Tags : Jeremy Saulnier

Nerdlocker Movie Review: ANTLERS

“What is a neglected child? He is a child not planned for, not wanted. Neglect begins, therefore, before he is born.” – Pearl S. Buck If you looked up Scott Cooper on IMDb you would see a filmography of dramatic films. No horror to speak of. But if you’ve seen his films you’ll know that […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Hold the Dark

With his latest feature film, director Jeremy Saulnier has given us Hold the Dark. Similar in tone to Wind River, Hold the Dark is a stark, unrelenting glimpse at the reality of human behavior as it devolves into malevolent behavior for no apparent reason. A scene early in the film shows a pack of wolves […]Read More

Fantastic Fest 2018 Preview

Hello fellow film friends! Summer’s almost over and Fantastic Fest is less than a month away! There is much news to relay before the 8 day film festival extravaganza kicks off on September 20th at Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar in Austin, TX. It’s goin’ down! If you’ve never been to Fantastic Fest, here’s the skinny. […]Read More

Quick Review: Green Room

Holy machete! Green Room is now playing in theaters nationwide. Do not miss your chance to see this blood-boiler on the big screen. Here’s my quick review from Fantastic Fest 2015: Film 8- Green Room Director- Jeremy Saulnier Cast- Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Macon Blair, Alia Shawkat, Patrick Stewart Jeremy Saulnier is the real deal. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Green Room

Jeremy Saulnier is a director that believes it’s better to go for it than wonder what would have happened if you had. His aim is to entertain in the most visceral ways cinema will allow. After brief introductions to the main characters, this cannon explodes with inordinate amounts of bloody mayhem. Green Room is a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Blue Ruin

Critics have been raving about Blue Ruin and for good reason; director Jeremy Saulnier (Murder Party) takes a simple tale of revenge and elevates it to Shakespearean heights with his masterful storytelling.  Macon Blair has a career-making performance as Dwight, an outcast living on the fringe of society who’s drawn back to his hometown at […]Read More