Posts From NR Team

Ziplines at Pacific Crest has us ziplining in a forest 300 feet in the air

By Arvin Santiago and John Nguyen If you’re like us at Nerd Reactor, then chances are video games, movies, and escape rooms are the activities that take up most of

The most popular fake products in showbiz

By A. Lynne Rush Product placement is omnipresent in films and TV, but sometimes product placement just won’t do. Whether a production doesn’t want to shill for a product or

Scary movies might be right

By A. Lynne Rush Is there someone behind you? Someone hiding under your bed? Behind the shower curtain? In the movies, the things that go bump in the night are

Video game crossovers we’d love to see

By A. Lynn Rush Video game crossovers are nothing new — all you have to do is look at “Smash Bros.,” “Marvel Vs Capcom,” or “Tekken” to find a motley

In honor of The Shape of Water’s fish loving, here’s more weird sci-fi smash

By A. Lynne Rush Let’s face it: questionable sex exists. It’s why we have things like protection, STD testing, and the walk of shame. Sometimes it leads to adventure and romance,

Dirty video game tricks that need to stop

By A. Lynne Rush We’ve all been there — the moment the game changes all the rules on you and eats you alive. We’ve all had to resist the urge to

Everything we know about Hulu’s Castle Rock so far

By A. Lynne Rush There’s no doubt 2017 treated Stephen King fans right (especially if we’re pretending that Dark Tower movie never happened). 2018 is primed to follow that trend, and

Atlanta Comic Con makes its debut July

By Stephanie Set A new CONtender has emerged in the Atlanta comic convention scene, aptly named Atlanta Comic Con. Atlanta Comic Con debuts on July 13-15, 2018, at the Georgia

Favorites, Disappointments and Surprises of Gaming in 2017

2017 saw many great games along with lots of controversy surrounding microtransactions. The Nintendo Switch has become a big hit with exclusive titles that you can take with you anywhere

Nerd Reactor’s Holiday Gift Guide 2017

It’s the holiday season, and that means there will be plenty of people doing some last-minute shopping. There are so many video games, movies and TV shows released for 2017,

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses (review)

By Chris del Castillo The Legend of Zelda series has come a long way since the release of the 1986 game on the Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System. What started as a

Legend Of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Interview with producer Jason Michael Paul

By Chris del Castillo Over a decade ago, I would have never imagined that companies like Square Enix and Nintendo would rent out places like the Dolby Theater in Los

More Crunchyroll Expo guests revealed, programming schedule posted

By Keira Truong Crunchyroll is holding its first Expo this weekend, and it is filled with special guests and plenty of programming to keep you busy. Earlier last week, Crunchyroll Expo

Crunchyroll Expo’s diverse guests of honor

By Keira Truong Crunchyroll Expo is rolling in with a wide variety of featured guests! From guests of honor to creators and animators, cosplayers and voice actors, and even people of

Change in cast announced for Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Season 3

By Keira Truong Season 3 of Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma will premiere this coming Fall season. And luckily for fans, most of the Japanese cast remains the same. However,

Updated cast list for The Ancient Magus’ Bride

By Keira Truong Three more voice actors have been announced for the anticipated new anime The Ancient Magus’ Bride. Prolific voice actor Daisuke Namikawa (Ulquiorra from Bleach, Oikawa Tooru from

Your Name café travel bus heading to Japan for a limited time

By Keira Truong For fans of Makoto Shinkai’s film, Your Name, a café travel bus will run in Tokyo for a limited time from August 3rd to September 29th in

SDCC 2017: PSYCH comes back with a love letter to fans

By: Esther Kim Three years after their series finale, USA Network’s Psych has officially returned with a holiday movie! The beloved cast reunited at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday to

Miyu Irino at Anime Expo 2017 – Panel with transcript

By Keira Truong Miyu Irino has had a prolific career as a voice actor and singer. From older roles like Sora (Kingdom Hearts) and Syaoran Li (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle) to

Anisong Matsuri Super Live at Anime Expo 2017

By Keira Truong Anisong Matsuri brought back another great lineup at AnimeExpo 2017 this year! Featured artists were Konomi Suzuki, Mashiro Ayano, GARNiDELiA, ALI PROJECT, Minori Chihara, and angela. Recap