9 NOV 2017: Disney Monopoly, Thor Review, and New Star Wars Trilogy

We hinted at a fantastic surprise this week and though we’re a day later, it came in the form of returning co-host Oliver White and new co-host John Ludwig. They join Commander Shipp and Trevor Law to hopefully dissect the mess of news that got released minutes before the show Continue Reading

The Thor We’ve Always Wanted? Thor Ragnarok review

It should be said that you are going to enjoy every moment crafted for the third installment of Thor. It has the snark, delivers on the action, wraps threads from The Dark World and Age of Ultron, all while forging a stronger identity that should last beyond this film. Letting the Continue Reading

1 NOV 2017: Stranger Things, Thor, and More!!

On this week’s SOTNU, Commander Shipp and Trevor Law are joined by new Nerd Union movie reviewer and podcaster Daniel Chaniott to talk about a few news topics, like the DC Superman horror one-shot, Pet Sematary remake, along with recap of everything that happened with Stranger Things this season. Plus, Continue Reading

4 OCT 2017: Punisher and Rick & Morty Finale

This week on the SOTNU podcast, Trevor and Kenneth discuss Nintendo’s release of the SNES Mini console, setbacks with Marvel and Netflix’s Punisher release, initial impressions on The Good Place, along with tackling the season finale of Rick and Morty. You can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/nerdunion.   Continue Reading

7 SEPT 2017: Joker Origin Movie, Defenders, Inhumans, Fall & Winter Movie Preview

What happens when the podcast goes on a slight hiatus along with Trevor and Kenneth having the sniffles, and plenty upset at current events? It’s the recipe for some classic rants and ravings from your SOTNU team. Check our latest State of the Nerd Union podcast were we chat about… Continue Reading

“Is Death Note That Bad?” Netflix’s Death Note Review

If you can ignore the anime, Death Note turns out to be a fun, but ultimately forgettable film among the great Netflix movies that have come out over the years. However, as soon as you think about the actual manga and show, you will start banging your head repeatedly on Continue Reading

“Serkis and Reeves Shine” War for the Planet of the Apes Review

When Rise of the Planet of the Apes came out back in 2011, we had no idea of the emotionally powerful trilogy that would follow. And yet here we are capping a successful and satisfying end to Caesar’s story. How did Matt Reeves transform a story mid-flight into a series Continue Reading

Apes and Serkis Deserve An Oscar

Recently, Fox Studios announced it would be making a Best Actor / Best Picture push for Andy Serkis / Matt Reeves’ War for the Planet of the Apes. I rarely agree with any of Fox’s decisions, but I have to admit they are absolutely right on this one. Here’s why…