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I grew up on Kung Fu theater movie weekends, a lot of Top Ramen Noodles, G.I. Joe's, Evil Knivels Stunt Cycle and Stretch Armstrong. My Movie reviews and Artist Interviews have been a regular around Nerdlocker.com. Follow me on Twitter @arainbolt. or email me aaron@nerdlocker.com

Hero Complex Gallery: I am the law / A life

Please join Hero Complex Gallery for an art tribute to cops and criminals, authority figures, buddy cop films, cons, prison films, gangsters, heists, gangs, westerns, spies, murders, whodunits, private eyes, and so much more!!! Pretty much anything that represents figures of authority and/or criminal intentions counts! Details for the show: Who: Hero Complex Gallery What: […]Read More

Would you invite THE GUEST into your home?

A soldier (Dan Stevens) introduces himself to the Peterson family, claiming to be a friend of their son who died in action. After the young man is welcomed into their home, a series of accidental deaths seem to be connected to his presence. From the director of YOU’RE NEXT and featuring a standout, badass performance from Dan […]Read More

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero – Kaare Andrews – Interview

INTERVIEW BY NICK KEWL Amongst the chaotic spectrum of the comic book universe, Kaare Andrews erupted from this medium by making a name for himself.  This includes Iron First, and Incredible Hulk along with countless other Marvel novels that made him a notable artist in the industry.  While being an artist, it’s always complicated to […]Read More

Mondo Gallery: Mobile Loaves & Fishes Art Gallery

MONDO GALLERY OPENS ITS DOORS TO MOBILE LOAVES & FISHES I’ve been a patron of the Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo for years. Traditionally they have catered to a relatively affluent crowd, patrons willing to spend their disposable income on movies and movie related art. As much as I have enjoyed what they’ve done in the […]Read More

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Movie Review

I’m a little torn on what to say about Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. It’s incredibly entertaining, the special effects are intricate and detailed (really a feat in and of themselves), the performances rock solid, the story moves along at a rapid pace, and the script thankfully avoids a lot of cliches and […]Read More

Rob Jones and his “Grief”

  I had a chance to Face-time for a bit with Grammy award winner Rob Jones tonight to ask him a few questions about his upcoming show Grief: A Solo Exhibition by Rob Jones. The opening reception will be on Thursday, July 17th from 6pm to 10pm at Galerie F in Chicago and will run […]Read More

Nerdlocker Goes to Austin X Games 2014

I got the chance to check out the first Austin X Games held at the Circuit of the Americas. When I think of X Games I think extreme; and they delivered. There were events in BMX, Skateboarding, Moto X, RallyCross and a lot  more. They had  go-kart racing, dodgeball, zip lining, major league gaming, and there was even […]Read More

Hero Complex Gallery Presents LEGO Memories

Pop culture has a long history of taking beloved relics from our childhood and adapting them for our adult lives. I for one was a Lego maniac! Growing up, I had several incidents where my mom would threaten to toss the lot of them if I left one more sharply edged brick laying around for […]Read More

Jason Momoa Is Aquaman!

What’s trending ? Looks like Drew McWeeny from Hitfix has confirmed that Jason Momoa will play Arthur Curry also know as Aquaman. Momoa had been rumored to be playing the part since last year. I am pretty sure he was still negotiating and needed to keep it on the down low. Momoa is known for […]Read More

Mondo Gallery and Ken Taylor put on an amazing show!

Last night saw the opening of Ken Taylor’s first solo exhibition at the Mondo Gallery.  People who follow Mondo know him for his incredible eye for detail and composition, which distinguishes him among the other artists in the ever growing world of movie/gig poster art.  Known for his iconic posters for Terminator 2, Alien, Poltergeist, […]Read More

Mondo Gallery photos: The Art of Ken Taylor

The last time Ken Taylor was here in town was for his show with Tyler Stout back over a year ago in March of 2013. We welcome him back with open arms and are looking forward to some new art work. From what we have seen so far with his Little Shop of Horrors and […]Read More

Anime Review: Attack on Titan

What do the websites Hulu, Netflix, and Crunchyroll have in common for someone like me? ANIME!!! Not only do I get legit access to some of the best anime titles out there, but Hulu and Crunchyroll allow me to watch Anime pretty much the same time as they come out in Japan. More so with […]Read More

Hero Complex Gallery – HELLBOY 20th anniversary show

Hellboy’s 20th anniversary art show at Hero Complex Gallery in Los, Angeles. This unique collection is simply an amazing representation of the Hellboy universe and will be featuring artwork from over 100 artists all coming together to pay tribute to Mike Mignola. HCG will have the opening Reception on Friday, May 2nd, from 7-10pm with additional […]Read More

Mike Mitchell x Marvel x Mondo Portrait Gallery

Hello there True Believers! Mondo has teamed up with Marvel Entertainment and artist extraordinaire Mike Mitchell to bring us the coolest superhero team-up this side of the AGE OF ULTRON! Walking through the gallery we saw a combination of his Just Like Us and portraits which included fan favorites like Hawkeye, Thor, Spider-Man, Mysterio, Venom, […]Read More

Mike Mitchell x Marvel x Mondo Line Pics!

Photos by Bryan Rose If you see yourself in line, let us know! Stay tuned throughout the day as we’ll be updating the page regularly! Look for our coverage of the actual artwork tonight! For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else nerd, check out Nerdlocker.com, a place for your inner nerd. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Finding Vivian Maier

A mysterious nanny, who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that were hidden in storage lockers and discovered decades later, is now considered among the 20th century’s greatest photographers. Maier’s strange and riveting life and art are revealed through never before seen photographs, films, and interviews with dozens who thought they knew her. The only thing […]Read More

SXSW 2014 Film Review: Joe

David Gordon Green, most well known to the general public for his stoner comedies Pineapple Express and Your Highness, as well as the recently lauded Prince Avalanche with Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, brought quite a different film to SXSW this year. Adapted from the Larry Brown 1991 novel of the same name, Joe stars Nicolas […]Read More