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Double Feature Movie – Cake Blissken

Greetings and welcome to a little thing called “Double Feature” with Cake Blissken. This ongoing series will feature two movies that I have paired together for your viewing pleasure. There may also be a triple feature thrown in there from time to time. If you’re a movie nerd, you should know a lot these. If […]Read More

NASA’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY: Free early screenings of FIRST MAN

Monday, October 1, 2018 To commemorate NASA’s 60th anniversary on Monday, October 1, 2018, Universal Pictures is treating audiences to free early screenings of FIRST MAN  the riveting story behind the first manned mission to the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the decade leading to the historic Apollo 11 flight. On the heels of […]Read More

Sara Deck Slays This 1980s Cult Film

There are many fans of ’80s horror movies, I am one of them. When you are given an opportunity to commission an officially licensed horror print from the ’80s and have an amazing artist like Sara Deck working with a private art commissioner that gave her complete control after he pitched his idea, you get […]Read More

EXCLUSIVE – Tim Pittides Newest VICES Print BEER

I proudly display a lots of Tim Pittides’s VICES artwork, in my home. They are absolutely gorgeous. We have been big fans of Tim’s for a long time. Tim has tackled several different vices, including Coffee, Wine, Marihuana, Opium and Cocaine to name a few. With much anticipation, he finally presents one of my favorite […]Read More


ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CELEBRATES ‘DAZED AND CONFUSED’ 25TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A PARTY AT THE MOON TOWER AND SCREENING Acclaimed cinema-eatery teaming with Independence Brewery, Austin Film Society and Austin Parks Foundation for a one-night-only event, featuring a special appearance by DAZED AND CONFUSED director, Richard Linklater Austin, TX — July 11, 2018 — Alright alright alright. On August 24th, 2018, Alamo Drafthouse’s outdoor events […]Read More

Deathlocker! Chats With The Artist Ridge Rooms

Ridge Rooms is an illustrator and consumer product designer who combines her film school background and love of mid-century design and advertising to create movie-and-TV-themed artwork with a retro flair. Previously an in-house designer for Peanuts, Barnes & Noble, and Pepsi, Ridge relocated from New York City to a sleepy little Victorian tourist town in […]Read More

Blue Velvet by Matt Ryan Tobin and Mad Duck Posters!

Mad Duck is releasing a new print from my good friend Matty Ryan Tobin and its for one of my favorite properties ever. I cant personally get enough David Lynch in my life. Here is a snip-it of what Matty had to say about this print: Blue Velvet is beautiful and violent. That juxtaposition always […]Read More

FURY Screen Print By New Flesh Prints

Today New Flesh Prints is releasing a print for a movie I am not sure how many people have seen. FURY is a fantastic WWII movie about an American tank crew in 1945 Germany. It is intense, harrowing, beautiful, dark in my option. If you have not see it give it a watch. With this […]Read More

SXSW 2018 Film Review: Blindspotting

It’s often said that out of harsh times some of the best art is created. The way and shape of things causing people to look creatively inward and really tap into what they want to express can make for art thats universal and compelling and inspiring; a cultural moment addressing things that need addressing. For […]Read More

Mad Duck Posters Focuses On Re-Animator!

Mad Duck is releasing new licensed posters this week for Re-Animator and Bride of Re-Animator. It’s March Re-Animator Madness at Mad Duck this week! They are releasing three new licensed posters from the Re-Animator family. They all are killer looking. Re-Animator – Frankenstein Homage by Adam Rabalais 24×36 screen print Run of 100 $75 Bride […]Read More

EXCLUSIVE – Tim Pittides Newest VICES Print WINE

Once again here we are with another amazing piece of art from artist Tim Pittides and his VICES series. His latest print is nothing short of amazing for so many reasons. His ability and style continues to have that old style feeling to it that reminds me of advertising signs from days gone by. But […]Read More

PHOTOS: Mondo’s Universal Studios Monsters art show

It’s finally here! One of our favorite Mondo Gallery shows, Universal Monsters! We love what Mondo put together last time with the artists and the monster properties. This time does not disappoint either. Ever since our original Universal Studios’ Monsters show in 2012, we always knew we’d love to revisit it with a handful of […]Read More

Hero Complex Gallery Presents Craig Drakes 4th Solo Show

Hero Complex Gallery does it again with another killer show from artist Craig Drake. He has an amazing ability to really classy up the joint with his sleek lines and vibrant colors for some of pop cultures favorite movies and icons. Here is what Adam and Craig has to say about this show. For this […]Read More

TRAGEDY GIRLS Opens In Austin on 10/27, read our review

  Alexandra Shipp and Brianna Hildebrand make us love the relationship between these two psychopaths Best friends Sadie and McKayla are on a mission to boost their social media fandom as amateur crime reporters hot on the trail of a deranged local serial killer. After they manage to capture the killer and secretly hold him hostage, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Artist Interview: Aaron Draplin

Last year I was fortunate enough to attend MondoCon in Austin, Texas. No lie it was one of the best convention experience I have ever had. A large part of that was due to the talented artists who attended. I discovered several artists I had not heard of before. Case in point, Aaron Draplin. Unfortunately, […]Read More