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Fernando Caire is a cosplayer, an artist, an aspiring Video editor, a prop builder, a writer, and a cinephile, with a PHD in awesome.
He loves cinema, both good and bad. You will catch him once a month with a group of like minded masochists who endure 8 hours of the worst movies in cinematic history...for fun.
He loves video games (shows off his "team Ps3" shirt) and loves writing about them when he gets the chance (though the only ones he ever received for review have been bad).
The San Diego Comic Con is what he considers to be his once a year vacation. You will find him in line for Hall H bright and early and if you are between him and any kind of free swag...God help you.
Posts by Fernando Caire
Apparently someone saw the first ten minutes of The Dark Knight and decided to make a six level video game based on that. Not to be too harsh on the downloadable title, but when you hear that the concept is ‘four thieves in clown masks rob a bank’, having that movie pop into your head is More >
I love the original Fright Night. It was silly 80′s horror at its best. Princess Bride’s Chris Saradon played the cocky playboy vampire while Roddy McDowall stole the film as Peter Vincent, Vampire killer. The perfect mix of practical effects with some funny, yet effective, narrative made this an More >
It is bitter sweet knowing that the third and final chapter for the Gears of War franchise will be out later this year. But Epic has pulled all the stops on Gears of War 3 and I would be absolutely flabbergasted if this is not the best one out of the entire series based on what I have seen and More >
After what is reported to be a successful first screening (at least as far as twitter reports go), Green Lantern is almost guaranteed to do well when it opens nationwide on June 17th, 2011. To pave the way for the superhero fantasy epic, Warner Bros. has released an onslaught of clips from the More >
I had a helluva start to the week. The Nerdreactor team was up bright and early for the Microsoft E3 Media Briefing this morning. I was expecting the loads of previews as well as the kinect-heavy promotions we got to see. The last thing I ever expected though was the mystery trailer revealed at More >
I love the original Planet of the Apes films, even Conquest and Battle for the Planet of the Apes. Tim Burton’s monstrosity of a remake left the franchise scarred and untouched for nearly a decade. That was until 20th century FOX went ahead and decided to do a prequel/reboot titled “Rise of the More >
I knew it! It was an impostor trampling on my childhood this entire time! Written & directed by Mike Litzenberg and Bridge Stuart, this is a great short film that pays homage to Chan-Wook Park’s “Old Boy” where it turns out the George Lucas that made the prequels is not actually the real George More >
To promote the upcoming ‘Captain America’ film, Marvel will release eighteen variant comic covers in June and July. A multitude of high profile artists have contributed to the inspirational series of covers.
I really love these, as they are both clever and well done. Displaying average citizens as More >
Today EPIC games premiered the new Gears of War 3 trailer that features ‘War Pigs’ by Black Sabbath. I love the first two games and it seems the third promises to be the best in the series. Watch the amazing and action packed new trailer below. Gears of War 3 is set for a September 20, 2011 More >
All my life I have been obsessed with cinema. Whether it was going to the local theater or down the street to a mom and pop video rental, I was always excited to see a new movie. When I had only $2 in hand to rent one big box, a vhs tape, It was difficult to choose one out of dozens of films I had More >
As if VALVE needed to get any cooler, now they are offering Volume One of the Portal 2 original score called “Songs to Test by,” absolutely free! The 22 track download is available HERE, along with six ringtones formatted for android or iPhone based phones. There will be two additional More >
I have mixed feelings about HBO’s True Blood. It is a shining light during this dark and terrible age of twi-tards. Though I loved the first season, I felt the second was alright and thought the third was seriously lacking. The werewolves were complete pushovers and because the story became so More >
A new poster for the final installment in the Harry Potter franchise, The Deathly Hallows Part 2, was released today. So this poster shows me two things: the movie stars Daniel Radcliffe and … alright that’s all I’ve got. I can rant about the laziness of the modern movie poster, poorly designed in More >
Like many I have been skeptical that Warner Brothers could pull off a film capable of doing the Green Lantern justice. Today all doubt has been swept aside. The final trailer for Green Lantern, starring Ryan Reynolds, hit the net today through yahoo Movies and it is glorious. It looks exactly like More >
Well if this is not enough to get any artist or comic book geek excited, then I do not know what will. The Gnomon Gallery, located in West Hollywood, will be hosting a show featuring The Art of Legacy Effects on May 28th.
Legacy Effects (formerly Stan Winston Studios) has worked on a range of More >
It’s no Batman: The Animated Series, but the new cartoon incarnation of the Avengers is solid, undemanding fare for fans of all ages, says Fernando Caire, and a step up from Marvel’s previous animated versions.
I enjoy cartoons more then any grown man should. I grew up on them, and I may die More >
I was never a fan of the TINTIN comics. I mean not to say they were not any good, but I was far too busy with my Marvel and DC comics to care much for the adventures of a young investigator and his dog. Needless to say when it was announced that Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg would come More >