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Nerdlocker Movie Review: Dolemite Is My Name

As a teenager in the 90s I had all of my Eddie Murphy VHS tapes proudly displayed on the wooden shelf attached to my waterbed. Eddie was the king and his movies had prime position in my collection next to the original Star Wars trilogy, the James Bond Collection (I was a Roger Moore guy), […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Roma

Alfonso Cuarón is an auteur with the films he creates but that has never been more true than with his latest and most personal project, Roma. In 2013, Cuarón’s previous project Gravity took the cinematic world by storm earning ten Oscar nominations. Now five years later he has created a film arguably more personal to […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

The Jungle Book story is becoming just like the Robin Hood franchise; it’s so-called refreshed approaches all end up achieving the same exact thing. And to be perfectly honest none of it is that interesting, at least not enough to warrant repeated attempts at the same damn thing. The 1967 cartoon version is a fun, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Apos✞le

Sometimes the lines drawn by genres are so blurred it’s difficult to label a certain movie a singular genre. For example look at The Raid, another Gareth Evans’ film – to label this film as simply an action film you wouldn’t be wrong per say but you wouldn’t exactly be capturing the essence of everything […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: The Invitation

Thanks to Netflix I was invited to the party and the result is an underrated horror drama that demands patience with the promise of a major payoff. Paranoia is a crucial element to the story and as it progresses so too does the paranoia. The genius of this film is the misdirection of just where […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Ritual

To quote the movie Road Trip, “It’s supposed to be a challenge, that’s why they call it a shortcut; if it was easy it would just be the way.” That’s an okay sentiment in a comedy but in a horror movie, NEVER take the shortcut! Stick to the main route and save your life. Of […]Read More

Fantastic Fest 2017 First Wave Of Programming Announced!

  There’s no finer time of the year and no film festival that remotely compares with the 8 days of unbridled genre lunacy and (often alcohol fueled) fun that is Fantastic Fest. It seems an almost impossible feat but every year somehow manages to be better than the rest. Consisting of predominately World and North […]Read More

The Nerd Locker – Episode 15

Nerdlocker – The Nerd Locker – Episode 15 The Nerds talk about Netflix and all their original programming. Check it out and let us know what you think! 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 on: Nerdlocker […]Read More

Artist Interview: Director Michael Stephenson

Before ever meeting director Michael Stephenson I already knew he was a person that was incredibly passionate about telling a story he feels others should hear. His previous creative efforts are a pair of documentaries Best Worst Movie, telling the story of the bad yet beloved cinematic masterpiece that is Troll 2 (a film which […]Read More

Netflix’s Beasts of No Nation up for GOLDEN GLOBE and

And as well as it should be. Beasts of No Nation is a war story filled with amazing cinematography and masterful Direction by Cary Joji Fukunaga (who was also was the chief cinematographer) from True Detective fame, and with jaw dropping performances from an incredibly talented cast, they should be up for more then just […]Read More

House of Cards Season 3 Premiere

I can officially say that I have been initiated into the Netflix community by binge watching the political drama that is going on it’s third season. You may ask why has Logan been so quiet lately and the answer is House of Cards. I have heard quite the buzz about this show around the internet […]Read More

Nerdlocker TV Review: The Killing

A slow-burning, dramatic thriller with top tier writing, The Killing is on a level that all cop dramas should strive for. Unfortunately due to the wave of ADD sweeping over this country, everyone gave up on this show after season one. The first two seasons revolve around the story of one girl’s murder and the […]Read More

Anime Review: Attack on Titan

What do the websites Hulu, Netflix, and Crunchyroll have in common for someone like me? ANIME!!! Not only do I get legit access to some of the best anime titles out there, but Hulu and Crunchyroll allow me to watch Anime pretty much the same time as they come out in Japan. More so with […]Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Movie Pass And If

Let’s start from the beginning… In January of 2011, I received a pop up on my web browser promoting a future service that went by the name of Movie Pass. They claimed to be offering a service that would allow me to be able to pay a flat monthly fee, and in return I would […]Read More