To quote the press kit, "NERDCORE RISING introduces a new wave of hip-hop to the world called Nerdcore, the newest, dorkiest wave of rap music. The film follows the godfather of the genre, MC Frontalot on his first national tour. Frontalot and band interact with fans across the country: a special breed of loyal and super smart dorks who can’t get enough of the Front, making Nerdcore hip hop a fascinating and endearingly comedic sociological phenomenon. Commentary from industry notables like Weird Al Yankovic, Prince Paul, and Jello Biafra pepper the film to examine the legitimacy of Nerdcore as a subgenre of hip hop, the larger rise of geek culture, and the desperation of one MC who’s trying to achieve nerd stardom."
In "Tony's Terms," this movie introduces you to a musician named MC Frontalot, who likes to rap about nerdy things. It shows you his first tour, with the hits and the misses on his crowds and his stops. It has interesting music, and interesting people, attached to it. I found it very enjoyable, and I've been listening to some of his music, and looking into the genre, on Spotify.
"Nerdcore Rising" has a run time of 80 minutes, is available streaming on Netflix Instant, and is also available on Amazon in both digital and physical format. If you're interested in nerdy music, and a decent documentary, check it out.