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Last Week This Week with Geekgasm

A show we stumbled upon recently is called Geekgasm. It is hosted by a nerdy lass named Jenny Lorenzo and I have to say she is definitely a good watch.

Guardians of the Galaxy cocktails

Some are hooked on a feeling, some are high on believing… Me, I just like booze. I am working on seeing someone about it… BUT until then we found something

Dorkly’s mad scientist chart shows us truly how mad they are

We all know the trope; a genius unappreciated by the world with a grudge and axe to grind who decides to do something about it for the sake of proving to

Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine… one last time?

Last month we reported that Hugh Jackman wanted to play Wolverine until he dies. He’s pretty much created the cinema version of Wolverine and in many fans’ eyes, he truly

Pokemon Company releases new dates and locations for Symphony

The Pokémon Company has recently added to its Washington DC and Philadelphia Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions concert series, giving fans a wider range of dates and locations to choose from. The

Brett Ratner interested in remaking Enter the Dragon?

Many X-Men fans were really turned off by the direction of Brett Ratner’s X-Men film, X-Men: The Last Stand. Now the director has expressed interest in remaking Enter the Dragon,

Kill Me Three Times review

Kriv Stenders’ new Australian film Kill Me Three Times is a revolving storyline about horrible connected people basically killing each other. The storyline and characters are all connected in this

What’s nerdlesque and why is it everything I ever dreamed of?

When geeks go wild, everybody wins. It turns out that geek and nerd culture wasn’t the only thing to have a sort of mainstream resurgence in the mid-2000s; burlesque performances

Fun, fun, fun until daddy takes the T-Bird (Chevy Malibu) away!

By Nathan Lichtman PJ O’Rourke once stated that cheap cars (with nice backseats) were responsible for the baby-boomer generation. Before the backseat, creating a child with your high school girlfriend

Surprising death from IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #44 was released this week by IDW Publishing, and it has a big surprise. The “Attack on Technodrome” story arc wrapped up, and it resulted in

ESL Heroes of the Storm – a week before playoffs

Summon the eternal heroes. Heroes of the Storm is a wild, online team brawler battle starring your favorite Blizzard characters, with the ability to build and customize heroes from every

Rapper Jason Chu brings forward growing up as a geek

Rapper Jason Chu released a new single, MARVELS, about the struggles of growing up as a geek. The music video was released yesterday and stars Fresh Off the Boat star Hudson

Nerd Court: The Trial of Star Trek’s William T. Riker

Skybound’s Nerd Court has Commander Holly and Tina Huang debate about Star Trek: The Next Generation character Number One aka William T. Riker. Their argument – Is William T. Riker

Dead Rising: Watchtower review

When I first heard that there was going to be a Dead Rising digital film based on Capcom’s popular zombie-filled video game that’s being produced by Legendary Entertainment, I squealed in delight. Dead

Lovel Up – Tinder for gamers

As a guy who has uses Tinder, it’s a great app for meeting up with that special someone. However, since I’m a gamer, it’s hard to find that special someone who’s

Chronicle writer explains why ‘Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling’ in star-studded short

Screenwriter and filmmaker Max Landis has a pretty big year ahead of him. This year alone, Max has five films that he’s written coming out including American Ultra, Victor Frankenstein, Mr.

Vikings S3 Episode 5 ‘The Usurper’ previews and photos

The History Channel has released some new photos and videos for the next episode of Vikings titled “The Usurper.” Episode 305 airs on March 19th, Thursday, at 10 p.m. PT/ET.

Group wants to make lightsaber duels an Olympic sport

If you’re a Star Wars fan, you have likely wielded a lightsaber before. There are groups out there dedicating their time to practice the art of lightsabers. (One example is

A sneak peek of Alan Tudyk’s ‘Con Man’

With 27 days left for his Indiegogo Campaign, Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion’s webseries Con Man has reached over a million dollars of the $425,000 requested. With this much support for

Ultimate Skyrim gives you Dragon Farts

Just short of sending the masses spam, humor has touched the hearts of Nerd Reactorites everywhere. If you haven’t played The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, or lovingly referenced as Skyrim,