Nerdist was started by Chris Hardwick and has grown to be a many headed beast.

 

Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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Pitch This, Vintage Edition: An Authentic 1960s X-MEN Movie

Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class gave cinematic audiences an idea of what the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters might have been like in the 1960s. It’s a really fun movie… more

ATTACK THE BLOCK Director On Tap to Captain STAR TREK 3?

This is a promotion we’re very excited about. With J.J. Abrams out as director of Paramount and Skydance’s third installment of the Star Trek reboot, what with him heading… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

SOS ISLAND: Choose Your Champion and WIN!

The SOS Island competition and survival program is in full swing. The field of contestants is down from 16 to eight and the tasks are getting all the more daunting… more

DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 25

After the campy, mawkish, and largely insipid 24th season of Doctor Who, anything would be an improvement. Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor came out of the gate like a clown… more

Meltdown Comics Celebrates DOCTOR WHO with Free Art Exhibit

How many times has the Doctor saved the world, averted disaster, or otherwise touched people’s lives? Take into account eleven different incarnations in a career spanning 50 of our Earth… more
 

Slasher Showdown: Michael Myers vs. Jason Voorhees

Today is Halloween, and I’ve been thinking a lot about my favorite slasher movie franchise, Halloween, as evidenced by the quite-long history of Halloween I wrote the other week. Despite… more

ARROW Recap: Crucible

The word “crucible” refers to a gargantuan and difficult task to complete, a trial by fire, as it were. It also means a bowl used to mix super hot materials…. more

163 Horror Movies in 2 1/2 Minutes

This is a pretty damn cool thing I found on the ol’ internets. YouTuber and filmmaker Jonathan Keogh edited this super impressive amalgam of clips from, basically, every good horror… more
 

Schlock & Awe: CRAWLSPACE

When listing attributes that would make the perfect horror movie villain, there are several ways one could go. Do you want menace, danger, creepiness, psychosis, or just plain terrifying-ness? Let’… more

See THOR 2 in 3D and Get Five Minutes of CAPTAIN AMERICA

Movie producers and distributors are always trying to give patrons a little something extra when they go see films in 3D, likely so people will be more willing to pony… more

Ghosts Come Home in FOLLOWED FROM THE MANSION

A couple of months back, I shared a short found-footage film called Missing in the Mansion, a spooky and effective ghost story shot guerrilla-style in Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion attraction. Now,… more
 

Fairy Tale Chat with FROZEN Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee

Disney Animation has always been known for taking well-known stories and fairy tales and upending them a bit to create something recognizable as the original text, but undeniably different and… more

The Shelf: MONSTERS UNIVERSITY

It’s a pretty light week for DVD and Blu-ray releases, so we’re going to get all monstrous by focusing on Pixar’s latest offering, Monsters University. How’s the movie? Does it… more

Lock & Load with a HALO 4 McFarlane Action Figure Package

You can’t keep a good Master Chief down. It’s been almost a full year since the release of Halo 4, the record-breaking latest entry in the popular and long-running Xbox… more
 

BREAKING: TRICK ‘R TREAT 2 Is Happening

Big news for fans of cult horror anthology movie Trick ‘r Treat – There will soon be a Trick ‘r Treat 2 to create a marathon or portmanteau Halloween action…. more

DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 24

Season 23 had been the lowest-rated in Doctor Who’s history as well as being a struggle creatively. Longtime script editor Eric Saward departed in a huff and producer John… more

GeekNation Shares Motion Posters, a/k/a Mosters

A great movie poster can, with one simple image, visually represent the entire feature film. It’s almost like they’re moving themselves, don’t you think? Well, friends, this brilliant premise I’ve… more
 

In ARNOLD, You Better Do a Good Schwarzenegger

Getting a part in anything is difficult; just ask every single person working in a restaurant in Los Angeles. Every actor hopes they can wow the casting directors, and that… more

Silent Screams: The Top 10 Silent Horror Classics

Far too many horror movies nowadays depend on the “quiet…quiet…LOUD!” method of terrifying an audience, but that ain’t scaring, folks; that’s startling. Being startled is a involuntary action;… more

Review: Ridley Scott’s THE COUNSELOR

Love, sex, drugs, money, murder, beheading, philosophy – the building blocks of life. Or, at least they are if we’re to believe Cormac McCarthy. The author has made a career… more
 

STAR CARS Presents the GHOSTBUSTERS Ecto-1

Certain movie automobiles are as famous (or infamous) as the movies themselves. The Batmobile, the Delorean, or any of the number cars driven by 007 are among the best remembered,… more

DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 23

1985 was a weird year for Doctor Who. It went back to Saturday evenings, but in a longer, 45-minute version, meaning it had fewer episodes but an equal runtime. Colin… more

ARROW Recap: Broken Dolls

We know the world we’re in; now it’s time to add some intrigue. After last week’s functional second episode, Arrow brought the thunder in Season Two’s third episode, “Broken Dolls.”… more