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Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Black Phone

“I believe the only way to reform people is to kill them.” – Carl Panzram What is it about serial killers that we find so fascinating? Is it the excitement in living vicariously through someone else as they carry out heinous acts of villainy that we would never dare attempt in our real lives? Or […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Verónica

“Horror is like a serpent; always shedding its skin, always changing. And it will always come back. It can’t be hidden away like the guilty secrets we try to keep in our subconscious.” -Dario Argento Verónica is a prime example of old material finding new tread. The story of teens gathering around a Ouija board […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Doctor Strange

MARVEL continues its fearless unveiling of its lesser known characters with the latest hero, Doctor Strange. It has gotten to the point where MARVEL would have to drastically drop the ball to create something that isn’t received well or at the very least doesn’t make an astronomical amount of benjamins. With positive reviews (this being […]readmore

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 […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Deliver Us from Evil

This had so much promise. From the director of the highly disturbing film Sinister, Scott Derrickson brings us Deliver Us from Evil, a trek into a land filled with generic horror movie clichés that will have you laughing and rolling your eyes simultaneously. As I exited the theater with my friend we began to pick […]readmore

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 […]readmore