Tags : Horror

My First Stab at Texas Frightmare Weekend Horror Con

Hello, my name is Aaron Rainbolt and I love horror. Please don’t judge me. Some of you might be wondering what the hell I’m talking about… Why would I be judged? Lots of folks love horror. You would think that, but the reality is that being a fan, not a casual watcher mind you, but […]Read More

Nerdlocker’s First Texas Frightmare Weekend!

We have attended SDCC, FantasticFest, NYCC  and even Mondo-con to name a view. I do not think any of our past conventions will prepare us for what lies ahead at the Texas Frightmare Weekend April 29th thru May 1st here in Texas. Texas Frightmare Weekend is presented in association with FANGORIA Magazine. The event takes place […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Corpse of Anna Fritz

Review by Shane “Hobo Socks” Miner. THE CORPSE OF ANNA FRITZ Is Now Available Exclusively on FlixFling.com When Nerdlocker World Headquarters asked if I wanted to knock out a review a new Spanish horror flick I was pretty excited. I am a huge horror fan but outside of Guillermo Del Toro films I am pretty […]Read More

New Flesh Presents The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

  The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is probably my favorite of the silent movies I’ve seen. It has a deep emphasis on early Expressionism while also being a methodically psychological horror film about the supernatural and the surreal imagination of the insane. The set design of this film is certainly one of the main reasons […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review – Poltergeist

Jimmy reviews the recently rebooted Poltergeist flick! Poltergeist (2015) Director: Gil Kenan Writers: David Lindsay-Abaire Actors: Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jared Harris, Jane Adams Genre: Thriller Run Time: 1 hour 31 minutes Synopsis: Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (“Spiderman,” “Evil Dead”, “The Grudge”) and director Gil Kenan (“Monster House”) contemporize the classic tale about a family […]Read More

Nerdlocker Interview: Thomas Dekker

Have you ever been afraid of something that it has affected your life? Have you been afraid to turn the lights off late at night, feared tight knit areas or been afraid of heights? Most of you will probably answer yes and are indeed a human being. Phobias and fears are those traumatizing visions that […]Read More

Last Minute Xmas Gift Ideas For The Nerd Readers In

It’s THREE days til Christmas, and I’m willing to bet there are more than a few of you out there that don’t have all your Christmas shopping done. I’ve been guilty of it too. Waiting til the last minute, still unsure of what to get people, and frantically scrambling around two days before in some […]Read More

Interview: Jeremy Berg, director – The Device

Have you ever wondered if there is life beyond the stars? Is the green Martian folklore just an old tale told around the campfire to scare kids out of their wits, or is all of it true? Jeremy Berg is the writer/director of the newest extra terrestrial film, called The Device, that takes on the question we all […]Read More

Exclusive: Brian Ewing’s ‘Scream With Me’ at Galerie F

  On Friday November 7th Chicago’s Galerie F will play host to artist Brian Ewing‘s upcoming solo show Scream With Me, a display of Ewing’s visual language steeped in the classic monster and bright-vibe of ’60s cinemascope. Ewing’s work explores Hollywood’s long standing fascination with terror in a series of crisp and deliberate designs, and for Scream With Me, Ewing […]Read More

Interview: Shane Johnson – Possession of Michael King

Questions of life and death have been asked for thousands of years. Where does one’s soul go after leaving their body? Can a spirit haunt a human being, and can your soul be overtaken by a dark entity? Death, spirituality, and demonic possession have interested many filmmakers over the years in such cinematic depictions as […]Read More

Who the Hell Demanded a Grudge Reboot?

http://www.nerdlocker.com – Jimmy discusses the recent news that The Grudge horror franchise will get a reboot. 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 […]Read More

Nerdlocker Video Game Review: The Last of Us

I will be addressing the single player, story mode in this review. I pre-ordered this game in November of 2012; needless to say I was really anticipating its arrival. I was the father waiting for the baby to arrive hopefully on its due date. In this case the baby was a healthy horror survival game […]Read More