Tags : Insidious

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Invisible Man

“Being invisible makes you powerful.” -Hanan Muzafar The reboot, the remake, the re-do, the re-whatever it is chances are it’s going to be nothing more than the shell of what it’s ripping off or pulling from. So often the soul of a film is what makes it a lasting presence among the plethora of media […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Insidious: The Last Key

A fourth installment in a horror franchise, yikes! Talk about no faith in what’s to come. Luckily history can avoid the repeat trend and a franchise can continue its solid entries as the Insidious films have continued now through four entries. While I’m not the biggest advocate of the third film I can acknowledge its […]Read More

My Favorite Horror Films of the Last Decade (2005 –

15. Zombieland (2009) Mixing a blend of comedy in the vein of Apatow humor and typical (not necessarily a bad thing) zombie- horror violence, Zombieland rose above a mediocre trailer and a genre that was tired years ago and still plagues film and television to this day. I like the zombie genre when it’s done […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Furious Seven

At this point in the franchise I don’t think it’s exactly a mystery what each new chapter will entail. It’s more of the same here with fast cars, over-the-top action sequences, cheesy dialogue and of course lots of scantily clad women shaking their ass to some dime a dozen pop song. These are the usual […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Insidious – Chapter 2

James Wan, the man who brought the world the start of the Saw franchise… Who would have ever thought that the person behind a franchise that is infamously known as “torture porn” would be able to create such smart, genuinely creepy films as the first Insidious, The Conjuring, and now Insidious: Chapter 2? Wan is […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Conjuring

Right now no one is better at horror than James Wan and this is only further proven with The Conjuring. With such films as the original (and best) Saw, Insidious, and Dead Silence, Wan certainly knows how to bring the scares. As unnerving as his previous efforts may be, it is his latest that truly […]Read More