NEWS – Sci-Fi/Drama Short Film ‘THREE QUARTERS’ Launches Indiegogo Campaign

Three Quarters, the latest short film from A Stranger Concept Films in association with JK::Films and us here at Nerd Nation Entertainment recently launched its official Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign – WHICH CAN BE SEEN HERE! Three Quarters is a dramatic suspense short film with sci-fi/supernatural elements in the vein of classic psychological horror and suspense such as ‘The Twilight Zone’ and ‘The Outer…

FILM REVIEW – ‘SONIC THE HEDGEHOG’ (2020)

I have been waiting FOREVER to talk about this. Not just the movie itself, but Sonic the Hedgehog himself entirely. Whenever someone mentions the name in general, it leaves to a whole wide variety of impressions. During the early 90s, then-video game developer SEGA decided to create a mascot in order to distinguish themselves from Nintendo having…

FILM REVIEW – ‘BIRDS OF PREY’ (2020)

Currently in theaters is Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), the eighth film in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), and somewhat sequel to/spinoff from 2016’s underwhelming Suicide Squad. Nerd Nation Magazine was in attendance for the early press screening courtesy of DC Films/Warner Bros., Allied Marketing, and Regal Cinemas.  …

NEWS – Gaming Horror Film ‘LIVESCREAM’ Now Available on VOD

Multiple award-winning horror feature Livescream, which we previously reviewed right here at Nerd Nation (check out the full review HERE) has just seen a wide VOD release on numerous platforms in addition to a Blu-Ray release. From the official press release: Livescream is a feature length gaming horror film from Octopunk Media, written and directed by…

Nerd History (w/ Tom Elmore): Worlds Lived, Worlds Died and Nothing was Ever the Same. The History of DC’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths.”

One of the biggest events in recent television history is the CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths. The five night event encompasses the network’s “Arrowverse”: Arrow, Batwoman, Black Lighting, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. This event is over six decades in the making and is the product of a daring comic book editor,…

NEWS – Guillermo del Toro Begins Principal Photography on NIGHTMARE ALLEY

Searchlight Pictures announced that principal photography on NIGHTMARE ALLEY began this week on location in Toronto, Canada. The film stars Academy Award nominee Bradley Cooper (A STAR IS BORN, AMERICAN SNIPER), Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett (BLUE JASMINE, ELIZABETH), Academy Award nominee Toni Collette (KNIVES OUT, “Unbelievable”), Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (THE LIGHTHOUSE, AT ETERNITY’S GATE), Academy Award nominee Richard Jenkins (THE SHAPE OF WATER, THE VISITOR), Academy Award nominee Rooney Mara (CAROL, GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO), Ron Perlman (PACIFIC…

FILM REVIEW – ‘THE LIGHTHOUSE’ (2019)

Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse is a remarkable sea shanty nightmare of a film, fascinated with capitalistic isolation and the lust for power a man looks to hold over another, all played out to a tapestry of black and grays. To the cry of an ominous fog horn we are introduced to our two men, two lighthouse…

FILM REVIEW – ‘JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL’ (2019)

Currently in theaters is Jumanji: The Next Level, the fourth film in the Jumanji franchise (because yes, Zathura does count), and second since the reboot/return/whatever they’re calling it. Written and directed by Jake Kasdan (who directed the last installment), the film sports an impressive cast including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and…

FILM REVIEW – ‘TERMINATOR: DARK FATE’ (2019)

Currently out on home video and VOD platforms is Terminator: Dark Fate, the sixth film in the Terminator franchise, though presented as a direct sequel to Terminator (1984) and T2: Judgement Day (1991) as the film officially retcons all other Terminator-related films and television shows from the canon. “The future’s not set. There’s no fate…