Almighty Thor


Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Thor in particular, are furiously nodding their heads in agreement. Chris Hemsworth recently shared his exciting vision for the future of Thor: Ragnarok and it has fans of the mighty Avenger saying, “Verily, we shall align our cause with yours and charge forth with you into the third installment of your flowery speech-saturated franchise, Chris, He-who-is…Worthy of… uh, Being-Hemmed…” (more…)

Welcome bastards to another installment of NerdBastards’ weekly DVD Tuesday feature. We list what came out today and recommend if it’s either a BUY, RENT, or PASS.

This week we have one release that stars an actress that we all would love to bang while the Old is New section is filled with individual disk release of a Blu-ray box set that came out last year. TV Show DVD features everybody’s favorite doctor and a classic 80’s cartoon while the Straight to Shelves lists The Asylum’s newest film that is ripoff of Marvel’s newest film that came out last week.

So click on the Read More button to see what came out and see if there’s anything you want to watch!



Not interested in Marvel’s upcoming Thor movie? Then what the fuck is wrong with you!?! Sorry about my language there as I’m sure most of our wonderful readers here at NerdBastards are excited for the Kenneth Branagh film. But just in case there are some folks that don’t have much interest in Marvel’s rendition of the Norse god of thunder, then The Asylum might have something for you.

In just a week and half before Marvel’s flick comes out, The Asylum will be releasing their “mockbuster,” the  Almighty Thor, directed by Christopher Ray, who also directed the upcoming Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus flick (sequel of Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus). Here is what you can expect from the film:

When the demon god Loki destroys the fortress of Valhalla and steals the Hammer of Invincibility, only the young hero Thor can protect Earth from Armageddon.

The film will star Cody Deal (pretty much his first starring role) as Thor, Richard Grieco (21 Jump Street) as Loki, and Kevin Nash (yes, the wrestler) as Odin. Patricia Velasquez, Nicole Fox, Lauren Halperin are also part of the film’s cast.

While The Asylum may not have the greatest film catalog, they do have a few gems within the pile of shit they are known for. You could probably expect this flick to be on Syfy sometime around the time Marvel’s Thor hits the theater.

Source: Bleeding Cool