit, which is based on the book of the same name and stars Havana Rose Liu, Danny Ramirez, David Rysdahl and Dennis Haysbert. A young woman breaks out of rehab and hot wires a car so she can visit her sick mother, gets stuck […]

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15th Apr2022

Video Review: ‘Bull’ – Bullsh*t or the Good Sh*t?

by Kevin Haldon

For his latest video review, Kevin sits down once again to talk about the new British revenge thriller Bull, which is written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams (London to Brighton, Cherry Tree Lane) and stars Neil Maskell (Peaky Blinders) in the titular role. Bull mysteriously returns home after a 10-year absence to seek revenge […]

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08th Apr2022

Video Review: ‘Gold’ – Is This A Golden Nugget?

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video, Kevin sits down once again to talk about the new Zac Efron flick Gold. Written and directed by Anthony Hayes, Gold is at its heart a story about what people will put themselves through in promise of something better… When two drifters are travelling through the South Australian desert, they stumble […]

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01st Apr2022

Video Review: ‘Assailant’ – Apologise to Her!

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video, Kev sits down to review Assailant, the latest effort from Brit director Tom Paton… It is no secret that we here at Nerdly are fans of this director and his work to date but what did we think of his latest movie starring Casper Van Dien, Poppy Delevigne and Chad Micheal […]

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11th Mar2022

Frightfest Glasgow 2022: ‘The Ledge’ Video Review

by Kevin Haldon

In his latest video review, Kevin sits down to discuss the new Howard J. Ford flick The Ledge, a scintillating thriller set on a cliff face that pushes its female lead to the extreme – which screens this weekend as part of Frightfest Glasgow 2022. A rock climbing adventure between two friends turns into a […]

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08th Mar2022

Video Review: ‘Nightride’ (Netflix)

by Kevin Haldon

Kevin is back in the studio to talk about new Netflix movie Nightride. A low budget independent thriller starring Moe Dunford fresh off of Vikings, Knuckledust and the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Filmed in one take in real-time Netflix has truly picked up an absolute gem here and Kev can’t wait to talk about it. […]

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03rd Feb2022

Video Review: ‘A Violent Man’ – A Flawless Directorial Debut

by Kevin Haldon

Kev’s back in the pod cave for his review of A Violent Man, the latest gritty Brit film starring Craig Fairbrass. Steve Mackleson is a dangerous prisoner, incarcerated for double murder in a maximum security prison. We follow, as he navigates his struggle against redemption the system and his inner turmoil, when a young black […]

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27th Dec2021

Video Review: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of new Marvel flick Spider-Man: No Way Home, The third part of the Tom Holland trilogy. THIS REVIEW IS THE SPOILER FREE VERSION. With Spider-Man’s identity now revealed, Peter asks Doctor Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, dangerous foes from other worlds start to appear, forcing Peter […]

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21st Dec2021

Video Review: ‘Krays: Code of Silence’

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of new thriiler Krays: Code of Silence, which is based on a true story and releases in the UK on DVD and digital on 27th December 2021. The sixties, London: hemlines are up, and so is the crime rate, the highest level on record. As the Beatles rule the […]

20th Dec2021

Video Review: ‘Castle Falls’ – Adkins vs. Lundgren

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of new action thriller Castle Falls, which is currently available in theatres, On Demand and on Digital from Shout! Studios. Shout! Factory will release it on Blu-Ray and DVD, in the US, on December 28th. Here in the UK Dazzler Media presents Castle Falls on Digital Download from 20th […]

17th Dec2021

Video Review: ‘8-Bit Christmas’ – A Chris-miss or Hit?

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of new Christmas family comedy 8-Bit Christmas, and you can also check out our written review of the film right here. In 1980s Chicago, a 10-year-old sets out on a quest to get the Christmas gift of his generation: the latest and greatest video-game system. Directed by Michael Dowse, […]

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15th Dec2021

Video Review: ‘Deadly Cuts’ – An Irish-ting Black Comedy!

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of Irish-set black comedy Deadly Cuts, a black comedy set in a working-class Dublin hair salon where the stylists become accidental vigilantes and community heroes as they take on the gang members and gentrifiers threatening their community. Written and directed by Rachel Carey, Deadly Cuts stars Angeline Ball, Ericka […]

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