The producers of Paranormal Activity and the upcoming Sinister film aren’t content with making scary films. Now they’re taking their talents from Blumhouse Productions into Downtown Los Angeles and creating a scary attraction called The Blumhouse of Horrors. The attraction features a guided tour More >
One sad day PSP readers are not looking forward to is October 31st. The PSP Digital Comics store has only been alive for a couple of years now, but this week Sony Entertainment America (SCEA) announced that it was going to close the PSP comic store. After October 30, 2012, the app needed to More >
Alright you comic book geeks living in or near the Los Angeles area, the Comic Book Vixens burlesque show is back this Friday, September 28th, at the Dragonfly. In this edition, the show will be pitting sexy Marvel characters against DC characters. The Devil’s Playground is helping us sponsor the More >
When creating a film for a beloved character, many aspects go into the creation process. How to bring the character to life, what to include and exclude from its original source, how they interact with their world, etc. The creators of “Independence Day” and “Stargate” had a chance to make an More >
Danai Gurira, who plays Michonne in The Walking Dead, is getting ready for her role in Season 3 by training in sword martial arts. It’s cool that we finally get a character that is a badass when dealing with zombies up close. Check out the behind-the-scenes video of Gurira practicing with her More >
Just in case some of you haven’t heard, Universal Pictures recently delayed their Samurai Epic entitled “47 Ronin” for a 2013 release. If you don’t know who or what the 47 Ronin are, it’s a movie based off of a Japanese historical event where 47 Ronin (Masterless Samurai) take vengeance on the More >
Eric Nakamura’s Giant Robot is having its third Biennale art gallery located at The Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo near Downtown Los Angeles featuring eight up-and-coming artists and customized vinyl figure collection.
The featured artists are Rob Sato, Deth P. Sun, Ako More >
Christian Bale may have hung up his cape with The Dark Knight Rises but that does not mean he won’t do what he can to help people in need. Earlier this year, Christian Bale visited the victims of the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado. A great moment that helped lifted many spirits in recovering More >
This past August 3rd-5th saw a unique invasion in the streets of Montreal as geeks and cosplayers flocked to La Palais du Congres for the 6th annual Otakuthon anime convention with Nerd Reactor writers in tow. The convention, which was started up by the Concordia University’s anime club, averages More >
According to Associated Press and USA Today, Michael Clarke Duncan has passed away in a Los Angeles hospital. He went to the hospital after having a heart attack on July 13. Michael Clarke Duncan has been in many movies such as Armageddon, Kung Fu Panda, Planet of the Apes and his award nominating More >
The app features Neptune and Noire, allowing you to improve your relationship with them by visiting them and talking to them similar to a dating More >
In a perfect world, I would love to visit Middle-earth. Too bad it’s a fictional world created by Tolkien. The closest thing to Middle-earth in our reality happens to be New Zealand, the place where Peter Jackson filmed The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit trilogy. Tourism New Zealand just More >
Okay, so being a hobbit might not be all that glamorous, but I always thought it’d be fun to walk around like a hobbit. Thanks to ThinkGeek, my dreams will come true. I present to you the Plush Halfling Slippers.
You can get the Plush Halfling Slippers at ThinkGeek for $19.99.
Now before I begin, this article is about presenting the fact that there are a variety of girls that are into gaming now. Why is that? I was intrigued by this so I interviewed several girls who’s ages ranged from early 20s to their 40s who are actually into gaming itself. I wanted to poke into More >
No really, who would win? The Spartan has the armor capabilities, but Predator has the active camo and the element of surprise. In all honesty, I’d say they’re fairly even. So what better way to decide the better combatant than in a bunch of random events. From golf to cooking, the guys at Freakin More >
Recently in Los Angeles, iam8bit hosted the Combo Attack: 25 years of Street Fighter gallery. The show featured amazing artwork from over 50 different artists. The event was huge to say the least, as the line was down the street and around the corner just to get in. The Gravy Train food truck was More >
If you’re in the Los Angeles area, I’d like to let you guys know about an upcoming event called PopUp Dinner LA. So what is this event exactly? It’s part flash mob and part big picnic event where attendees dress in all white and gather together with others who appreciate More >
If you’re into astronomy, or also into science fiction, then you should definitely download the Cosmos Story app for the iPad and iPhone. It’s an audio and visual interactive experience that guides you through the universe.
I’ve had a chance to check out the app, and it’s pretty “far out”. When More >
Potted Potter is a Harry Potter improv parody show that condenses 7 Harry Potter books into 70 minutes that’s currently playing in New York City. We got to chat with the two leads, Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner, about the show. It will travel across the nation starting this Fall.
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Sometimes there are some things that can’t help but put a smile on your face. The joy of a family member seeing someone return home from active duty, even if it’s just for a little bit, is heartwarming to say the least. I’ve seen many videos of soldiers dressed as Santa Claus, but I think these More >
Check out the limited edition RealD 3D glasses for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. I’m not sure if the design is modeled after the orcs or the dwarves, but they do look uncomfortable.
I wonder if they did a Hobbit-themed 3D pair of glasses, would it be coated with a Hobbit skin color with feet More >
Back in March it was announced that scalping, which was originally planned as a feature, had been removed from the up-and-coming Assassin’s Creed III. Even before the announcement was made there had been some developed discussion online about whether or not scalping should be present in the title. More >
Chances are that if you’re writing for a gaming site, you’ve probably imagined yourself working at a video game company. Well, that’s what Spencer Yip, an editor at Siliconera, did when he found Yummy Yummy Tummy studios in 2011. At Anime Expo 2012, NIS America announced they had teamed up More >
Who doesn’t love zombies? With The Walking Dead TV show, Resident Evil games, and Paul W.S. Anderson’s never-ending journey to milk the Resident Evil film franchise dry, zombies are here to stay. Our buddies over at Conquest Pictures have launched a Zombie Pinup Calendar Kickstarter project that More >