TV REVIEW – ‘GAME OF THRONES’ (Season 8/2019)

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you’ve by now heard all about the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. HBO’s ratings juggernaut has become as much a cultural phenomenon as it has a successful television show, complete with everything that entails. From merchandise, cosplayers, and of course internet…

NEWS – Horror Short Film ‘DEPARTMENT 666’ Launches Indiegogo Campaign

Department 666, 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. Department 666 is a horror/suspense short film in the vein of classic psychological horror and suspense such as ‘The Twilight Zone’ and ‘The Outer Limits’.…

NEWS – Horror/Comedy Short Film ‘THE DEVIL’S LETTUCE 2’ Launches Indiegogo Campaign

The Devil’s Lettuce 2: Edible Evil, the newest short film from A Stranger Concept Films in association with us here at Nerd Nation Entertainment has launched its official Indiegogo campaign (which can be seen HERE). The Devil’s Lettuce 2: Edible Evil is the sequel to the multi-award-winning 2016 short film: ‘The Devil’s Lettuce’ from director Adam York and writer/producer…

CONVENTION REPORT: Con Nooga 2017 (Chattanooga, TN)

Every late February, the Nerd Nation team makes our annual trek over the Great Smoky Mountains and down into the Tennessee Valley to invade one of our absolute favorite conventions… the one and only Con Nooga.   Held annually at the Chattanooga Convention Center and Chattanooga Choo-Choo Hotel in Chattanooga, TN, this marked the tenth…

FILM REVIEW – ‘A CURE FOR WELLNESS’ (2017)

Every now and then a film comes along that just completely manages to fly under my radar. Despite my admittedly enthusiastic, if not outright obsessive, consumption of all things cinema – particularly in the horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genres – for whatever reason, I just never see or hear anything about some films until they…