From July 27 to August 2, 2020 30 Year Old Code Leaked (& Older) The nerve of the Nintendo fandom has been struck. Last week began...
From July 20 to July 26, 2020 5 Game Announcements Last Monday morning Nintendo aired a "Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase". The Direct was heavily rumored...
From July 13 to July 19, 2020 1 More Bird Box Netflix Film In 2018 Netflix had perhaps one of its most unusual hits. Their film...
With the arrival of Ghosts of Tsushima on PS4, we take a look at some samurai films to check out for some background and insight into that world.
From July 6 to July 12, 2020 3 more classic Nintendo games This Wednesday two Super Nintendo games and one Nintendo Entertainment System game will be...
Netflix's latest original movie is an R-rated comic book actioner with a loaded cast and some good action. As a potential franchise starter, it's solid.
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Video game prices, reopening production in New Zealand, and long running comic strips in this week's Nerd Numbers.
Happy Indoorpendence Day. Enjoy these patriotic American titles while staying safe at home. Here's hoping it's the last.
In a typical year, the long hot days of July would be the perfect time to sneak off to a movie theater. But, as we all know by now, 2020 is not a typical year.
From June 22 to June 28, 2020 16 Days off the Streaming Platform Gone with the Wind is back on HBO Max. Earlier this month the...
This week on Nerd It Here Weekly, we talk Splash Mountain, Regal's reopening plan, and M.O.D.O.K. Plus, our favorite nerdy news stories from the last seven days.
This week on the podcast, we preview KFC's next-gen gaming console, check out the new Star Wars video game, and get spooked by Saint Maude's release date.
Pokemon, the Playstation 5, and a preview for the Snyder Cut are this week's big Nerd Numbers.
This week on the show, we talk about Gone With the Wind leaving HBO Max, the debut of Destiny 2 Season 11, and our...
This week on the podcast, we talk about the NBA in Disneyworld, the Egyptian Theater, and rumors of Donkey Kong's kidnapping.
In this slightly different version of Nerd Numbers we aim to highlight a few of the important black stories in nerdom as a small way for us here at Nerd It Here First to again iterate our support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
As protests against racial injustice and police brutality dominate the nation, we offer some movies and TV shows that take a look at the very same issues.
Spike Lee, Kenneth Branagh, and Judd Apatow all have high-profile efforts coming to streaming and VOD in June, including a potential awards contender.