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

 

Nerdist Podcast: Lewis Black

The hilarious Lewis Black sits down with Chris to talk about the process of writing “edgy” material, the importance of keeping busy as you get older, his shows being a destination for family outings and his newest special Old Yeller! Click on the banner to shop at Amazon.com and support the show!              … more

Closer: A Special Dinner Experience With Wolvesmouth

“We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warmly together and loved each other.” — Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast In San Diego, just… more

“David Mack au Milieu des Fauves”

In 1903 an annual event in Paris began, the basis of which was a reaction to the status quo of neo-classical European art. The Salon D’ Automne became a showcase… 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
 

How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Mario Bros.

I was in the Internet once. Not really the Internet; more like a nondescript building in downtown LA that was a data center for a network of over 3000 servers… more

The Inglorious Broads of Sas Christian

There is a wonderful scene in “Kill Bill” where Yakuza boss Tanaka’s head is abruptly separated from his body and ends up in the hands of O-Ren Ishii as… more

Don’t Fear the (Bunny) Reaper

Yes, Nerdist readers, I have interrupted my brief respite from blogging for some non-covert self promotion, but, on the other hand, it’s a fantastic tip on a show opening… more
 

Wizards, and Wookies, and Replicants, oh my!

As a product of the 70’s and 80’s, the defining impressions I have of many of  the really important movies of my childhood are all the product of… more

In Detention with Greg “Craola” Simkins, Goethe, and John Hughes

Being able to look at the world and not only re-imagine it, but also re-cast it, is a talent few of us are able to maintain once the pragmatism of… more

Adolf Hitler vs Chilly Willy

Tex Avery once said: “In a cartoon, you can do anything.” That overlying idea has thankfully permeated creators and artists in multiple mediums, and allowed surrealism, Dadaism, conceptualism, and the… more
 

Don’t Enter Room 237 : The Forbidden Art of Damian Loeb

I don’t know if it’s the inertia of pop culture or the degradation of the general population’s interest in traditional culture, but somewhere along the way they… more

Teenage Dreams, Blackouts, and Unknown Pleasures

I don’t think it would be a real large leap of faith to guess that the new Katy Perry album will be an artless heap of bubble gum, nor… more

Superfine: The art of Colin Christian

If you were able to teleport yourself and materialize in an intersection that happened to be where “2001”, “Barbarella”, and “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls” met, you would be… more
 

there is no brush

Maelstroms of colors whipping together like a Hubble shot of Jupiter’s atmosphere. Incongruous hues flowing harmoniously; magentas licking veridians, azures flush with chartreueses working together and the heady collision of… more

Once again back is the incredible art animal.

I am an unabashed art nerd, art geek, or whatever you choose to call me, it’s true whichever way you look at it. Art is the one all consuming passion… more
 
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