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Nerdist News: Live From WonderCon, Plus GODZILLA Rules and So Does Marjorie Liu

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Three Clips from the MONSTERS UNIVERSITY Blu-ray

This summer’s Pixar hit, Monsters University, is coming to Blu-ray and DVD (and, you know, all the other platforms as well) on October 29th, but you don’t have to wait… more

10 Things I Learned About Disney’s FROZEN

At a recent early press day at Disney’s Animation Studios in Burbank, some of us were able to watch clips of Disney’s new 3D animated feature, Frozen, the trailer for… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM!  UPDATE: Jessica Chobot has been added to the Nerdist Panel on Sunday at 12:00PM! Details below…… more
 

Sink Your Teeth Into a Copy of THE SNACKING DEAD

Let’s say you’re in the middle of the zombie apocalypse. It’s dangerous, it’s smelly, the world is in complete disrepair, and there are undead ghouls attempting to gnaw your face… more

Win THE WALKING DEAD Action Figures from McFarlane Toys

As the characters on The Walking Dead TV show begin to dwindle, their action figure counterparts begin to grow. It’s an inverse ratio. MATH. With the fourth season of AMC’s… more

Rollin’ the Dice with ZERO CHARISMA Directors Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews

Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews may well be this generation’s answer to Kevin Smith. They’ve so accurately honed in on a specific group of geek, and made a movie about,… more
 

And the Recovered DOCTOR WHO Episodes Are…

As was bandied about here and elsewhere, it seems the general wisdom surrounding the recovered Doctor Who episodes is true: two Patrick Troughton stories, “The Enemy of the World” and “… more

DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 19

After seven seasons which resulted in him forever being linked to the show, Tom Baker hung up his scarf and left Doctor Who in the hands of new producer John… more

Drafthouse Pictures to Release Insane 70s Sci-fi/Horror Flick THE VISITOR

This one sounds like the greatest movie I never knew existed. Drafthouse Films announced that this Halloween, they’ll be releasing a bonkers 1979 sci-fi/horror movie that sounds like the… more
 

ARROW Recap: City of Heroes

Arrow has returned to our screens, and it seems like a whole lot has happened in the story in the interim. I always find it funny when a TV show “… more

Schlock & Awe: TROLL (the first one)

For years, Troll 2 has been the high (or low) watermark for terrible, awful, inept, and overall shittiness in movies. Being who I am, I sought it out and watched… more

Les Stroud Talks SOS ISLAND and Survival For Nerds

For the past 25 years, Les Stroud has devoted his life to surviving. From teaching wilderness courses to his own documentary series Survivorman, in which he filmed himself in real-life… more
 

What to Expect in ARROW Season 2, Premiering Wednesday Night

Tonight sees the return of the CW’s surprise smash hit Arrow. Many, including yours truly, were skeptical about another DC superhero program on the network that gave us ten seasons… more

What to Do While You’re at New York Comic Con

It seems like only yesterday we were up to our eyebrows in Comic-Con San Diego and now it’s already mid-October and it’s time for New York Comic Con. It’s four… more

’80s Cult Classic MS. 45 to be Re-Released via Drafthouse Films

Fans of 80s cult movies have reason to be excited; Drafthouse Films, purveyors and proponents of the best and weirdest genre films cinemadom has to offer, has today announced a “… more
 

John Barrowman and Dan Harmon to Moderate ZERO CHARISMA Screenings in NY

This weekend in New York City, to coincide with New York Comic Con, there will be two screenings of Nerdist and Tribeca Films’ co-distributed film, Zero Charisma, possibly the geekiest… more

The Shelf: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, EUROPA REPORT, DOCTOR WHO

It’s a rather packed week of releases, a few of which I’ve even seen, with Shakespeare, space, Loch Ness Monsters, the devil, Las Vegas, more space, tiny people, and stop-motion… more

BBC Confirms: A “Number” Of Missing DOCTOR WHO Episodes Found

I suppose you can’t get anymore official than that. After months, nay, YEARS, of speculation, rumor-mongering and overhearing things at parties, the BBC today has finally confirmed the existence of… more
 

DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 18

After one of the most ridiculous seasons in Doctor Who history (partially saved by one of the best stories in Doctor Who history), the series embarked on a new decade… more

Choose Your Champion on Samsung’s SOS ISLAND

It’s time to let your voice be heard. Yes, it happens all the time on the internet, but now you can shout about something cool. Samsung is launching a reality-competition… more

Missing DOCTOR WHO Episodes Possibly Found

This is a rumor that’s been swirling around for months and we generally don’t like to touch unsubstantiated rumors, but it’s gotten to a fever pitch now and there may… more
 

Trailer: I, FRANKENSTEIN

What a strange sequel to I, Robot. (I’m joking of course; it’s the sequel to I, Claudius.) Here we have the first trailer for screenwriter-turned-director Stuart Beattie’s I, Frankenstein, starring… more

Leatherface Talks! An Interview with Gunnar Hansen

In 1974, one of the most infamously grisly horror movies ever made was released to an unsuspecting but totally welcoming public. In the nearly 40 years that followed, The Texas… more

Review: GRAVITY Is Graceful Tension for 90 Minutes

People (read: critics and movie snobs) throw around the term “pure cinema” to mean an experience that could not exist in any other medium, using all the tools at its… more