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Star Wars by the Numbers!

The Nerd Locker podcast is hosted by Brandon Zitch with Jimmy Palmquist and Chase Gifford. In honor of May the Fourth, Brandon, Jimmy, and Chase rank the films in the Star Wars universe (worst to first). This is episode I of the rankings (11 to 8). Check it out! Let us know if you agree […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

“The Force will be with you. Always.” -Obi-Wan Kenobi “Why, you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder!” I write this quote spoken by Princess/General Leia because more and more these days it seems directed at the so-called fans of Star Wars themselves. You know the ones of which I speak. The ones that can’t possibly fathom […]readmore

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Movie Review

Cue the hate. The negativity. The toxic fandom. And of course the critics. Star Wars is not easy. It garners an amazing fanbase that has grown exponentially every year for the last forty two years. Unfortunately the large fanbase also holds a lot of love and hate over different aspects of the franchise. The Rise […]readmore

Double Feature #17 with Cake Blissken

Welcome back for more! Meow, If you’ve got nothing better to do, head on over to your local video store, search your favorite legal or illegal online subscription movie sites, check your personal DVD or VHS collection and track these bad boys down. Meow grab some delicious and nutritious sweet treats, a refreshing beverage and […]readmore

Dark Ink Presents Outmaneuver Them by Danny Haas

It’s a new year and Dark Ink has a new Star Wars poster! I can literally think of no better way to start this year off right. Danny Haas already has a large portfolio dedicated to Star Wars, focusing on legends like Boba Fett, Ashoka, and the trio of Han, Chewie, Lando from Solo. This […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Overlord

Say what you will about the man, J.J. Abrams has a knack for creating interesting new properties. They may not all be winners (The Cloverfield Paradox) but at least he believes in creating new ideas, even when the properties are older than me (Star Wars, Star Trek, Mission: Impossible) he always manages a new, interesting […]readmore

Dark Ink Art & Bottleneck Gallery Present Star Wars by

Dark Art Ink and Bottleneck Gallery release Matt Ferguson‘s fantastic new look at the original Star Wars trilogy! Check out the final results yourself: The Droids You’re Looking For Artist: Matt Ferguson Size: 18″ x 24″ Edition Size: 980 Price: $50.00 Notes: Hand-numbered silk screen edition. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. BUY HERE Galaxies Collide […]readmore

The Film and Pop Culture Art of Matt Ferguson

One of our favorite artists brings a retrospective exhibition to the Thought Bubble Festival 2018. Matt Ferguson plans on showcasing at least 85 posters and pieces of art with an exclusive limited edition Exhibition Catalogue on sale at the grand opening. This includes rare, sold out posters, and some new surprises. The first 100 people […]readmore

New Star Wars Posters and Big Sale!

Dark Ink Art & Acme Archives has another huge Star Wars sale going on! From May 24th to May 28th, everything will be 25%. Plus, they are unveiling three new limited edition posters for the Solo film and one for the classic Empire Strikes Back. Check out the new releases: Buckle Up Artist: Teddy Wright […]readmore

Solo: A Star Wars Story Movie Review

Let’s get right to the point. Alden Ehrenreich is not Harrison Ford. With that out of the way, we can move on. No matter your opinion on whether the three newest Star Wars movies from Disney are good or bad, it is clear they are all emotional roller coasters. There were a lot of tough […]readmore

Acme and Dark Ink Celebrate May the 4th!

May 4 has become a huge deal in recent history. Being a big Star Wars fan, I’m thrilled to see everyone come together to celebrate the greatness of the franchise. This year, our friend over at Acme and Dark Ink are having a site wide sale on all Star Wars art work. We’re talking 20% […]readmore

GHOST STORIES – Neil’s Short Film Reviews!

Meet Neil. He does our short film reviews. Neil is a film geek from the UK and will be reviewing new movies as they emerge, blinking into the cold English winter. It may not actually be winter there yet (we don’t have winter in Las Vegas), but you get the idea. GHOST STORIES – March […]readmore

New Star Wars Art!

More Star Wars goodness! I’m digging these two new entries into the universe. Personally, I don’t think we have enough good representation for The Last Jedi yet, so Steve Anderson’s entry is a great addition. And Brian Rood outdid himself with a classic look for my favorite princess. Check them out for yourself: Finding a […]readmore

Mark Hamill Is A Star!

Congratulations Mark Hamill! You are one of the best ambassadors to my favorite franchise of all time. Thank you. Today, Mark Hamill was honored with the 2,630th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in front of the El Capitan Theatre with special guests Harrison Ford, George Lucas, Billie Lourd, Kelly Marie Tran and R2-D2. […]readmore

Solo: A Star Wars Story Gets A Special Modification

It’s amazing what just a change in music can do to a film trailer. Add a little Beastie Boys “Sabatoge” and you got something the studios would be proud of. Let us know what you think! Solo: A Star Wars Story open in U.S. theaters on May 25, 2018. For more info on comics, video […]readmore

Dark Ink Presents Imperial Power and Jabba’s Prize by Brian

You know I’m always down for a new Star Wars poster. Especially ones with Darth Vader or Boba Fett. Lucky for us, Brian Miller knows this too! He went ahead and created a fantastic recruitment style poster for the Empire and delicious old style serial print for the greatest bounty hunter in the galaxy. Check […]readmore

FIRST LOOK – Solo: A Star Wars Story

We’ve gotten spoiled. In my opinion, The Force Awakens was a great way to reintroduce the world to a new Star Wars, Rogue One was a fantastic ode to the original triology, and The Last Jedi was a nice attempt to reroute our brains on what a Star Wars film should be. Whether you like […]readmore