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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Schlock & Awe: CHILDREN SHOULDN’T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS

You guys know how robbing graves and desecrating corpses are the most fun things you can do? And you know how hysterical it is to perform satanic rituals to try… more

The Shelf: ENDER’S GAME, SHERLOCK, DOCTOR WHO

Shelf-wise this week, we’ve got a sci-fi book’s long-awaited screen adaptation, a literary character’s long-awaited third season, a black & white show’s long-awaited half-animated DVD release, and a bunch of other… 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
 

DOCTOR WHO Director Christopher Barry Has Passed Away

Very sad news to start the week: veteran British TV director Christopher Barry passed away on Friday at the age of 88. Among his myriad accomplishments over his nearly 50… more

Ben Wheatley Takes Us to A FIELD IN ENGLAND

One of the main recurring themes of horror films is people being messed up in the head and capable of doing twisted things to each other. For British filmmaker Ben… more

BATMAN: Reanimated – Feat of Clay

Batman: The Animated Series just kept rolling out the second-tier villains and making them not only relevant but brilliant. For two episodes following Mr. Freeze’s debut, the series gave us… more
 

Review: A FIELD IN ENGLAND is a Mushroom Trip to Hell

Ever since I first saw the trailer for Ben Wheatley’s newest film, A Field in England, and heard murmurings about it from the press in Britain, where it was released… more

Schlock & Awe: WEREWOLVES ON WHEELS

This week’s film came as a recommendation by Nerdist News’ Ben Mekler. I’d certainly heard of the 1971 movie Werewolves on Wheels, but more in conjunction with Rob Zombie’s Grindhouse… more

The Shelf: DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, ESCAPE PLAN, NIGHT OF THE DEMONS

There’s something really special on The Shelf this week: an Oscar nominated movie, you guys! How do you like that? Also, there’s a very stupid action movie with some old… more
 

SHERLOCK Review – His Last Vow (SPOILERS)

And just like that, it’s over again. Sherlock series always fly by, but this one especially seemed to cruise, I think in no small part because of how long… more

BATMAN Reanimated – Heart of Ice

As if Batman: The Animated Series hadn’t already quickly established itself as being a gorgeous piece of television action animation, and a distinctive and surprisingly grown-up adaptation of the Dark… more

Chris Evans Talks CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

Last July (jeepers, where does the time go?) a bunch of journalists, including myself, were invited to Marvel Studios in Manhattan Beach, CA, to bear witness to one of the… more
 

Schlock & Awe: THE BEAST MUST DIE

Hammer Films were the undisputed kings of British horror in the 1960s and ’70s, but Amicus Productions wanted a piece of the action too. Amicus was most famous for their… more

The Shelf: THE FIFTH ESTATE, CLOUDY 2, FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN

This week’s movies all seem to be about obsession and madmen and the monsters they create. Weird, right? I mean, sometimes things just work out that the world’s collective unconscious… more

DOCTOR WHO – Peter Capaldi’s Costume Revealed

We’ve only just said goodbye to Matt Smith and we’re still over half a year away from the first full episode featuring the Twelfth (or Fourteenth, depending on how pedantic… more
 

SHERLOCK Review: The Sign of Three

My, how time does fly in the Sherlock universe. Only last week, the super sleuth returned from the dead and John Watson proposed to Mary Morstan, and now it’s… more

Film Nerdery: Watch Paul Thomas Anderson Interview Martin Scorsese

It’s always awesome when two luminaries in the film world get together to just talk about movies and stuff. For instance, do you guys know that on the Criterion release… more

Batman: Reanimated – ‘On Leather Wings’

Batman: The Animated Series premiered on Fox Kids television on September 5th, 1992, and kicked off a phenomenon for DC and Warner Bros, resulting in a myriad of other series… more
 

Schlock & Awe: THE CAR

I’ve lived in Los Angeles for nearly six years and in that entire time I’ve been a pedestrian. Yes, as hard as it is to believe, I walk… more

DOCTOR WHO Wins Big At the National Television Awards

Wednesday evening in the United Kingdom, the National Television Awards, a People’s Choice-style Emmy deal, awarded two of its most prestigious awards to Doctor Who. Well deserved, especially coming off… more

Awesomely Bad Movies Faces Off with COBRA

Friends! Romans! Contrabands! I’ve returned with another episode of Awesomely Bad Movies. This time, I take aim (pun intended) at possibly the 1980s’ most unabashedly fascist cop movie — and… more
 

DOCTOR WHO Comics Now Going to Titan

After five years of new ongoing comics with IDW Publications, the license for BBC’s Doctor Who will be heading over to Titan Comics, the even indie-er label known for sci-fi… more

The Shelf: CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, MACHETE KILLS, CAT PEOPLE

The threat of violence is all around us on The Shelf this week. Pirates are attacking ships, mercenaries are invading the borders, and Ed Begley Jr. gets his arm torn… more

Join the Network in New SHERLOCK App Game

Today in the U.K. and next Monday, January 27th, in the U.S., you can become part of the world of the greatest living sleuth with a new Sherlock… more