These are lumped all together because they are part of the same company.
Nerd Block is a monthly subscription site what offers a ton of different blocks you can subscribe to. When I first joined in 2014, they were amazing. The items were great, customer service was on point. I referred this company to everyone I knew. In the beginning of 2016, things started to change. Their popular Arcade Block was broken down into 2 different boxes forcing those subscribers to subscribe to both and spend double what they were so they would get everything they were getting with the old Arcade Block By June of 2016, they had filed for bankruptcy and were still deducting monthly fees from their customers without sending anything. I was subscribed to the Horror, Girls Jr, Gamer E and Gamer M boxes; at $30 a pop per box that's $120 a month. Now factor in that I received the June boxes in the middle of July, at which point i cancelled my subscriptions all together because my gut told me something was off. I was still charged for the July and August boxes despite my subscriptions being cancelled but never received either one at all. I was screwed out of $240. No matter how many times I contacted costumer service, I never heard back, even now, at 2 years later, when I finally got a response, it wasn't to let me know I was being refunded. The new owners wanted to give me credit toward new subscriptions. No thank you. I have zero faith in this company now no matter who owns it.
On to the actual boxes!
The Arcade Block was AMAZING! It had an assortment of items from games both E and M. Everything from shot glasses to collectibles was in there. You always got a tee shirt too. Every month's items made the Block worth the price because if you looked up the things you received, they were usually worth more than the Block was. Then they changed it and ruined it in 2016.
The Nerd Block Jr. Girls was made especially for girls ages 7-12 and was filled with MLP, Littlest Petshop, Shopkins, Hello Kitty, etc; you know, all the things little girls absolutely crave. My daughter loved it and rocked all the shirts like they were designer finds. Around 2015, the boxes became repetitive. It was like they weren't trying anymore and the Blocks that were arriving contained a mix-match of items appropriate for children from other Blocks. When my daughter's Girls Block arrived full of Nerd Block Jr. Boys items, she had me stop her subscription all together.
The Horror Block was my favorite. That was absolutely worth the money, even up until the very end. You always got a horror-themed tee shirt and a current issue of Rouge Morgue Magazine which was like a huge book filled with articles and things from horror movies and haunted destinations. Sometimes you even got a special edition issue that focused on a specific topic. Occasionally, your block would contain a DVD of an old cult classic. I've gotten Puppet Master Movies, Demonic Toys movies and a 3D bluray of Starry Eyes all from this Block. It was by far my favorite.
The Gamer E and Gamer M Blocks were the worst decision Nerd Block could have made. I'm almost sure these Blocks helped lead the company into bankruptcy. For an entire year, people who had once subscribed to the amazing Arcade Block where they received so much stuff that the box barely closed, were reduced to receiving 3 or 4 items of poor quality in the specific Block they were subscribed to while still paying the same price they had for more items with the Arcade Block. every once in a while, you'd get something good. There was a VR Headset for cell phones in both the M and E Blocks one month. Every Gamer block game with an indie STEAM game that wasn't worth much. The games were horrible and no one wanted to play them. eBay and Listia are littered with the keys to these games because no one wants them. It wasn't long after the creation of these two blocks ultimately led to a mass exodus of subscribers and eventually aided in the downfall of this company.
A bit of advice to these kinds of companies, don't mess with a good thing. If people are complaining about the content of a box, make two new ones to accompany the original so people who like E things can have E things, people who like M things can have M things, and those who like both can still have both without having to spend more money than they rightfully should.