Nerdlocker Movie Review: John Wick 3

Thank God (or maybe more appropriately the Devil) for John Wick. In a cinematic landscape where most action we see is computer generated gods with unlimited power leveling cities with a clenched fist or decimating half of all life with the snap of their fingers, there needs to be a John Wick. Not that there’s […]Read More

DesignerCon 2018 Exhibitor Preview

  It seems like forever since I’ve been to a new con. When I found out the exhibitor lineup of this year’s DesignerCon 2018 I knew I had to make it this year. With Mondo deciding to not hold a convention this year I guess their schedule opened up and they decided to bring some […]Read More

Taking It Easy At Rose City Comic Con 2018

Sometimes you feel like having a stress free con. I have a tendency to try to pack in as much as I can when going to conventions. There’s so much to do, buy, and see that it can get so overwhelming and you end up not taking in the experience completely. So for this year’s […]Read More

Nerdlocker Visits HorrorHound Weekend 2018

So I had the opportunity to attend HorrorHound Weekend again this year that took place at the Sharonville Convention Center in Cincinnati on March 23-25, 2018. I was accompanied by my good friend Andy Kallas, his 7 yr old daughter Delilah and my son Michael Jr. When we hit the con on Friday the queue for wristbands […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Isle Of Dogs

Funny, whimsical, heart-breaking, witty, sometimes problematic. That’s right, we’ve got a new Wes Anderson film. This time around Anderson revisits his love of stop-motion animation to bring us the tale of a young boy, his lost dogs and a pack of other dogs who make it their mission to reunite the pair and get into […]Read More

GHOST STORIES – Neil’s Short Film Reviews!

Meet Neil. He does our short film reviews. Neil is a film geek from the UK and will be reviewing new movies as they emerge, blinking into the cold English winter. It may not actually be winter there yet (we don’t have winter in Las Vegas), but you get the idea. GHOST STORIES – March […]Read More

SXSW 2018 Film Review: Blindspotting

It’s often said that out of harsh times some of the best art is created. The way and shape of things causing people to look creatively inward and really tap into what they want to express can make for art thats universal and compelling and inspiring; a cultural moment addressing things that need addressing. For […]Read More

Batman: The Animated Series Mondo Gallery Review

This afternoon, my dashing date and I entered the courtyard behind Mondo for their current gallery, Batman: The Animated Series. By date, I’m referring to Littles. When I say dashing, he immediately took to the sweet women working the sign in table for Fons PR, informing them that he is a very big fan of […]Read More

Thoroughbreds – A Speaking of Boobs film review

This is going to be brief. I prefer a quiet suspense, where you can’t lay your bets. It’s extremely difficult to share a review on a film I enjoyed like a dirty little secret. I want it to stay mine, but I want others to understand why. I’d arrived with a five-minute delay from weather and […]Read More

Nerdlocker Film and Family Day Review: Early Man

I’d like to start off with a special thanks to Fons PR for hosting such a fun early screening event. Biggs and Smalls both enjoyed decorating their own pet rocks, listening to Austin School of Rock perform, and now are proud owners of some snazzy Early Man shirts. Gareth Witte and Kenneth Haney of Triad […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Mystery Tube Sale!

Grey Matter Art is back with their annual Black Friday Mystery Tube Sale! The sale will start on Friday, November 24th at 1PM EST, and have a limited number of tubes available. In addition to our sold-out posters, they are also offering some rare and sold-out sets, test prints, and signed posters from creators and […]Read More

Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin!

I’ll never forget the first time I watched Dawn of the Dead, A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Thing, or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I was utterly terrified, but compelled to keep watching as I peered from behind a pillow. Or the last time I put down a Stephen King book and then immediately checked […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Presents Spider-Man by Andy Fairhurst

Spider-Man is supremely popular, but rarely treated with the respect he deserves. For a prime example, check out the Maximum Clonange storyline during the ’90s. Needless to say, it was not good. So it’s always refreshing to see an artist capture the essence of the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man freely swinging through New York City with […]Read More

TRAGEDY GIRLS Opens In Austin on 10/27, read our review

  Alexandra Shipp and Brianna Hildebrand make us love the relationship between these two psychopaths Best friends Sadie and McKayla are on a mission to boost their social media fandom as amateur crime reporters hot on the trail of a deranged local serial killer. After they manage to capture the killer and secretly hold him hostage, […]Read More