Ever since Netflix started streaming Friends, I’ve been slowly making my way through the catalog of the show with fond nostalgia. The show was funny, quirky, and spoke to the viewers on many levels. The show managed to do quite a few things well, but there are also a few aspects of the show that ...
“It has been sixty-four years since the president and the Consortium identified love as a disease, and forty-three since the scientists perfected a cure.” -Delirium by Lauren Oliver All the pre, during and post Valentine’s Day drama makes me think where love is not a good thing and the first series that I can ...
This is Lord Kronos, maestro of all things musical. I know you have been wondering what happened to the rest of my last communique. It appears that the Gore Magala from the recently released Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate got hungry and ate half of my last post. Thankfully I have obtained said game and have ...
Let me start this review be saying that I never read the book Fifty Shades of Grey but I did enjoy the film. (Now wait hear me out.) It is not some Oscar winning drama or romance movie. I laughed, not at the ridiculous dialog or the paper thin story, but where they actual placing real ...
Camp films of all sorts were released in the early to late 80’s, covering both the genres of comedies including Meatballs (79), Parent Trap (61/98) American Pie 2 (2005)and the terrors of the Friday the 13th (80), Piranha (95), and Sleepaway Camp (1983). Then there are the films that do both at the same time like ...
Welcome to this week’s edition of Moon Sedai Knows Everything, where I answer questions posed to me by the general public. This week, I’m answering the question “What do you know about Purple?” Purple is my favorite color: it’s bold, daring and royal. It was at one point restricted to only the Royalty. In the ...
“The world has suffered a magic apocalypse. We pushed the technological progress too far, and now magic returned with a vengeance. It comes in waves, without warning, and vanishes as suddenly as it appears. When magic is up, planes drop out of the sky, cars stall, electricity dies. When magic is down, guns work and ...
Hello There! First of all, I’m Lord Kronos and I’m new to Land of Nerds. In short, I’m mostly going to be writing about music and sci-fi/fantasy type of stuff. At times, I’ll probably discuss a little bit of both. For my first post however, I’d like to start off with a story. One of ...
Dear Wheel of Time fans, My name is Anexandros. Those on the Wheel of Time board Dragonmount know me as “Mr. Moon.” I have had a love/hate relationship with Wheel of Time. My wife loves the series. She talks about the series. She is a major contributor to Dragonmount. She does projects and games and ...
Welcome to one of our newest features, “Moon Sedai knows (Almost) Everything.” As many of you know, I’ve been the primary writer for Land of the Nerds for close to two years, and in that time, I’ve written about a variety of topics. I’m by no means the smartest person in the world, but I ...
This amazing archer is a site to see. I myself have fired many a bow and arrow and never considered that I might be doing it wrong. Lars shows the proper historical and long forgotten methods of firing a bow. This guy even out fires the legendary skill shots of Robin Hood.
“Phoenix Comicon FanFest 2014…. Land of the Nerds pictures” From Phoenix Comicon Fanfest 2014, posted by Land of the Nerds on 12/14/2014 (105 items) Lady Deadpool Blackheart thinks Zombies are cool Blackheart and Zombies YAY! Zombies. Steam Crow Pretty small crowd for a saturday Toys! Moon and Blackheart Deadpool Claus is coming to town. Jack […]
Hello, my Nerdmigos, Moon Sedai here! First, I want to apologize about the long absence in my writings for this website. These last several months have been very busy with the Land of the Nerds team, behind the scenes, so to say, and we’ve got a lot of new things that are heading your way […]
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For the first episode of Nerd Beards, Captain Blackheart and Anexandros asked me to look into the history of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. The question my bearded friends had was, “Moon, which came first, the toy or the toon?” The answer is simple: the toy. It began in 1976, when Mattel declined […]
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Last Weekend, team “Nerds of Chaos” entered the Almost Famous Film Festival’s Fright Fest 72 hour short film challenge. We were one of 39 teams to enter, and we successfully completed the challenge. Our entry is a short film we titled “Desert Wraith,” is about a family lost in a desert dust storm. As part […]
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Welcome to the latest installment of Exploring Doctor Who, where I will take a few minutes to talk about the latest incarnation of the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi. For those of you who have been following me for a while, I started this series last year after meeting Sylvester McCoy at Space City Con […]
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At Maricopacon 2014 the Land of the Nerds staff had a chance to play a couple of interesting card games specifically for review for our readers. We played the game at Maricopacon, and generally liked it, but decided the best way to review the game would be when we had a mixed audience of players […]
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At Phoenix Comicon, we had the chance to meet the crew from Valiant Comics. In this interview, David Baron and Josh Johns discuss Dr. Mirage, Shadowman, Archer and Armstrong and Valiant’s origins. Their personal moments of awesomeness are revealed and their actual mythological relevance to the comics produced by the Valiant team. They also discuss […]
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Geek Chic representative shows off some amazing furniture for the gamer that allows a game to be paused for a full table of dinner and then cleared and still have the game unmodified and waiting for the next player’s turn. In addition to tables, the master wood craftsmen make chairs and shelves and all kinds […]
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The story of “I Speak Autism” is the story of one of Land of the Nerds’ biggest fans… Joshua Dillie. Joshua Dillie is a 15 year old autistic boy that has been diagnosed with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and a Seizure disorder. He loves Comic Books, Conventions, Costumes, Cartoons, superhero movies… essentially all the same things […]
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The Arizona Hive of the Umbrella Corporation spent Phoenix Comicon dressed in their Resident Evil cosplay, terrifying and scaring small children. From their website, “Umbrella Corporation Arizona Hive is a non-profit cosplay charity group created by Donald Pease in November 2012. The group was designed to raise money and awareness for the Arizona Animal Welfare […]
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During Phoenix Comicon, there was one costumed model who frightened and terrified the children and crowds: Maleficent. This character was played by model Mo Meinhart, with make-up performed by artist Chloe Sens from Face/Off. Here she is, strangling and terrifying “Harley Quinn,” the son of our Webmaster: In this interview, Mo Meinhart discusses the […]
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Michael Faust of Global Fear Enterprises discusses being on FACE/OFF Season 4. His brother, Matt Valentine, was a contestant on Season 2. Faust covers a wide variety of topics including the tight effects community and the wide connection of his multiple jobs. Faust discusses complications of getting wardrobe/costuming jobs and actor performance with psychology to maximize […]
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