Tags : The Babadook

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Night House

“All houses in which men have lived and suffered and died are haunted houses.” – Mary Roberts Rinehart Maybe I’m out of the loop a bit considering the last year and half but it feels far too long since that last really impactful horror film was released. The Night House has arrived to fill this […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Relic

“Where there is no imagination there is no horror.” -Arthur Conan Doyle Here we are again with one of those finicky horror/drama hybrids that test the patience of anyone simply looking for a run-of-the-mill scary movie. Relic is a psychological drama that explores the horrors of becoming dependent on others because your mind is beginning […]Read More

Horror-locker Movie Review: Honeymoon

With so much content being released every year unfortunately that means that from time to time great content will be missed, fly under the radar and altogether just forgotten. Luckily we live in the age of streaming services like Netflix that give overlooked films a second chance at life. I know if it weren’t for […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Hereditary

The intensity of nightmares is rarely matched in celluloid but Hereditary isn’t like most other horror films. While it does pay homage to the greats before it, Hereditary combines family drama and paranormal, psychological terror into a giant cluster of disturbing storytelling unlike anything else. The track record for great horror films from A24 continues […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The VVitch

Slow and steady wins the race here as The Witch is more psychological horror than anything that could be considered run-of-the-mill. As much as this is about an actual witch it’s just as much about the idea of a witch whether one is actually terrorizing this family or not. The very idea of the possibility […]Read More

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 […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: It Follows

It… What is it? Not knowing what it is or what form it will take next time you encounter it is truly terrifying. What are its motivations? Seemingly existing for the singular purpose of killing those unfortunate enough to find themselves cursed, its true reason for being is never divulged. The very idea that it […]Read More

Chase’s Top Ten Films of 2014

Chase offers up his Top Ten Films of 2014! 10. Edge of Tomorrow 9. Guardians of the Galaxy 8. Chef 7. Enemy 6. Gone Girl 5. Boyhood 4. Whiplash 3. Under the Skin 2. Birdman 1. Interstellar Let us know in the comments below whether you agree or disagree. For more info on comics, video […]Read More

Movie Review: The Babadook

With a funny sounding name, The Babadook is anything but. It is a slow build without a true reveal of the villain so methodically alluded to from start to horrific finish. This non-reveal has understandably angered many who have seen it, but if you know the type of horror film this is what you’ll find […]Read More