We're not evil nor dead, we just like watching movies about it. The girls resurrect their thoughts on "The Evil Dead" franchise as well as answer your questions and give out the answers of what movies you're looking forward to in the year 2012.
* Steven Moffat teases the return of a Doctor Who fan favorite * The Razzies Awards to Make Changes * Dude dressed like the Hulk smashes, grabs and robs NY bank * Hellboy Camp * Slipknot Launches Living Breathing Films * Walking Dead Cast Change * 'Woman in Black' Video Talks Of Creating A Classic Ghost Story * Enjoy the Silence of Doctor Who * Wolfsbane Guitarist Interviewed On 'Rockulus Maximus * Oscar Nominees Are Announced * Jessica Lange Teases Potential Return To 'American Horror Story' * Another Change in Evil Dead Remake
TOPIC OF THE WEEK - Evil Dead Trilogy
SONGS OF THE WEEK Look Who's Evil Now from The Evil Dead Musical At Last by Etta James
After a small break due to technical difficulties, Glenn and Phil are back to discuss your Christmas pressies (and your collecting resolutions for 2012), report all the news that's fit to talk about in the world of toys and nostalgia, and answer some of your questions.
WARNING: contains Desperate Scousewives discussions. Like I say, you've been warned.
Welcome once again to Shhh! Where we give you all the film and TV news that you needed to hear but did not necessarily need or want. This week we ask the vital question – is it wrong to walk round all day in a onesie?
The Talkative Technobot, the Tremendous Tricky has Taken the reins of the Iacon shows, rebranded, Tidied and Totally Taken over. For his first outing, He Takes on Gruffy, the ex host of this very show.
Ticket booking for Europe's largest Transformers, GI-Joe and Action Force show is now open.
Roll Out Roll Call 3 10th & 11th March 2012 Jury's Inn Hotel 1 Charlotte Place Southampton SO14 0TB United Kingdom
Weekend Ticket Pass: £26.00 each Saturday Ticket Pass: £16.00 each Sunday Ticket Pass: £16.00 each
Within this ticket price signings are free*. With 9 guests attending, that works out at under £3.00 per guest on a weekend ticket pass, representing amazing value. *signings are free for valid ticket holder, however if you have a large collection of items to be signed, please be aware there may be a charge.
Special Guests include:
Larry Hama - GI-Joe writer - 1st ever UK show Robert Atkins - IDW GI-Joe artist - 1st ever UK show Simon Gough - IDW GI-Joe colourist - 1st ever UK show Simon Furman - Transformers ReGeneration One writer Andrew Wildman - Transformers ReGeneration One artist John-Paul Bove - Transformers ReGeneration One colourist Bill Forster - Transformers Ark & The AllSpark Almanac Author & Artist Jim Sorenson - Transformers Ark & The AllSpark Almanac Author James Eatock - Cereal:Geek Animation of the 80's Magazine Editor
In addition to guests, we will have presentations and panels throughout the weekend, giving special insight from guests and contributing fans. There will be a range of specially selected dealers who will be offering a wide range of your favourite products, from vintage to current releases. Roll Out Roll Call Exclusives specially created for the show (Weekend Ticket Pass holders will be able to advance purchase Exclusives ahead of the show on a first come, first served basis).
Ticket Pass availability is limited, so advance booking is strongly recommended. Head over now to book your ticket: HERE
* MEMORIAL - Bob Weston * MEMORIAL - Pedro Armendariz Jr. * Best Wished for Tony Iommi * Director Straps On Skis For Supernatural-Yeti-Horror Based On 'Matterhorn' Ride * Paranormal Activity 4 in the Works * A classic (and furry) Doctor Who monster may be back next season * Police Academy Remake On It's Way * Seth Rogen's 'The Apocalypse' To Be Cameo Laden * Celebrity Apprentice Cast Revealed...Hey I Know Most of These Names! * Twister Sister Frontman Talks About His Appearance On 'The Celebrity Apprentice * Wonder Woman Costume Will be Shown on TV * We've Discovered Who Plays The Lead In 'The Evil Dead' Remake -- Meet The New Ash! * Not Good For Twinkies
TOPIC OF THE WEEK - Best of TV and Movies 2011 SONG OF THE WEEK - Howlin' for You by Black Keys
We're back! After a little break for Christmas, Glenn and Phil are back to bring you all the news and views from the world of the 1980s! This week, we talk about what we got for Xmas, and what our collecting resolutions will be for the coming year, plus, all the news from our favourite toylines.
We hope all our listeners had a great Xmas and New Year, and here's to 2012! (apocalypse permitting)
Well folks, with this being the first day of the New Year, it's time to give out the highly anticipated (possibly) 2011 Nerdsphere Network Awards.
