Chase Gifford

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

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Now You See Me

I think Now You See Me is only part of the title, I think it ends with… and You Will Wish You Didn’t See Me. It is yet another case of an excellent premise executed terribly. In my opinion the only decent film this director (Louis Leterrier) has made is The Incredible Hulk that starred […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: After Earth

M. Night Shyamalan, the man whose name is synonymous with terrible filmmaking. It seems like he saw what Uwe Boll was doing and thought he could do it even better, or worse depending on how you look at it. Both have put out some of the worst films I’ve ever had the misfortune of seeing […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Fast & Furious 6

When a successful franchise reaches this many sequels the quality usually left a long time ago. With the F&F franchise it went the other way; with each sequel that came along, a better story and all around better film arrived with it. Fast & Furious 4 was the start of this incline which saw the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Hangover Part III

I think I’m in the minority when I say that I didn’t completely hate Hangover II. It’s certainly the weakest of the three but I still enjoyed it a lot. I think now I have an even greater appreciation for it as a lot of jokes in the third are only funny because of the second […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

After a success with the first J.J. Abrams directed Star Trek we all knew a sequel was imminent. A lot of sequels tend to fail in comparison to their predecessors, but every now and then one will come along and completely surpass the first. I’m glad to say the Star Trek: Into Darkness is one […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Disconnect

First Review- Spoiler Free In a world infatuated with technology we can miss a thing or too. Maybe we don’t realize when we are letting someone know too much. Or perhaps we miss that those closest to us might be in pain and need someone to help them. A computer is a fascinating invention and, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Iron Man 3

First Review- Spoiler Free Tony Stark, you know him, you love him; the man, the myth, the legend makes his return as the beloved metal man, aka Iron Man. This time around we find Tony struggling with the aftermath of The Avengers and the negative toll it’s taking, not only on him but on Pepper […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: MUD

I am trying something new here. I will write two reviews for the same film; the first will be spoiler free and the second won’t necessarily be filled with spoilers but there may be certain details you may not want to hear. First Review- Spoiler Free Mud tells of a man named, well… Mud. One […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Pain & Gain

I really have mixed feelings about this one. There were moments that I was entertained and engaged in the story and others times where it was just boring, stupid and way too random to enjoy it. If the structure of this film were to be transformed into the structure of a building it would fall […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Lords of Salem

I knew going in this was going to be odd, but I truly was not prepared for what I was about to see. Rob Zombie is a demented individual that should really see a psychiatrist about the stuff in his head. I’ve seen his previous films, but I feel this is by far his most […]Read More

CinemaCon Round Up 2013- 4DX Part 2

Main Features of a 4D Theater Experience They claim themselves to be the World’s Leading 4D experience but in a field still very much in its infancy, being the best shouldn’t be a difficult task (In my opinion). Enliven the Senses In a 4DX theater the name of the game is immersion, the audience needs […]Read More

CinemaCon Round Up 2013 – 4DX Part 1

Cinemacon 2013: 4DX Absolute Cinema Experience – Part 1 Just when you thought 3D was it, the big finale in film advancement, along comes 4D. Its existence is based upon one factor; the advancement of cinema, to create a more realistic experience. 4D is exactly what you might expect it to be, it is an […]Read More

CinemaCon Round Up 2013 – Digital Play

The Future of Attraction Based Content: DIGITAL PLAY In the world today technology is advancing quicker and quicker pretty much every day. New ideas must be created to bring in revenue to businesses such as the movie industry or more specifically the movie theaters. Some will just call these steps gimmicks and in a way […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Company You Keep

With a reputation like Robert Redford’s I’m surprised he doesn’t get more roles. I’m glad to see a sudden resurgence by him in such films as the eventual blockbuster Captain America: The Winter Soldier as well as a few others listed on IMDb. Until then we have his personally directed film The Company You Keep. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Trance

The more films that Danny Boyle puts out the more I become a fan. It’s been slow, but ever since I saw Sunshine I’ve been trying to watch everything he makes. I recently saw his new heist thriller, Trance. This is not his best film, but it is definitely one to check out. It seems […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Evil Dead

WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS! The movie is advertised as the scariest film you will ever experience. I disagree. It’s not so much scary as it is extremely gory and violent. This is just one f*cked up horror film. I really enjoyed it and I think anyone that goes in expecting nothing but a gore-filled […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Spring Breakers

I will try to stay calm as I write this but that will be difficult. I hated everything about this film. There is not one thing that I recall that was decent about it. It has a 90 minute run time but it felt like a three hour MTV music video. It’s a 90 minute […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Stoker

NERDLOCKER EDITOR’S NOTE – CLICK HERE FOR FREE MOVIE PASSES TO STOKER I could tell from the trailer this was going to be an odd movie but being odd doesn’t mean bad, not always at least. I really tried to like this but I was so bored the entire time. When it tried to be […]Read More