I'm a man of tomorrow still holding onto the joys of yesterday. I miss Nick cartoons, and Power Rangers but I cant get enough of the Time Lords, and Serial Killers we have now. My many distractions include computers, movies, comics, and I like to imagine my life story would be scored with a mixture of Death Cab, A3, and a lot of Kid Cudi. We've entered the Geekological Revolution. A time of Vulcan Death Grips, drinks with friends on Tatooine, and attempting to build a freeze ray. Things have changed, muscle headed bullies. The Nerds rule the world now, and we reign SUPREME!

Her: Too Long, Too Depressing

Her is the theatrical answer to “What if I could date Siri; that hot voice in my iPhone.” Not a question I remember asking but Spike Jonze did and that guy knows how to set a trend. This film may very well lead us to a near future full of ’30s style clothes and lots […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Kill Your Darlings

Kill Your Darlings tells the story of Allan Ginsberg beginning at Columbia in 1944 and falling in with a band of literary rebels. Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) is a very susceptible type who takes in everything around him before forming a complete thought. When he becomes an acquaintance of the eccentric Lucien Carr (Dane DeHann), he […]Read More

Thor 2: The Dark World Review

In his third cinematic appearance, we are shown a different god than the one we have grown to know thus far. He has a responsibility to bring order to the nine realms but it is at the cost of his own social life with one still beating heart. Along with romance, Thor: The Dark World […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ender’s Game

Ender’s Game was as visually stunning as I estimate it must have been to be in a theatre in 1977 watching a gigantic space ship loom over head in Star Wars. That isn’t to say it doesn’t pack one hell of a thought provoking synopsis, though. One could perceive this movie as an indirect representation […]Read More

The Escape Plan Movie Review

I’m not quite sure if The Escape Plan is meant to be any kind of comment on the correctional system, but it is certainly a comment on why I miss ’80s styled Action Flicks. This action packed thriller is told in the spirit of movies like Escape from Alcatraz and Commando. The story follows Ray […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Gravity

Gravity Directed by Alfonso Cuaron When we go to the movies, there is a certain expectation to see something you’ve never seen before. The trailers show us romantic moments, heart-pumping explosions, and eye-popping visuals in hopes that it will peak our interest enough to get our asses off the couch and into a movie theater. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: We’re The Millers

We’re The Millers may not be the heart wrenching family dramedy some may expect, but it isn’t dull by any means. The feel of the film is familiar due to directing by Rawson Marshall Thurber, who directed the 2004 comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. The story doesn’t have anything to do with a band […]Read More

Bobby’s Comics In Review: Sheltered, Luther Strode and Burn The

Legend Of Luther Strode #6(of 6) Written by Justin Jordan Drawn by Tradd Moore Published by Image Comics In the final issue of Legend of Luther Strode, the conflict comes to an all new high for this gore-filled epic. The responsibility of hero is split between Luther and his eccentric sidekick/girl crush, Petra, who has […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: R.I.P.D.

I had read nothing but negative things about R.I.P.D. before and even after seeing the movie. It seemed like Men In Black 2.0 which admittedly was not the reason it looked bad to me, but it certainly didn’t look astonishing from the looks of the trailer. One thing I was not prepared for was the […]Read More

Thrilling Adventure Hour Makes Its SDCC Debut. FINALLY!

Given the amount of time Bobby talks about the Nerdist Industry podcasts, it’s blatantly obvious that he could not be more excited for the release of the Thrilling Adventure Hour graphic novel finally seeing the light of day next month. Now we learn of some special events regarding the book going on at Comic-Con next […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: World War Z

Nerdlocker has been reporting on World War Z for a few years now. As a fan of the novel, I could not get enough press on the project; even negative press and World War Z has had its fair share of negative press. It was sometime last year I remember reading about certain actors having […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Monsters University

If you are looking to talk some mess about Pixar movies, look elsewhere. Monsters University was a nice trek down memory lane, if Memory Lane was written by Tim Metcalfe. It’s Revenge Of The Nerds; Pixarified! Or any other good fraternity movie from the 80’s. This archangelic prequel will grab your attention, then hold onto […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Man Of Steel

What we know about Man Of Steel is that DC needs it to be a box office hit. In order to build an empire for their characters, they need to get the people talking about those characters. They were successful in doing so with The Dark Knight franchise. In order to replicate that success, Warner […]Read More

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Movie Review

We have many out-there comedies that show off how likeable Steve Carell can be in pretty much any role. We’ve seen him absolutely clueless in Anchorman, the loaner in Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World, and even dopey in The Office. In all those renditions, we can see his inherent good personality […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Django Unchained

By seeing the poster for Django Unchained, you can guess it has to do with slaves in the old west; but taking that information and considering who wrote and directed the film you’ll be itching to get into your seat already. It’s not all the necessary vulgarities, but the assumption that it will be another […]Read More

Nerdlocker Book Review – Dinosaur Art: The World’s Greatest Paleoart – Bobby reviews Dinosaur Art: The World’s Greatest Paleoart edited by Steve White. If you’ve read the book, let us know what you thought of it. Special thanks to our friends at Titan Books for the review copy. For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else nerd, check out, a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Book Review – Superman Earth One Volume 2

As someone who considers himself a comic enthusiast, I see more hatred pointed towards Superman than Spawn these days. That, dear readers, is a serious travesty. Most people just look at our red caped Man of Steel and see an unbeatable opponent. Superman is almost always considered too good, too powerful, and too forgiving to […]Read More

Hotel Transylvania Movie Review

Anyone can guess what to expect when walking into Hotel Transylvania. The movie boasts monsters and mayhem in animated form but a quick read over the synopsis will give you the impression this would generally be a direct-to-DVD release if not for the cast involved. Seeing Adam Sandler listed as the divergent Count Dracula will […]Read More