Nerdlocker Visits HorrorHound Weekend!

For as long as I can remember horror films have been a staple in my life.  I credit this to my parents leaving my uncle to babysit me while they were both working. While most middle aged adults would not dare to venture into the horror section of a video store with a nine year old […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review – Beauty and the Beast

While the tale of Beauty and the Beast may be as old as time, Disney’s newest live-action adaptation is a fresh take that honors the original animated film, while fleshing out the original story and characters. The fantastic cast, guided by the steady hands of director Bill Condon, give the film a new heart, and […]Read More

SXSW First Look – Alien: Covenant

Opening night of SXSW Film is always a time of incredible movie moments and memories over the years. This year’s was no exception. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Alien, a personal favorite and all-around masterpiece of cinematic horror, in a theater on a few occasions but tonight’s was different. Tonight, Ridley Scott was in the […]Read More

Emerald City Comic Con 2017: Panels, Artists, and Exhibitors

There are so many comic conventions that I couldn’t possibly name them all. While San Diego Comic Con is the convention that even your Aunt has heard of, there are some gems in cities that are not located in Southern California. Tomorrow is the start of the 15th Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, WA. […]Read More

EXCLUSIVE! First Look at Nintendo Switch

On Sunday, I was lucky enough to attend one of the final sessions of Nintendo’s weekend-long Hands-On Event with the Switch. Around two hundred lucky ticket holders met at Tanner Warehouse in London for a two hour opportunity to try a selection of the Switch’s games, and different configurations. The whole event was brilliantly organised, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Family Movie Review: Rock Dog

When I began the adventure of writing for Nerdlocker, I hadn’t considered the luck of including my family. We’ve enjoyed other events, though at the time, Littles wasn’t quite the attentive movie watcher we’d hoped for. Recently he notched, E.T., on his belt, so we hoped that the event and film, Rock Dog would prove […]Read More

Artist Interview: Director Michael Stephenson

Before ever meeting director Michael Stephenson I already knew he was a person that was incredibly passionate about telling a story he feels others should hear. His previous creative efforts are a pair of documentaries Best Worst Movie, telling the story of the bad yet beloved cinematic masterpiece that is Troll 2 (a film which […]Read More

Artist Interview – John Wick: Chapter 2’s Chad Stahelski and

John Wick burst onto the scene in 2014 guns blazing letting audiences everywhere know that Keanu Reeves was still the ultimate badass. That film was brought to life in part by director Chad Stahelski. With a storied career in stunt work dating back to Point Break and including The Matrix Trilogy, Stahelski clearly knows the […]Read More


(Doctor Who logo, all images – BBC) THE RETURN OF DOCTOR MYSTERIO (CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 2017) It’s that time of the year again. Except, in 2016 this isn’t simply the Doctor Who Christmas Special capping off another season in the TARDIS, but the only episode we’ve had all year! There’s a neat idea resting at the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Rogue One

So here we are, finally face to face with the first (of many more to come) “stand alone” Star Wars and I’m pleased as punch to say Rogue One is a tremendous and worthwhile addition to the ever-growing Star Wars ethos. I mean, let’s be real. If you’re reading this you’re going to watch the […]Read More

A Girlfriends First Time at Rose City Comic Con Pt.

Sometimes a con is so much fun it takes a couple days to get back to the swing of things. Sometimes it’s a good month in the case of part two of this series about a first timers experience at a comic con. Rose City Comic Con looked to deliver a whole lot and it […]Read More

A Girlfriends First Time at Rose City Comic Con Pt.

A lot of the time when I tell someone about what goes on at San Diego Comic Con they look at me with a mixture of amusement and bewilderment. The amusement because I suspect they can picture me in my element in the place I’m describing and bewilderment at why anyone would want to go […]Read More

The Wild Life Movie Review

Wise to the ways of our witty offspring, we kept our plans a secret until necessary. For us, that was when Biggs and Littles decided bedtime was the perfect time to show us their wild side. Luckily for us all, Fons PR had organized quite the pre-show shindig, and the kids were more than ready […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents: The Comic Art of Francesco Francavilla

Over the last decade, comics culture has returned to the forefront of both pop culture and entertainment. The two major heavyweights, Marvel and DC, have launched their television and cinematic universes, while comic publishers across the board have also seen success through various forms of media and products, from The Walking Dead dominating cable TV […]Read More

Phantasm Remastered and More…Much More!

ART HOUSE THEATER DAY ANNOUNCES FIRST-WAVE PROGRAMMING FOR NATIONWIDE EVENT Digitally Remastered Classic Phantasm Among The Initial Programming Lineup Ann Arbor, Michigan – The Art House Convergence, an international consortium of independent, community-based, mission-driven movie theaters, is pleased to announce its’ first wave of programming for the inaugural Art House Theater Day, taking place on […]Read More

Bad Moms Movie Review From Your Bosom Buddy

“Can I have a cracker?!” hollers Bigs. “CRAH-CUH!!!” recants Littles. *I draw a long sip of coffee from my mug* It felt obvious to us, that anyone on the outside could see we needed this “Mom Date”. Neither my 36 week pregnant friend nor I were sure what to expect, but we were ready to […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

    There are directors whose work that I follow with anticipation for the next movie they create. Quentin Tarantino, Wes Anderson, and Paul Thomas Anderson are some of the obvious ones that myself and everybody else who likes movies can name. For that reason it feels a little more special when I come across […]Read More

The Infiltrator Movie Review

If there’s one thing Americans love it’s a movie about drugs. Make it a biopic and celebrate the lifestyles of the criminals behind the drugs and you might just have a cinematic cash cow on your hands. The Infiltrator, the latest film from director Brad Furman, definitely falls into that scope. While that seemingly puts […]Read More