Archive for the ‘trailer’ Category
Image’s “Small Gods“, the first comic ever edited by one of our favorite (and earliest) Nerd Citizens, Kris Simon, has recently been optioned by writer/director Marcus Perry! The project is currently being shopped around, and should be a great success thanks to this recently-released trailer: Direct Link to Youtube Video And guess what? You can help bring this [...]
As there’s no doubt that if you’re @ SDCC, you’re probably already suffering from Nerd burnout. Too many people, not enough art, too many panels about Nurse Jackie…it’s time for a breather. The coolest bit of business going down in San Diego right now (including SDCC) is the Tr!ckster show (if you haven’t been already). Featuring [...]
Traditionally, the words “Fan-Made” is cringe-worthy no-no in the world of Nerd. However, every rule has an exception This Mad Man-esque opening credit sequence by Joe D! is flat-out bad-ass, with a nod to the era, the origin, and the story. Direct Link to Vimeo Video So fucking cool. Direct Link to Youtube Video
I pray to Odin this movie is good. Direct Link to Youtube Video
More big Mortal Kombat news sweeping the intertubes: It has just been announced that a digital new media series, based on the popular Rebirth fan trailer has been cast. Direct Link to Youtube Video Featuring Michael (Black Dynamite) Jai White, Jeri (Voyager) Ryan, and Darren (300) Shahlavi, this could be pretty bad-ass. Plus it’s a web series, [...]
So ever since the new Splatterhouse game was announced way back in 2008, I have been anxiously awaiting it’s arrival. I was a big fan of the original, and after finally seeing the trailer, my excitement has been reignited. Direct Link to Youtube Video There is just something so appealing about Nerd turned homicidal maniac (see [...]
As a fan of both Michel Gondry and Seth Rogen, I have to admit, I am pretty stoked about this movie. Although the trailer wants to make it look like every other super hero movie ever, I just can’t help believe that the film itself will be something more. Then again, I am always wrong.