Tags : Film

Mondo Gallery Presents Disney’s Nothing’s Impossible

If there ever was a better show to bring your significant other to, this might be the best to pop that cherry with. Mondo has developed a business that showcases some of the poster worlds best artists, covering films classic to current. They’ve done well to become the team you know and love, and have […]Read More

Movie Review: 3 Days To Kill

In the early Nineties, Kevin Costner was the man.  His star-making turn came in 1987, as Prohibition agent Eliot Ness in Brian De Palma’s superb crime drama, The Untouchables.  He followed it up with starring roles in No Way Out, Bull Durham, Field of Dreams, and Dances With Wolves.  Since then he’s had a few […]Read More


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 2014:  In a first of its kind partnership, Spider-Man will be the first Super Hero ambassador for Earth Hour, the global movement organized by WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), with a message to inspire individuals to use their power to become Super Heroes for the planet. Andy Ridley, CEO and Co-Founder […]Read More

Mondo’s Laurent Durieux Gallery Opening!

Since Mondo Gallery’s opening on  3/10/12 we have been giving you photos of the many great events. The latest show by Laurent Durieux will be no different except that its Laurent Durieux and his art is simply put, stunning. According to our sources, he will not only have multiple prints for purchase but he will […]Read More

El Rey Network’s ‘From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series’ Everybody

EL REY NETWORK RELEASES FIRST FULL-LENGTH TRAILER FOR ROBERT RODRIGUEZ’S HIGHLY-ANITICPATED “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES” New Series Premieres March 11 at 9 PM ET/PT on El Rey Network Check out the trailer below: AUSTIN, TX – Thursday, January 30, 2014 – El Rey Network, Robert Rodriguez’s new genre-busting cable network, is excited to […]Read More

Drafthouse films presents Ben Wheatley’s A FIELD IN ENGLAND

Drafthouse films presents a mind melting bizarre trip with Ben Wheatly’s newest film.  A FIELD IN ENGLAND, is a psychedelic trip into magic and madness. This is the fourth feature film by acclaimed writer/director Ben Wheatley (Down Terrace, Kill List & Sightseers), who is becoming known for his ability to bend genres in unexpected ways. A FIELD IN ENGLAND follows a group of […]Read More

Nebraska: In Glorious Black-and-White

In this day and age, it’s a rare occasion to see a new black-and-white film on the big screen.  Most studios consider them a risk; remnants of an era long gone; box office poison.  With the exception of The Artist, winner of 5 Oscars, there have not been many commercially successful black-and-white films in the […]Read More

Twenty-Four by Thirty-Six Documentary Kick Starts!

Hey Nerds we wanted let you know that a documentary on movie poster art called Twenty-Four by Thirty-Six has a Kickstarter Campaign just went live today. Kevin Burke and his team will look back at the movie poster art work starting from the 70’s until today. They have interviewed artists from days gone by and also […]Read More


This amazing story recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.  The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune — all against the back-drop of a suddenly […]Read More

Nerdlocker Film Review: In The Shadow

The story line of this film really interested me. You need to watch the entire story from beginning to end, even more than once, to see all that it has to offer. The first time I watched this film, I felt like it was above my head. It really seemed like there was something more […]Read More

Film Geek’s 5 Sentence Reviews!

  Gravity Of the 80 plus films I have seen so far in 2013, this will be only the second one this year to get a perfect grade from me. When Jurassic Park came out, do you remember how it forever changed the way you would view Dinosaurs in films? That’s pretty much what Gravity […]Read More

XX’s & O’s; A Nerdy Girls Dream – Forever Fest!

Introducing Forever Fest!  Sarah Pitre & Brandy Fons have a dream. A dream that echos the dreams of millions of girls everywhere. They want to have the ultimate girls weekend, accompanied by good reads, great shows and awesome movies, geared towards those with the immense need to deal with their mens-, well to deal with […]Read More

And The Winner Of The Mondo 2010 Bracket Is…

I had a feeling this would be a close one… Congratulations to Olly Moss for having his first (and my personal favorite of his) Mondo print voted as the fan favorite print of 2010! Moss’s Evil Dead just edged out Tyler Stout’s Star Wars: A New Hope by a vote of 127-107. These are both […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review: Planes

Written by – Malachi Constant Planes (Hall, 2013) marks the third theatrical visit to the world of Cars.  In case you were curious as to how the two previous Pixar efforts are connected to this wholly Disney outing, the opening sigil reads: “From the World of Cars“, which is immediately followed by the title card, […]Read More

The Mondo 2010 Championship – Only You Can Decide If

Voting for the Mondo 2010 Championship is now LIVE and you can place your vote for your favorite print HERE! 2012 Bracket Winner – Ken Taylor (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea) 2011 Bracket Winner – Tyler Stout (Kill Bill) 2010 Bracket Winner – ???     If Olly Moss was to win any year in […]Read More