Posts From NR Team

Abyss Odyssey (PS4 review)

By Xchel Monroy The days of old-school platformers are again revisited in Abyss Odyssey. This game is pretty much straight platformer, and it seems that the main point is to

Why a movie about Blade’s daughter could work

By Michael Rivera There’s a rumor that Marvel is considering bringing back Blade to the big screen, but not in the way you may think. Blade would be stepping back as

Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] Blu-ray Box Set 1 review

By Xchel Monroy It is not often when an anime comes along that excels in quality animation and plot. Few series do an outstanding job of delivering hefty doses of animation quality

From Dusk Till Dawn 2×01: The second season begins…

By Jes Vu DISCLAIMER: Nerd Reactor has never featured recaps/reviews of El Rey Network’s television adaptation of the cult classic From Dusk Till Dawn until now. This review will contain

Marvel teams up with MLB for clothing collection

By Tee Jay Nerds are crossing over to jock territory. For the last few years Star Wars has had quite a presence in Major League Baseball, with events happening on

Review: ALDNOAH.ZERO Limited Edition Blu-ray Vol.1‏

By Lareesa Going into this review, Aldnoah.Zero is already one of my favorite mecha/drama anime. It is centered on a war of two sides: Earth (Terrans) and Mars (Vers). The show

Humans ‘Episode 6’ recap and review

By Josh Kaye So far in Humans, we’ve seen the human/synth relationship being tested to the limits. How dependent has civilization been on synth’s? Do people find themselves connecting with

Humans ‘Episode 5’ recap & review

By Josh Kaye Last week, we finally began to get some answers to some of the big questions brought about in Humans. We learned a bit about Leo and why

Interview: Shannon Kook on Dark Places, The Christmas Horror Story, and all things geeky

By Jes Vu Shannon Kook has made his career with iconic roles such as the openly gay football player Zane Park on Degrassi: The Next Generation, before venturing off to

Humans ‘Episode 4’ recap & review

By Josh Kaye After last week’s episode of Humans, there’s a lot going on and still not many answers. What’s the deal with Laura and this “Tom” person? We saw

‘Cop Car’ review

  By Josh Kaye There aren’t many people who will have heard of Cop Car, and that’s not very surprising. For one, the only big name is Kevin Bacon. Shea

Humans: ‘Episode 3’ recap & review

By Josh Kaye Before going into the episode 3 recap of Humans, here’s a quick rundown of the important events episode 2. Laura is suspicious of Anita that she took

15 things you need to know about AMC’s Humans

By Josh Kaye On June 28th, AMC’s newest show Humans made its North American debut to a solid audience of about 1.7 million people. While that isn’t quite the haul

AMC’s ‘Humans’ episode 1 review

By Josh Kaye 2015 has been a busy year for artificial intelligence. With Chappie, the surprise hit Ex Machina, and the blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron, the topic is basically everywhere.

John Williams is recording Star Wars: The Force Awakens in LA

By George Shaw There’s no doubt what a huge fan of Star Wars I am. I was so inspired by Disney’s acquisition of Star Wars, that I made Star Wars

Television raised me

By Michael Ramey Let me start off by saying that I have two great parents and this is no way to say they were incapable of raising me. This article

The case for Mad Max: Fury Road’s Immortan Joe

By Peter Bean Mad Max: Fury Road was an amazing spectacle that used practical stunts and understood story better than most action films. In every great tale there is a

Arrow vs. The Flash: Battle of the seasons

By Michael Ramey Before the season began there was a lot of hype towards the Flash television series, so there was no way of it living up to the hype,

Nintendo to help drive mobile gaming to $100 billion mark

By Jessica Oaks The popularity of unofficial Nintendo emulator apps should tell you something about the enduring love those of us who have moved on to mobile have for our old

The VOID, virtual reality experience park

By Michael Ramey It has been described as “the vision of infinite dimensions,” but the VOID also has the promise of infinite possibilities. The VOID is a virtual reality experience