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Cake Blissken Haunts The H40 Convention

Me and a little thing called the H40 Convention….. 40 years ago a little horror movie was born. It was called Halloween and it was a low budget film hoping to succeed in a big budget world. It didn’t at first, but the little engine that could, kept on chugging up that steep hill. Over […]Read More

Blue Velvet by Matt Ryan Tobin still available!

In June Mad Duck gave us some info on a new print from my good friend Matty Ryan Tobin. Blue Velvet is by far one of most insane bat shit crazy American neo-noir movies by David Lynch. Here is my original article that talks about the details. Read the full release details with more comments from […]Read More

Double Feature Movie – Cake Blissken

Greetings and welcome to a little thing called “Double Feature” with Cake Blissken. This ongoing series will feature two movies that I have paired together for your viewing pleasure. There may also be a triple feature thrown in there from time to time. If you’re a movie nerd, you should know a lot these. If […]Read More

NASA’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY: Free early screenings of FIRST MAN

Monday, October 1, 2018 To commemorate NASA’s 60th anniversary on Monday, October 1, 2018, Universal Pictures is treating audiences to free early screenings of FIRST MAN  the riveting story behind the first manned mission to the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the decade leading to the historic Apollo 11 flight. On the heels of […]Read More

Cake Blissken takes on Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas!

Fear In Texas: My First Texas Frightmare Weekend. By Cake Blissken I received a phone call at exactly 3:33am, on May 4th, 2018. A man’s voice began rambling, telling me “I had to be in Austin, Texas today.” It sounded urgent. He had something to show me, that would change my life forever. I took down […]Read More

Nerdlocker Visits HorrorHound Weekend 2018

So I had the opportunity to attend HorrorHound Weekend again this year that took place at the Sharonville Convention Center in Cincinnati on March 23-25, 2018. I was accompanied by my good friend Andy Kallas, his 7 yr old daughter Delilah and my son Michael Jr. When we hit the con on Friday the queue for wristbands […]Read More

TRAGEDY GIRLS Opens In Austin on 10/27, read our review

  Alexandra Shipp and Brianna Hildebrand make us love the relationship between these two psychopaths Best friends Sadie and McKayla are on a mission to boost their social media fandom as amateur crime reporters hot on the trail of a deranged local serial killer. After they manage to capture the killer and secretly hold him hostage, […]Read More

Cake Blissken: Escape from New York ComicCon 2017

Escape from New York ComicCon 2017 Pow! Blam!! Kaboom!!! Splooogge!!!! Yes, people…It’s the sounds you didn’t hear coming from inside of my tiny juvenile brain (or was it my pants?) as I attended my second ever ComicCon at the Javits Convention Center in New York City (No salsa here). Hero Complex Gallery or Galaxy depending […]Read More

“THE FOREIGNER” Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan

The Foreigner, starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan, is a timely action thriller from the director of “Casino Royale.” The film tells the story of humble London businessman Quan (Chan), whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love — his teenage daughter — is taken from […]Read More

ATX All Access – Alamo Drafthouse Presents THE BIG SICK

EXPLORE COMEDIAN KUMAIL NANJIANI’S  FAVORITE RECIPES WITH ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE’S  THE BIG SICK MENU SPECIALS This month in select Alamo Drafthouse locations we’re excited to feature a menu inspired by one of our favorite movies of the year, THE BIG SICK. Produced by Judd Apatow and based on the actual (and unusual) courtship of comedian Kumail […]Read More

Her Take on Mondo & Disney’s Never Grow Up Gallery

Growing up, we didn’t have much more than family portraits on our walls. Sure, living in Alaska provided us with a few prints here and there of a fireweed framed view of Denali, but we were limited to what was in our backyard. There’d been lithographs from our local stores or the cinema if you […]Read More

EXCLUSIVE- Bottleneck Gallery Presents Predator by Tim Pittides

On the heels of his very successful VICES series, artist Tim Pittides was asked by our friends at Bottleneck Gallery to create a movie print for the 1987 sci-fi action/horror movie directed by John McTiernan Predator. He was elated. The Concept: When I was asked to produce a poster for Predator, I was so excited. […]Read More

LV-426 / ALIEN DAY Is here!!

Yes folks Its here! On April 26th, we celebrate our 2nd “Alien Day.” This day was selected because in the original Ridley Scott “Alien” film, the crashed Engineer ship with the face hugger eggs is on planet LV-426 and 4/26 equals April 26th. We couldn’t be happier. The “Alien” franchise has grown immensely in 35 […]Read More

PHOTOS -Bottleneck Gallery – KONG: SKULL ISLAND – TRIBE OF

This weekend, Bottleneck Gallery celebrating one of cinema’s largest, classic creatures: KING KONG! With Kong: Skull Island being unleashed in theaters on March 10th, Bottleneck Gallery teamed up with Warner Bros. and The Legendary Art Series to bring you Tribe of Kong–a wild pop-up gallery paying artistic tribute to the legendary movie monster and his […]Read More

Bottleneck Gallery – FIGHT CLUB X TOMER HANUKA Screening Tickets

In two weeks, on March 15th, BNG is teaming up with friends at Acme Archives and the fine folks at Syndicated Theater to present their next screening. But first, there are some rules: The first rule of Bottleneck screenings is: you do not talk about Bottleneck screenings! Just kidding, tell everybody! We’re thrilled to announce that they will be […]Read More