Chris Guerrero

Cubby’s Late Ass Review: Breath of the Wild

I’m the last person that needs to tell you that Breath of the Wild is a great game. It was a launch title for the newest console from the originators of video gaming as we know it. As we all know, The Legend of Zelda is a storied franchise known for innovation and evolution of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Artist Interview: Mark Buckingham

http://www.nerdlocker.com – Cubby talks comics with Mark Buckingham during San Diego Comic Con International 2014! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below! For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else nerd, check out Nerdlocker.com, a place for your inner nerd. Also check us out on: […]Read More

Movie Review – Marvel’s The Avengers

Iʼll be honest, I kinda’ doubted Joss Whedon. Yeah, heʼs a brilliant director and writer and has a great knack for wrangling giant casts full of intricate plots, tumultuous relationships, intense fighting in space and against vampires, pretty much every Nerd’s favorite genre director and the person Marvel trusted with the culmination of the last […]Read More

Dark Knight Rises trailer released!

For everyone who has complained that The Dark Knight Rises has been slacking in the marketing department, prepare to be wowed! To be shown with The Avengers, the latest trailer for the much anticipated conclusion to Chris Nolanʼs Dark Knight Saga has finally been revealed and all I can say is, HOLY CRAP THIS LOOKS […]Read More

Cubby’s Choice

Drive DVD Review One of the most critically acclaimed movies of 2011 is finally available on DVD, Drive, and this Nerd couldn’t be happier. If you’re a longtime Nerdlocker reader you might’ve already seen my review of it from last year. In summary, Drive is a story about a stunt driver simply known as Driver […]Read More

Holy Special Screenings, Batman!

So you want to see the highly anticipated prologue for The Dark Knight Rises? And you can’t wait ’till the December 18 release of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol? Well a week ago I would’ve said that you’d need to do some big favors for the production staff to maybe get a sneak or a link, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Reviews – Red Lanterns #1

Cubby – I have to start this by saying I’m not a Red Lantern fan. I love what Geoff Johns has done to the Green Lantern mythos, including all the different corps and so on, but I was never on board with the Red Lanterns. Personally, I more associate myself with the violet corps of […]Read More

Drive Movie Review!

Drive is truly a trip worth taking. It’s quiet. There are maybe 30 lines of dialogue in the first act. The only way to really understand what’s going on is either by paying attention to a subtle smirk, or the way the actors carry themselves on screen, or the catchy soundtrack that does more than […]Read More

Attack the Block Movie Review!

In what will probably be known as the “era of the remake”, a movie like Attack the Block is exactly what we need. The film is not an entirely original idea, yet it takes classic story elements and combines them in a way that is not only smart and refreshing, but exciting and entertaining. Combining […]Read More

Modern Warfare 3 – Spec Ops Survival Mode – Can

It looks like Modern Warfare 3 is aiming for a headshot with its new Spec Ops Survival mode, and in its cross-hairs is Black Ops zombies. With the release of the highly anticipated trailer we see a few new additions and improvements and of course variations of the ever popular wave-based Survival Game, similar to […]Read More

Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Movie Review!

Flick on the lights and call a friend, Don’t be Afraid of the Dark is more terrifying than its reassuring title suggests. Horror movie remakes are about as common as celebrities in rehab, but none really go above and beyond what the original story was and, plainly, they suck. There are exceptions, such as Zac […]Read More

Nerdlocker! – Green Lantern Review

Amid a whirlwind of doubt and lack luster trailers, Green Lantern simply put wasn’t that bad. We can nitpick all night and day as to why it wasn’t the greatest comic adaptation ever but in this reviewer’s eyes that’s unnessecary. It was a great experience, especially since I got to see the movie in a […]Read More