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The Battle of the Old, Stupid Christmas Movies

Most of us have some kind of Christmas movie-watching tradition. I’ve certainly got ones I always watch (Santa Claus is Coming to Town, A Christmas Carol starring George C…. more

New “Doctor Who” Christmas Prequel Featuring Madam Vastra

[youtube] Well, just when I thought we’d had all the pre-Christmas Whoiness we were going to get,… 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

Ghosts of “Doctor Who” Christmases Past

Since its return in 2005 (how many times I have started an article with that sentence?), Doctor Who and Christmas have gone together like eggs and nogs. Without fail, for… more

Talking With “Robot Chicken”‘s Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells

In 2005, friends Seth Green and Matthew Senreich created a lightning-quick sketch comedy show using stop-motion animated toys. The show was Robot Chicken, and, despite its humble beginnings, it’s grown… more

New “Doctor Who” Christmas Trailer

We’re less than two weeks away from Christmas and BBC America has released a new short (though, surprisingly full of new images) trailer for this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, “… more

Interview with “Futurama” EP David X. Cohen

It’s not often that a series can be off the air for longer than it was on the air and then come back as strong as ever, with only… more

Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” Radio Play’s All-Star Cast

Something really cool for fans of British things (which I, for one, most certainly am): It was announced last week that Neil Gaiman’s TV miniseries turned novel turned comic book… more

“Doctor Who” Christmas Special Pics!

With only a month to go before Christmas, that also means there’s only a month to go before this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, written by Steven Moffat and directed… more

Space Opera, Please Come Back

The announcement of new Star Wars movies the other week filled me with a bit of trepidation, but mostly a lot of childlike excitement. I’m not merely excited for… more

“Doctor Who” Christmas Special Stuff

Ahoy, all!! Over in the UK on the “Children in Need” special, they, as always, had some delicious Doctor Who stuff for us to chew on, both introduced by Matt… more

DVD “Who”sday – November 2012

You’re right; it most certainly isn’t Tuesday, but if we’ve learned anything from Community, any day can be Whosday. This month has several great Doctor Who releases, so let’s buckle… more

Secret Agent Dad: Interview with “Spy” Star Darren Boyd

Every dad wants his kid to be proud of him, but some kids won’t be impressed no matter what, even if you become a secret agent. This is the premise… more

“Misfits” Gives Super Powers to Unqualified People

We all know that “with great power comes great responsibility,” but what if the great power is given to delinquents? It might take a bit longer to get to the… more

Time to Unravel “Chicks Unravel Time”

With the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who just about a year away, the amount of books being released on the subject has gone up substantially. There are enough episode guides,… more

Idle Worship: Eric Idle on “What About Dick?”

You don’t get closer to British comedy royalty than with a member of Monty Python. They’re like The Beatles to Benny Hill’s Herman’s Hermits. Eric Idle, surely the third tallest… more

Every Bond Movie – Five Minutes at a Time

This is one of the most interesting and coolest mash-up experiments I’ve seen in a while. A YouTube channel called simply “James Bond” has posted a video of all 22… more

Neil Gaiman + Cybermen = Excited Nerds

Raise your hand if this makes you happy: Recently, the BBC announced the writers for the Spring 2013 half of Series 7 and one name on that list was none… more

Some Hammer Horror for Halloween

British film is traditionally known for stuffy, erudite costume dramas and period pieces of the Merchant Ivory variety, and in recent years it’s meant a string of gangster films,… more

Classic “Doctor Who” Screening #2 at NerdMelt Showroom

Ahoy, friends! BBC Worldwide and Nerdist are teaming up again for the second of our monthly series of Classic Doctor Who screenings at NerdMelt Showroom in the back of Meltdown… more

DVD “Who”sday – October 2012, “The Ambassadors of Death”

There’s only one Doctor Who release this month, but, boy, is it a goody. After a brief foray into First and Sixth Doctor stories, we return to this year’s… more

What Happened to Brian? – A “Doctor Who” Epilogue

One question that was on a lot of Doctor Who fan’s minds at the tearful end of “The Angels Take Manhattan” was: What about Brian? No, not the short-lived ABC… more

Doctor Who Review: “The Angels Take Manhattan” (SPOILERS)

How do you say goodbye to people you’ve spent your whole life with? Furthermore, how do we say goodbye to characters we’ve watched for two and a half… more

50 Years of James Bond – The Best & Worst

This year marks the 50th anniversary of a very beloved British screen icon. No, not Doctor Who, silly; that’s next year. James Bond, of course! On October 6th, 1962,… more