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Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ad Astra

“Always remember: You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.” – A.A. Milne Ad Astra is a sprawling epic stretched to the farthest reaches of our galaxy in search of the unknown. It is immense in scope and consequence as it ponders our place in the universe. However […]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

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Big Short

A film about the mid-2000’s credit and housing bubble collapse shouldn’t be this entertaining and enthralling and most surprisingly this damn hilarious. But if you create a movie with this subject and Adam McKay at the wheel and a cast this insanely talented you can make any subject fascinating. The Big Short has the benefit […]Read More

Movie Review: FURY

WAR IS HELL. In David Ayer’s capable hands this facet of WWII has never been more visceral, gritty and highly disturbing. Ayer has a tendency to portray the violence in his stories as realistic as possible, and with Fury this is truer than ever. Blown-apart bodies, missing limbs, and even faces separated from the skull; […]Read More

Film Review: 12 Years a Slave

The subject of slavery has been the topic of many films in Hollywood, but few have the impact of 12 Years a Slave. Due to either film ratings or political correctness certain details of the story are left out, but with 12 Years nothing is held back. It is unflinching as it showcases the horrors […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Counselor

A little fish in a big pond; this film is one of the most extreme visions of that very simple and innocent saying. This is the perfect definition of being out of one’s element. As a guy I know all too well that you can’t simply jump into the cold water, you have to go […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review: Killing Them Softly

I’m slightly torn in my feelings about Killing Them Softly. On the one hand I think it could potentially be an excellent addition to the canon of great gangster movies… Goodfellas and The Departed  instantly came to mind after watching this film. On the other hand, there’s something about it that bothers me, itching the […]Read More