Tags : Don Johnson

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Knives Out

“I think everyone enjoys a nice murder… provided he is not the victim.” -Alfred Hitchcock It’s the sign of a strong storyteller when they can take the subject of murder, a topic I think we can all agree is a bit morbid, and somehow make it funny. Rian Johnson is not only capable of creating […]Read More

Movies You May Have Missed: Cold in July (2014)

What I thought was going to be a simple home invasion film, Cold in July turned into something far more insidious and twisted than I ever imagined. Boasting wonderful performances from Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard, and especially Don Johnson, this is one not to miss. From the most visceral but briefest of incidences, a […]Read More

Weekend Movie Rundown!

Reviews for Cold in July and A Million Ways to Die in the West. 2014 has been a stellar year for independent/small budget films and you can add Cold in July to the list. I wasn’t familiar with director Jim Mickle, but his latest effort prompted me to check out some of his earlier work. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Django Unchained

By seeing the poster for Django Unchained, you can guess it has to do with slaves in the old west; but taking that information and considering who wrote and directed the film you’ll be itching to get into your seat already. It’s not all the necessary vulgarities, but the assumption that it will be another […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review: Django Unchained by Michael N.

“Django Unchained“ to me is a modern day Spaghetti Western at times, and others its a literary master piece. Quentin Tarantino can be brutal with his writing, Django Unchained is no different and I loved every second of it. Lets just say this was Quentin Tarantino’s best movie since Pulp Fiction. In my opinion. But […]Read More