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Top Ten Movies You Might Not Know Were Based on Comics

You’ve probably seen the posters or trailer for the new action-comedy film 2 Guns, starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. It concerns a DEA agent and a Naval Intelligence Officer… more

New “Doctor Who” Lead To Be Announced Sunday

We knew this day was coming, but we hadn’t the foggiest when… until now. The BBC has announced that the actor or actress who will play the Twelfth Doctor on… more

Nerdist Podcast: John de Lancie

The very talented John de Lancie sits down with the guys to talk about his role as Jane’s father on Breaking Bad, starting his career in the theater, his… more
 

Genre of ’68 – “2001: A Space Odyssey”

It’s some kind of understatement to merely say that 1968 was one of the most significant years for social and political change in the 20th Century, or at the… more

Win Some Awesome “The Awesomes” Swag

Don’t fret about the giant evil robots or getting your cat out of that very high tree because Hulu’s new superhero animated series, The Awesomes, has arrived! Created by SNL’s… more

Marvel Returns to the ’40s for “Agent Carter”

On Friday night of Comic-Con, a screening was held at San Diego’s Reading Cinemas of the newest Marvel One-Shot, the series of short films that usually accompany the Blu-ray releases… more
 

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “1990: The Bronx Warriors”

One of the things I love most about Italian exploitation cinema is how little they try to disguise the fact that they’re ripping something off.  George Romero’s seminal… more

Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost Want You to Be Quiet

The Alamo Drafthouse chain of movie theaters (that serve you food and alcohol like it’s a restaurant as well!) has a very strict policy about people talking, texting, or otherwise… more

Kids Battle in Epic Fashion in “I Declare War”

For a group of neighborhood kids, their friendly game of capture the flag, in which rocks are grenades, trees are control towers, and sticks are submachine guns becomes serious, as… more
 

The Shelf: “The Fog,” “The Devil’s Backbone,” “G.I. Joe: Retaliation

This week’s Blu-ray and DVDs have outings from some horror masters, a couple of trips into the final frontier, a return visit to the General Infantry, and the fastest man… more

Join the Singularity with “The Final Moments of Karl Brant”

We teased it on Thursday and now the complete short film The Final Moments of Karl Brant is up on the Nerdist Channel and ready to overtake your memory. Written… more

Doctor Who: A Companion’s Companion – Season One

It’s possible you haven’t heard, but Doctor Who’s been around for 50 years. Yes, it was news to us, too. To commemorate, I’ve decided to embark… more
 

We’re Alive – Season 1 – 3 are Available Now

Before the fourth and final season of the zombie survival story podcast, We’re Alive, goes live on August 26th, be sure you’re up to date on Seasons 1 – 3,… more

Review: “The To Do List”

Teen sex comedies are a staple of American cinema and have been since back in the proverbial day. They’ve changed with the times and become cyclically more and less… more

In August, Join the HarmonQuest!

Dan Harmon has solidified himself as a god among geeks. From the various parodies on Community, he’s shown us that he’s no stranger to the stuff we all love. He’s… more
 

“NTSF:SD:SUV::” Returns with Craziest Season Yet

The series with the most colons in the title by far returns to [adult swim] tonight with an episode entitled “Comic-Con Air,” so naturally the cast of NTSF:SD:SUV::… more

Teaser Trailer for “The Final Moments of Karl Brant”

[Editor's Note: A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. This trailer has flashing effects that those individuals will... more

Travel Into Deep Space with “Europa Report”

It might seem strange in the cinematic world today in which sci-fi movies are huge money makers, not to mention enormous money spenders, but truly there’s not a lot of “… more
 

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “Death Race 2000″

Today’s entry is one of the most joyous experiences I’ve ever had watching low-budget exploitation ficks. There’s no reason anything with this title should be as fun or as genuinely… more

The Shelf: “Trance,” “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” “Kiss of the Damned”

This week’s got a lot of mind-effs and bot riffs. It’s also a good week if you like James McAvoy. However, you might not, once you’ve watched the movies. Trance… more

BREAKING: Nerdist, Tribeca to Distribute Film “Zero Charisma”

This could not be any bigger. Being announced right now at the Nerdist Industries panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Nerdist Industries, together with Tribeca Film, will be co-releasing… more
 

Nerdist Presents a Conversation with… BILL PAXTON

He’s been a Colonial Marine, a U.S. Marshal, and even directed himself as a righteous serial killer, but tonight Bill Paxton meets fans as a graphic novel creator for… more

Review: “Red 2″

I’m not going to beat around the bush; I never saw the first Red. I worried for a few minutes prior to the start of Red 2 that I… more

The Walking Dead Escape Returns to Comic-Con

It was a shambolic, blood-gushing hit at last year’s Comic-Con, and The Walking Dead Escape, the official obstacle course from the hit AMC television show, is back for seconds. For… more