Nerdlocker Movie Review: My Little Pony Movie

My daughter is quite fond of the newer My Little Pony series, and my son enthuses her and can be heard yelling in excitement for her. We’d had intentions of camping during my birthday weekend, however upon the request to cover this film’s review, I was suddenly faced with a dilemma. I figured I’d leave […]Read More

Rose City Comic Con (2017) Grows Bigger and Better

Comic conventions can be quite hectic place at times. Large crowds trying to see and do many things with everything going on at once. If not properly staffed and planned out things can get out of hand quickly. With Rose City Comic Con expanding to a third day in its sixth year, I was wondering […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

It what could have easily been a forgettable, run-of-the-mill action/comedy, the chemistry between leads Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson ends up saving the film itself. When trying to think of any actor who can deliver a line with “motherfucker” in it better than Samuel L. Jackson, I really do come up short. At that […]Read More

Anime At It’s Finest!

So what’s your favorite anime? That always seems to be one of the most asked questions whenever you get into a conversation about anime. Don’t get me wrong. That’s a very valid question and depending on your answer, can lead to quite a range of discussions. First of all, there are so many ways to […]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

On The Ground At The Star Trek Convention!

Upwards of 15,000 Star Trek fans will beam into the Rio hotel convention center in Las Vegas for Creation Entertainment’s annual Star Trek convention. Star Trek Fans from all over the country are in town for this extravaganza. Many fans dressed as their favorite star fleet captains and crew. We also spotted a few Klingons […]Read More


(Doctor Who logo, all images – BBC) Hello again! It’s my great pleasure to reintroduce Doctor Who episode reviews with our first full season since September 2015! As a rule we won’t mention anything beyond rumour, speculation and what’s already been officially announced. In short, spoilers will be kept to the absolute minimum, if not […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Presents Florey’s Faceoffs

Florey is back with his latest project, Florey’s Faceoffs from Grey Matter Art and it’s a instant classic! In the history of comics, there are few battles as epic as the fights between Spider-Man and the Green Goblin. src=”×600.jpg” alt=”” width=”400″ height=”600″ class=”aligncenter size-large wp-image-56762″ /> Spider-Man Artist: Florey Size: 16″ x 20″ Edition Size: […]Read More

ATX All Access – Alamo Drafthouse Presents THE BIG SICK

EXPLORE COMEDIAN KUMAIL NANJIANI’S  FAVORITE RECIPES WITH ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE’S  THE BIG SICK MENU SPECIALS This month in select Alamo Drafthouse locations we’re excited to feature a menu inspired by one of our favorite movies of the year, THE BIG SICK. Produced by Judd Apatow and based on the actual (and unusual) courtship of comedian Kumail […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Presents Guardians of the Galaxy by Gabz

Not to be cynical, but few movies blow me away anymore. Nowadays films are released to massive expectations that fall well below the standard of okay. James Gunn’s 2014 release Guardians of the Galaxy (and it’s follow up for that matter) is the rare exception. Under license from Marvel, Grey Matter Art presents Guardians of […]Read More

Alien: Covenant Movie Review

Back in March on the opening night of SXSW, Ridley Scott brought along the primary cast as well as around 30 minutes of footage from Alien: Covenant. During that presentation, which I wrote about HERE if you’d like to read that, Ridley made it clear that the character of David, portrayed stunningly by Michael Fassbender, […]Read More

Her Take on Mondo & Disney’s Never Grow Up Gallery

Growing up, we didn’t have much more than family portraits on our walls. Sure, living in Alaska provided us with a few prints here and there of a fireweed framed view of Denali, but we were limited to what was in our backyard. There’d been lithographs from our local stores or the cinema if you […]Read More

A Look Back On C2E2 2017

C2E2 (Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo) Otherwise known as “that really good Chicago Con.” If I lived in some old school Kansas dystopia, where everything was black and white, and then was transported to a technicolor dream-like land with colors and odd things I am not accustomed to seeing, I’d be screaming in panic to […]Read More

Nerdlocker Looks Ahead to Texas Frightmare Weekend 2017

While we live in a golden age where horror/cult cons and festivals are popping up left and right and many are incredibly worthy of one’s time and money, none of them are quite like Dallas’ Texas Frightmare Weekend. This year’s event, spanning May 5th-7th, 2017, marks the 12th year running of one of the absolute […]Read More