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

 

Nerdist News: From the Jim Henson Creature Shop!

more

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “Galaxy of Terror”

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJO07ylhTu4&w=615&h=346] It really is staggering just how many Alien rip-offs there were in the early 80s. It’s possible… more

Doctor Who Review: “Nightmare in Silver”

Writer Neil Gaiman is a massive Doctor Who fan. Join the club, right? In Series 6, he wrote what is pretty much everybody’s favorite episode that year, “The Doctor’… 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
 

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “The Black Hole”

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzUJJKDa558&w=615&h=461] Continuing along the post-Star Wars path as last week’s Battle Beyond the Stars, this week’s Weird… more

Doctor Who Review: “The Crimson Horror” (SPOILERS)

Oh, Victorian times. They are always something at which the BBC excels. Period costume drama is like its bread and butter, which is why I always look forward to Victorian… more

“Iron Man 3″ Review: For Tony Stark, the Third Time’s the Charm

 (Note: this review may contain mild spoilers) The short review: Iron Man 3 isn’t a perfect movie, but it may just be the best Marvel movie yet thanks to its… more
 

The Shelf: Whole Lotta Star Trek Going On

This week on The Shelf, with the release of Star Trek Into Darkness in theaters a mere few weeks away, Paramount is trying to get everybody even more excited to… more

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “Battle Beyond the Stars”

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksJTPdNNQB4&w=615&h=461] I adore science fiction movies; like, almost categorically love them. Even the bad ones, I just think are… more

Doctor Who Review: “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS” (SPOILERS)

In 1978, there was a six-part Doctor Who story featuring the Fourth Doctor called “The Invasion of Time,” in which the final two episodes took place within the bowels of… more
 

Doctor Who Review: “Hide”

The last two Doctor Who episodes were a bit conflicting. While I enjoyed “The Rings of Akhaten” and “Cold War,” there were huge gaps in logic and massive plot conveniences… more

Oblivion Review: In the Far-Too-Distant Future

There really is nothing like the exhilaration of seeing a good science fiction movie in the theater, one that prods at your brain as much as it dazzles your eyes…. more

Beta’d: “Injustice Gods Among Us” Review

Since I first laid eyes on Injustice: Gods Among Us at last year’s E3 Expo, I have been unreasonably excited to get my grubby little mitts on the final copy… more
 

Doctor Who Review: “Cold War” (Spoilers)

Mark Gatiss has always been a Doctor Who writer I find interesting. He’s clearly a massive, enormous, gigantic fan of the series and has been involved in fandom for decades…. more

Doctor Who Review: “The Rings of Akhaten”

When I saw the trailer for “The Rings of Akhaten,” and took in the very alien sets and even more alien… aliens, I assumed it was going to be a… more

Doctor Who “The Bells of Saint John” Review

Hooray! It’s back! Doctor Who has returned to our various screen-types and has delivered an episode that looks so phenomenal it almost doesn’t look like it belongs on… more
 

GDC: Going Hands On with Ouya

From Kickstarter concept to home console, the journey of Ouya has been long, strange, and, most of all, exciting for both gamers and developers alike. Don’t let its relatively minuscule… more

DVD “Who”sday – March 2013

This month, we’re treated to special editions of two of the earliest DVD releases. They’ve been given a face lift and are accompanied by tons of special features, both old… more

Review: “Oz the Great and Powerful,” a Whirlwind Adventure

To say that Oz the Great and Powerful is a risky undertaking is an understatement. It’s like telling the blackjack dealer to hit when you’re sitting on 19. Nowadays, rebooting… more
 

Review: “Tomb Raider” is the Cream of the Croft

Let’s cut to the chase: Tomb Raider knows exactly what it wants to be and executes that vision extremely well, and thank goodness for that. Over the course of fifteen… more

“Doctor Who” DVD for January: “Shada”

This month gave us a bit of a strange case for a Classic Doctor Who DVD, but a very interesting and informative one as well, if you’re into that… more

“The God Particle Complex” Makes Us Laugh While the World Ends

Believe it or not, Los Angeles has quite a thriving live theatre scene. Sure, film and TV are the main entertainment industry, but when you have a lot of creative… more
 

A Whovian Cookbook, Reviewed and Tested

WHOVIANS! I bring you good tidings for the New Year! (Happy one, by the by, I haven’t seen you in a while but rest assured I love you all… more

Doctor Who “The Snowmen” Review [SPOILERS]

Ah, the annual Doctor Who Christmas special; my favorite holiday tradition. And being with family and stuff too, sure. This year’s special, “The Snowmen,” brought us a mixture of… more

The Shelf: “The Dark Knight Rises”

The Dark Knight Rises The film trilogy that some die hard bat-fans never thought possible truly closes the door today with its release on Blu-ray, DVD, and digitally today. The… more