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Robert Walker
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Rob Walker is a writer and filmmaker in Colorado, and is creator of the comedy web series Victorian Cut-out Theatre. He loves horror films and comic books (American Vampire, Jonah Hex, The Flash, Planetary). Rob has been a Sherlockian since the age of ten, is a Dark Tower junky and believes that Indiana Jones is the greatest cinematic hero ever created. You can follow him on twitter at: @timidwerewolf and see his other writings and videos at robwalkerfilms.com

Great Scott! 13 pieces of Back to the Future Art

While I adore The Doctor and his Companion, if you grew up in the U.S. before 2005, your thoughts of time travel probably turned to the temporal adventures of Marty McFly

‘Scared Yet?’, a creepy pasta review series

If you’re a web comics reader, then you’re likely familiar with the work of Kris Straub. Creator of the space opera Starslip, the daily humor comic Chainsawsuit and the Lovecraftian epic

Explore a wasteland made of words in ‘A Dark Room’

Don’t be a hero. This was the first thought that crossed my mind as I discovered my first rifle after having taken down some scavengers. Supplies are short out here,

First picture of Sir Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes

Very few fictional characters have the longevity or popularity of Sherlock Holmes. Created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887, the character is now 127 years young, and between the

‘Adult Wednesday Addams’ leaves the nest in this web series

If your a fan of the hilarious and macabre, then you must check out the web series “Adult Wednesday Addams”, created by and starring Melissa Hunter. The series follows the

Top 6 best YouTube music of Legend of Zelda!

I’m a fan of movie and video game scores, and if your reading Nerd Reactor, chances are, you are too.  Perhaps the most iconic music in video game history comes from

Neil Gaiman’s ‘American Gods’ headed for television

It was announced this past Tuesday that Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods will finally be adapted to the small screen for STARZ television. Gaiman released a statement regarding the project

A few of my favorite things: Denver Comic Con 2014

This is the Denver Comic Con’s third year, and I have to say, I could not have been prouder of my home state for hosting such a wonderful event. The

Stephen King’s new book gets help from old friends

If you’re a fan of Stephen King, then you probably already know that his new book, Mr. Mercedes, drops today. The novel is being billed as a “race-against-time” thriller, following

5 alternate history novels for Wolfenstein fans

Wolfenstein: New Order* is on shelves and seems to be getting some great reviews. You can read our review of the game HERE. While it’s great to see a classic

Bond is back! On Netflix anyway

Streaming services like Hulu and Netflix have become a standard part of most people’s entertainment diet. We can pour through the collection of films offered almost as if we owned

Trial by Combat: Tyrion’s last chance

I tried to comfort my wife as she choked back sobs upon the conclusion of this past Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones. “If they kill Tyrion, I don’t think

Key and Peele’s 5 geekiest sketches

Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele are two of the strongest voices in comedy today. Key & Peele on Comedy Central has won over fans and critics alike with the

See the first episode of Showtime’s ‘Penny Dreadful’ for free

If you enjoy shows like Supernatural and True Blood, you have a few people to thank. The writers, technical staff and actors for these shows all deserve a pat on the

Eli Roth returns to horror with ‘The Green Inferno’

Horror fans should be familiar with the name Eli Roth, director of Cabin Fever, Hostel and Hostel II. While Roth began his career as a director, he’s been primarily a producer

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ 4 historical connections

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is an entertaining and poignant comic book film. It illustrates how Steve Rogers is integrating into modern society after being frozen since World War II,

The ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide’ game 30th anniversary

<You wake up. The room is spinning very gently round your head. Or at least it would be if you could see it which you can’t. It is pitch black.>

Five reasons to read The Dark Tower series

Hile, Gunslinger. If you recognize these words, we are very well met along the path of the beam, you and I. We are members of a fandom that can’t be

Stranger in a strange land: My time at Colorado’s Animeland Wasabi

Fifteen degrees and a dusting of snow heralds in the first full day of Animeland Wasabi. After seeing the cosplay at registration yesterday, I wonder how some of the attendees

Don Draper meets Rod Serling in ‘Walking Distance’

When I watched the pilot episode of the AMC show Mad Men, I was dazzled by the design and intrigued by the characters that illustrated the glamorous (and repressed) world