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Nerdlocker Movie Review: Pacific Rim

Every time I saw the trailer for this I always had the same thought, “This is going to suck.” I had no hope for it so when I got the chance for a free screening I took it so if it did suck I didn’t pay for anything. One of my favorite things about cinema […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: White House Down

Roland Emmerich, the king of disaster films makes yet another falling building, explosion filled action/comedy extravaganza with White House Down. Seriously, this has nearly every 80’s, 90’s action film cliché thrown into one giant cheese filled romp. But for me what worked so well for this is the fact that it embraces the ridiculous nature […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The East

These days criminals come in all shapes and sizes. The worst part is they are almost always unidentifiable; unless you know where and how to look. If you have the connections and know how you can find anyone anywhere. Some criminals steal a wallet or break into a home; others take advantage of billions of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: This Is the End

From the creators of such classic R rated funny films as Pineapple Express, Superbad and Goon comes this hilariously stupid new comedy, This Is the End. When I say stupid I mean that in the most loving way possible; I think when they made this they knew how ridiculous it really is. The special effects […]Read More

Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein Series – ‘Features As Beautiful’ onsale Wednesday

“Features As Beautiful” Artist: Bernie Wrightson Medium: Silkscreen Print Edition Size: 150 Print Size: 20×30 Signed and Numbered Hey this Wednesday at around 2pm Central Time, Nakatomi Inc.  is releasing the next print in Bernie’s amazing Frankenstein series! Signed by Bernie in a hand-numbered edition of 150 worldwide. 100 of these prints are already spoken for […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Purge

I have thought about this idea for a very long time. What if all crime was legal for a certain period of time? Murder, theft, arson or whatever other sick, demented ideas you can come up with… they’re all legal. It’s such an interesting topic and yet it’s absolutely terrifying to think about. No help, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Now You See Me

I think Now You See Me is only part of the title, I think it ends with… and You Will Wish You Didn’t See Me. It is yet another case of an excellent premise executed terribly. In my opinion the only decent film this director (Louis Leterrier) has made is The Incredible Hulk that starred […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: After Earth

M. Night Shyamalan, the man whose name is synonymous with terrible filmmaking. It seems like he saw what Uwe Boll was doing and thought he could do it even better, or worse depending on how you look at it. Both have put out some of the worst films I’ve ever had the misfortune of seeing […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Fast & Furious 6

When a successful franchise reaches this many sequels the quality usually left a long time ago. With the F&F franchise it went the other way; with each sequel that came along, a better story and all around better film arrived with it. Fast & Furious 4 was the start of this incline which saw the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Hangover Part III

I think I’m in the minority when I say that I didn’t completely hate Hangover II. It’s certainly the weakest of the three but I still enjoyed it a lot. I think now I have an even greater appreciation for it as a lot of jokes in the third are only funny because of the second […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

After a success with the first J.J. Abrams directed Star Trek we all knew a sequel was imminent. A lot of sequels tend to fail in comparison to their predecessors, but every now and then one will come along and completely surpass the first. I’m glad to say the Star Trek: Into Darkness is one […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Disconnect

First Review- Spoiler Free In a world infatuated with technology we can miss a thing or too. Maybe we don’t realize when we are letting someone know too much. Or perhaps we miss that those closest to us might be in pain and need someone to help them. A computer is a fascinating invention and, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Iron Man 3

First Review- Spoiler Free Tony Stark, you know him, you love him; the man, the myth, the legend makes his return as the beloved metal man, aka Iron Man. This time around we find Tony struggling with the aftermath of The Avengers and the negative toll it’s taking, not only on him but on Pepper […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Iron Man 3

 Marvel comics‘ stories rock. Whether you’re someone who has been an avid collector of their comic books longer than you could confidently tell time or you’ve hopped on the bandwagon because of the movies, I’m sure you anticipate the “Marvel” flip page movie intro as much as I do. Pictured, is Mark Todd‘s “Demolisher” print. It’s […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Pain & Gain

I really have mixed feelings about this one. There were moments that I was entertained and engaged in the story and others times where it was just boring, stupid and way too random to enjoy it. If the structure of this film were to be transformed into the structure of a building it would fall […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Lords of Salem

I knew going in this was going to be odd, but I truly was not prepared for what I was about to see. Rob Zombie is a demented individual that should really see a psychiatrist about the stuff in his head. I’ve seen his previous films, but I feel this is by far his most […]Read More

Bioshock Infinite Review

Okay, let’s get a few things out of the way first. I’m going to give this 5 out of 5 Nerdskulls. If that’s what you were waiting on to make a decision, stop reading right now, go out to your nearest video game retailer, and pick up this gem of a game. Second of all, […]Read More