Without any further ado:
Unsung Hero Award - NEMESIS SCOURGE
Since day one of the Nerdsphere site, Nemmy has been there in the background, working away to keep both forums and blog running smoothly. Nemmy has been a humble member of the team throughout, fixing links and tags relentlessly in the background, and whilst the louder members of The Nerdsphere may have taken centre stage, it would not be there if not for Nemmy. So, thank you for all the work.
Top Bloke Award - SIMON “HOLLYWOOD” WILLAMS
What can be said of the Soulmaniac? A down to earth, honest man who wears his heart on his sleeve. A man who no single person could say anything negative about? A man who has talent to spare and more, both in his artwork, and in his blog? All this and much more than this author has the ability to say. Mr Williams is, and always has been a treasure to this fandom, and a man that I am proud to call a friend. All in all, a top bloke.
Best Nerdsphere Podcast - THREE-WAY TIE: RANDOM FANDOM, BACK TO THE EIGHTIES and THE OLD OILHOUSE
It seems that half the shows on the Nerdsphere can be classified as “best”. Weather it's Glenn, Phill and The Jer-Bear on Back to the Eighties, Slick and Nic on Random Fandom, and whoever Gruffy has bribed to appear on one of the many Old Oilhouse shows, this can only go to show that good times are ahead for all the shows of the Nerdsphere. Good work to everyone involved, and good luck for the future.
Best Shut Up and Watch This! Roundtable - KAMEN RIDER OOO ROUNDTABLE
With only one vote more than second place (Doctor Who 6.2), This looked to be a close race. However, with Kamen Rider becoming more entrenched in the various fandoms that surround the Nerdsphere, it was no real surprise that this is the show that walked with the award. Possibly there was a certain Internet Personality that drew the numbers in? Speaking of which...
Best Shut Up and Watch This! Co-Host - TIE: JIIDEE and VANGELUS
Who would have guessed the company that Timey would have kept this year for his Shut Up and Watch This series of roundtables? Ranging from this very writer, a Welsh Palaeontologist from Ireland, the esteemed host of WTF@TFW and Captain Stabby himself. It was the two latter who won the award, with a tie. Vangelus for his part on the Kamen Rider shows, and Jii for the sheer volume of work, blood, sweat and tears shed this year. Don't worry, it was someone else’s blood.
Best Non-Nerdsphere Podcast Brand - WTF@TFW2005
Narrowly beating out Full Metal Heroes' Moonbase2, Vangelus and company walk away with the award for best Non-Nerdsphere Podcast Brand. This show has been going since 2008, and shows no sign of slowing down. WTF@TFW could well be the template that all the Transformers Podcasts have worked from since.
Best Toyline of 2011 - TRANSFORMERS (HASBRO/TAKARA)
In a year that unleashed many new toylines (Thundercats) or continuations of older lines given a new run (G.I. Joe), Transformers dominated the votes. Be it the DOTM deluxes, the smaller Cyberverse line, or the sadly now-ended Generations, Transformers shows once again that it's hold on the nostalgia centres of older fans and the imaginations of the new arrivals to the fandom continues as strong as ever.
Best Video Game of 2011 - BATMAN ARKHAM CITY
Sonic Generations came in close, and in a surprise move, tied with Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, but the lure of being The God-Damned Batman seemed to draw in the votes. No real surprise, Rocksteady's Caper Crusader-Em-Up has had good reviews from all quarters, and shows that the Comic-Based Game has more life in it that Ra's Al Ghul on a Thursday Lazarus Pit Night.
Best Cartoon of 2011 - THUNDERCATS
It just pipped Transformers: Prime and Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes to the win. But win it did, and to no-one's real surprise. Thundercats 2011 is a gorgeously animated show, with more world building than would ever be expected. It's detractors have mentioned it's slow story movement, but in the humble opinion of this writer, it's not to the shows detriment.
Best new Animé Series of 2011 - PERSONA 4: THE ANIMATION
In a poll steeped in controversy, mostly due to the sheer amount of animé out there, ergo a lot of debate rose as to our selection process (We were never really going to make everybody happy, lets be honest), it was video-game-franchise-turned ongoing animé series Persona 4 that became the surprise hit, beating popular new shows such as Tiger & Bunny.
Best Toku Series of 2011 - KAMEN RIDER OOO
In a close call between itself and "Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger", OOO takes the award for best Toku series of 2011. With it's strong supporting cast (Secondary Rider Akira Date won "Best Character" over the main protagonist, whilst Ankh won best Greeed), and storyline that elevated itself with each passing month, this was no surprise. Count the medals, One, two and three!"
Biggest Surprise of 2011 - MY LITTLE PONY: FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC
Who would've thought that a reimagination of a popular girl's toy franchise would draft in so many MEN amongst it number of fans?! Dubbed "Bronies", this show has attracted an insane fan following, and has more than earned it's own award right here.