Chase Gifford

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"Cinema is the most beautiful fraud in the world"-Jean-Luc Godard

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Carrie

Dear Hollywood, If you want people to like the idea of remakes, you NEED to make MUCH better remakes. Until then, until you pull your heads out of your asses, no one will ever be accepting of them. So, either do better or just stop it. Sincerely, Everyone, ever I wanted to like this, I […]Read More

Nerdlocker T.V. Review: American Horror Story Coven

*SPOILERS ABOUND!* This is meant only for those that are up to date on the show. DO NOT read on if you aren’t. I am writing spoiler filled reviews in hopes of creating a debate/conversation for each episode. No insulting comments will be allowed. Positive comments only! Episode 301: Bitchcraft In this new season of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Gravity

Unfortunately when a film is this hyped up the final product is almost never what it’s been said to be. But on rare occasions a film with hype fulfills everything it promised to be and Gravity is a prime example of this. This film is, quite simply put, mesmerizing. This is what going to the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Scenic Route

As I watched Scenic Route I couldn’t help but think about how similar the basic premise for this film is to another film I reviewed, Prince Avalanche. It is two guys in the middle of nowhere learning new things and finding out old details about one another. What’s funny about this are the goals of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: We Are What We Are

Remakes… whether you welcome them or loathe them they are a major part of film these days. The concept of originality seems to give the executives in Hollywood a headache. While I love new, original stories, remakes can on rare occasions be an excellent re-imagining. I have never seen the original film titled Somos lo […]Read More

Nerdlocker T.V. Review: Sons Of Anarchy Season 6

*SPOILERS ABOUND!* This is meant only for those that are up to date on the show. DO NOT read on if you aren’t. I am writing spoiler filled reviews in hopes of creating a debate/conversation for each episode. No insulting comments will be allowed. Positive comments only! Episode 605: The Mad King Heavy lies the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Captain Phillips

For over two hundred years an American cargo ship had never been hijacked; in 2009, that all changed. From the director of The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, and United 93 comes another exhilarating film that is daring and realistic as it looks into the true story of the hijacking of a cargo ship captained by […]Read More

Nerdlocker T.V. Review: Sons Of Anarchy Season 6

*SPOILERS ABOUND!* This is meant only for those that are up to date on the show. DO NOT read on if you aren’t. I am writing spoiler filled reviews in hopes of creating a debate/conversation for each episode. No insulting comments will be allowed. Positive comments only! Episode 604: Wolfsangel And the pile heightens even […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: RUSH

No matter how hard I try, I can never hear Ron Howard’s name and not think of The Andy Griffith Show. That innocent little boy running next to his T.V. dad, picking up a rock and skipping it in the water as that famous whistled tune plays. Now, all grown up, Opie is directing very […]Read More

Nerdlocker T.V. Review: Sons Of Anarchy Season 6

*SPOILERS ABOUND!* This is meant only for those that are up to date on the show. DO NOT read on if you aren’t. I am writing spoiler filled reviews in hopes of creating a debate/conversation for each episode. No insulting comments will be allowed. Positive comments only! Episode 603: Poenitentia As with any season of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Blue Caprice

In 2002 two men wreaked havoc on the cities of Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia by murdering ten people with a sniper rifle. They traveled around in a 1990 blue Chevrolet Caprice sedan, firing their rifle from a makeshift hole in the back of their vehicle. They would pick random targets, shoot them, and simply […]Read More

Nerdlocker T.V. Review: Sons of Anarchy Season 6

*SPOILERS ABOUND!* This is meant only for those that are up to date on the show. DO NOT read on if you aren’t. I am writing spoiler filled reviews in hopes of creating a debate/conversation for each episode. No insulting comments will be allowed. Positive comments only! Episode 602: One One Six The pile just […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Prisoners

Police procedurals have been done and done again. While this film doesn’t break a whole lot of new ground, it really shines in the performances of its phenomenal cast. They are given a script with familiar elements and they mold them in a way that makes the film feel fresh and yet still very dark […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Insidious – Chapter 2

James Wan, the man who brought the world the start of the Saw franchise… Who would have ever thought that the person behind a franchise that is infamously known as “torture porn” would be able to create such smart, genuinely creepy films as the first Insidious, The Conjuring, and now Insidious: Chapter 2? Wan is […]Read More

Nerdlocker T.V. Review: Sons of Anarchy Season 6

*SPOILERS ABOUND!* This is meant only for those that are up to date on the show. DO NOT read on if you aren’t. I am writing spoiler filled reviews in hopes of creating a debate/conversation for each episode. No insulting comments will be allowed. Positive comments only! Season 5 Recap: Early in the season, tragedy […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Riddick

First it was Pitch Black in 2000, which I consider to be a classic sci-fi film. It was then followed with the bigger budgeted The Chronicles of Riddick in 2004. Now, after a 9 year hiatus, the famous space outlaw has returned in the next installment appropriately titled, Riddick. This time around the writer/director of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Closed Circuit

Privacy is a wonderful fantasy these days; it’s something we all wish to have. But there is something I always say: Wish in one hand and crap in the other, see which one fills up quicker. Now, take a world that is monitored 24/7 and give this enormous power to the corrupt, and what you […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Prince Avalanche

With such an obscure premise it’s truly a testament to all involved that this actually works. Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star as two ostensibly different types of people forced into a situation that requires interaction between them. It’s a simple story and a tiny cast. Any success this may have will depend on the […]Read More