Tags : Aliens

Double Feature #65 with Cake Blissken

Welcome back for more! Meow, If you’ve got nothing better to do, head on over to your last 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/or nutritious sweet or sour treats, a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Blade Runner 2049

It’s films like Blade Runner 2049 that make the unceasing waves of sequel-scum worth the constant eye rolls and negative reviews in hopes of finding something as mesmerizing as this modern masterpiece of science fiction. 2049 is a slow-paced, methodical, sci-fi noir thriller with sudden bursts of shocking violence. It is in that rarified air […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: ALIEN: Covenant

In 1979 a horror classic was born and since its inception nearly every modern sci-fi or horror film has been influenced by ALIEN. After the stellar sequel ALIENS continued the mind blowing that ALIEN started, it’s been nothing less than disappointing in the world of ALIEN. Alien 3 was meddled with so much by the […]Read More

Comic Book Review – Aliens: Defiance #9

Aliens: Defiance #9 Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Tony Brescini Colorist: Dan Jackson Cover Artist: Stephanie Hans Publish Date: January 25, 2017 Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Man I love Aliens. Yes I’m well aware Alien created the whole world, but let’s be honest, it was Aliens that kept that world going and just made everything bigger. […]Read More

Interview: Jeremy Berg, director – The Device

Have you ever wondered if there is life beyond the stars? Is the green Martian folklore just an old tale told around the campfire to scare kids out of their wits, or is all of it true? Jeremy Berg is the writer/director of the newest extra terrestrial film, called The Device, that takes on the question we all […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Show First Look – Jason Edmiston – A

Say hello to Jason Edmiston, a Toronto-based artist who works his magic with paints, watercolors and other mediums. Mondo Gallery here in Austin, Texas has had a piece of Jason’s work in more than a few of their gallery shows in the past and they are always nothing short of amazing. Finally Mondo will be hosting […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Pacific Rim

Every time I saw the trailer for this I always had the same thought, “This is going to suck.” I had no hope for it so when I got the chance for a free screening I took it so if it did suck I didn’t pay for anything. One of my favorite things about cinema […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Report – Taylor/Stout Show

After the huge Universal Monsters gallery opening, I didn’t think Mondo could top such an event. But then SXSW rolled into town and they went and got two of their two biggest artists – Tyler Stout and Ken Taylor. This show is going to melt credit cards and faces. People lined up two days in […]Read More

Movie Review – Prometheus

I know what I’m supposed to say. But I just can’t do it. I did not like Prometheus. Admittedly I did not believe director Ridley Scott’s admission that this movie was not an Alien prequel. I popped on my 3D glasses over my normal everyday eye-wear (god I hate 3D) with the idea that I […]Read More

Movie Review – Prometheus

Film is an art form like no other. It is one of the few mediums, if not the only, that utilizes the talents of many to create one solid work. The end result of such massive collaboration can elicit a range of emotions, various criticisms, and very different personal experiences. It is a great thing […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review – Prometheus

Well the time has come for the much anticipated film from Ridley Scott, Prometheus.  The question I keep asking myself is, “Is it a worthy addition to my beloved Alien canon?” The answer is a cautious yes.  I really liked this film, but I didn’t love it. I also respect its ambition. Prometheus puts forth […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review – Prometheus

This was a haunted-house-with-a-gorilla picture set in outer space. It reached out, grabbed you, and squeezed your stomach; it was more gripping than entertaining, but a lot of people didn’t mind. They thought it was terrific, because at least they had felt something: they’d been brutalized….. Yet there was a backlash against Alien – many […]Read More