Tags : Chase Gifford

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Coming 2 America

“So you see, my son, there is a very fine line between love and nausea.” – King Jaffe Joffer I’m sure at some point I’ve been guilty of it myself, operating under this idea that if a sequel to a beloved film is made and falls well short of living up to its predecessor that […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Judas and the Black Messiah

“You can kill a revolutionary but you can never kill the revolution.” – Fred Hampton It’s topics like this, the assassination of American activist, Fred Hampton, that make you truly realize that at the end of the day you really don’t know much beyond your own window. I think we can all admit that, at […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Little Things

“Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.” – Stephen King I’m not sure what it says about our society that we find the subject of crime, in particular murder, so fascinating. I suppose it’s because for most of us the thought of taking someone’s life is […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Our Friend

“You were unsure which pain is worse – the shock of what happened or the ache for what never will.” – Simon Van Booy I want to preface this review by saying I may unintentionally get overly sentimental about the subject matter that this particular film addresses. Much in the same way Marley & Me […]Read More

Nerdlocker Series Review: WandaVision – Episodes 1-3

“A thing isn’t beautiful because it lasts.” – Vision After what has felt like one giant delay, a delay of life itself in a lot of ways, MARVEL is finally beginning to unveil its long awaited Phase 4. First up we have what I can only describe as the weirdest entry yet in the MARVEL-verse, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Pixar’s SOUL

“Life is amazing. And then it’s awful. And it’s amazing again. And in between the amazing and the awful it’s ordinary and mundane and routine. Breathe in the amazing, hold on through the awful, and relax and exhale during the ordinary. That’s just living heartbreaking, soul-healing, amazing, awful, ordinary life. And it’s breathtakingly beautiful.” – […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Promising Young Woman

“She was powerful, not because she wasn’t scared but because she went on so strongly, despite the fear.” – Atticus In a year as dismal as this, if no other silver lining exists when it comes to entertainment, it’s the extra room left for the smaller films to be noticed more than they might have […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Sound of Metal

“The deaf believe there is nothing wrong. The hearing believe something needs to be fixed.” – Anonymous While I am not deaf, maybe tone deaf at times, I still empathize with the main character of this film. He is a drummer of a heavy metal band. I have been a metalhead for nearly twenty years. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: POSSESSOR – UNCUT

“Any loss of identity prompts people to seek reassurance and rediscovery of themselves by testing, and even by violence. Today, the electric revolution, the wired planet, and the information environment involve everybody in everybody to the point of individual extinction.” – Marshall McLuhan From the mind of a Cronenberg is to suggest that everything from […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Reviews: Welcome to the Blumhouse Horror Series

Currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Blumhouse Television Presents four original Horror/Thriller films meant to unsettle you. We here at Nerdlocker have reviewed all four films and have them linked here for your convenience. THE LIE: http://www.nerdlocker.com/movies/horror-locker-movie-review-the-lie BLACK BOX: http://www.nerdlocker.com/movies/horror-locker-movie-review-black-box NOCTURNE: http://www.nerdlocker.com/movies/horror-locker-movie-review-nocturne EVIL EYE: http://www.nerdlocker.com/movies/horror-locker-movie-review-evil-eye Welcome to the Blumhouse Trailer: For more info on comics, […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: EVIL EYE

“Superstition is the death of a thinking mind.” – Dr. T.P. Chia Welcome to the Blumhouse Presents: EVIL EYE I have to admit right at the beginning that this movie has left me a bit conflicted. My initial impression was this is one to avoid at all costs. As the third act began however I […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: NOCTURNE

“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary, the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.” – Francis Quarles Welcome to the Blumhouse Presents: NOCTURNE Anything left unchecked can become a hindrance and worse no matter how it’s origins came about. Something as important as exercise can become an addiction if […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: BLACK BOX

“Memories are the architecture of our identity.” – unknown Welcome to the Blumhouse Presents: BLACK BOX Featuring similar themes as The Lie, Black Box is about family and the lengths at which we will go to protect or bring back those we love. In the case of Black Box the main theme is memory and […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: THE LIE

“He who tells a lie is not sensible of how great a task he undertakes; for he must be forced to invent twenty more to maintain that one.” – Alexander Pope Welcome to the Blumhouse Presents: THE LIE It all starts with a lie. A little, seemingly innocuous utterance of words pieced together to deceive […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: The Poughkeepsie Tapes

“We serial killers are your sons, we are your husbands, we are everywhere. And there will be more of your children dead tomorrow.” – Ted Bundy The Poughkeepsie Tapes has been something I’ve found myself coming back to wanting to watch but for whatever reason never getting around to it, until now. I think one […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: The Room (2019)

“We do not have a fear of the unknown. What we fear is giving up the known.” – Anthony de Mello The fresh start, the new beginning – it’s something most of us could probably use right about now. With anything new comes fear of losing what is for something that could be much worse. […]Read More