Tags : Ex Machina

Nerdlocker T.V. Series Review: DEVS

Deus ex machina – (A god from the machine) Nearly a year ago my friend and I were walking along observing the outside spectacle that San Diego Comic-Con had to offer. On one of the buildings we saw a massive advertisement for a new show on FX simply titled, DEVS, set to premier in 2020. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Annihilation

“Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not.” -Isaac Asimov Wow… where do I begin? From the brilliant mind of Alex Garland, writer and director of the sci-fi masterpiece Ex Machina comes the truly profound, undeniably groundbreaking Annihilation. Based on the book from author Jeff VanderMeer, […]Read More

Artists Pick Their Favorite Posters from MondoCon 2017

Mondokhaaan!!! Last weekend (November 4th and 5th), freaks and geeks (artists and collectors) flocked to Austin, TX for MondoCon 2017, the preeminent shindig for limited edition screen printed movie posters. It was a flash of a weekend that consisted of panels, screenings, fun times with familiar faces, food, lines, and more art than you can […]Read More

Salty Winters’ Favorite Posters from MondoCon 2017

MondoCon 2017 featured a diverse array of beautiful limited edition screen printed posters by talented artists from all around the world. I could’ve easily picked up a few things at each booth had I not long ago mastered the art of self control and developed extremely discerning taste (two traits one must have to survive […]Read More

Top 50 Films of 2015

Hello movie lovers! 2015 came and went and somewhere in between I watched 600+ movies. About one third of them were first viewings of new releases and while the year started out slow, it really picked up in the end with a lot of great stuff. Since Top 10 lists are for slackers, I’ve compiled […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ex Machina

Ex Machina is an instant classic. It’s an intelligent, intriguing piece of science fiction that marks the directorial debut of Alex Garland, novelest (The Beach, The Tesseract) and screenwriter (28 Days Later, Sunshine, Never Let Me Go, Dredd). With a miniscule budget of $16 million, Ex Machina goes a long way on story and ideas […]Read More