Reviews

Spike TV’s The Mist premiere turns a small town upside down (review)

When The Mist came out back in 2007, I remember walking out of the film thinking how much I enjoyed the ending. I then looked at my now-wife, who thought it

American Gods finale episode 8 ‘Come to Jesus’ (recap)

Episode 8 ‘Come to Jesus’ is the finale episode of the first season of American Gods. What would typically seem like a show falling short in length, this is episode

Review: Solo’s Everyday Max backpack perfect for your convention needs

Convention season is coming up – E3, Anime Expo, D23, San Diego Comic-Con, and the Star Trek convention – and those in the social media and news world are going

“Steven Universe: Save The Light’ takes the best elements from the series

For the past four years, Steven Universe has graced our television screen on Cartoon Network. Steven Universe has been hailed as one of the most important and influential shows on television

American Gods episode 7 ‘Prayer for Mad Sweeney’ (recap)

This week’s episode took a pause from the main storyline of Shadow and Mr. Wednesday to reflect on Mad Sweeney and his past. Mr. Ibis narrates and takes us back

BenQ HT2150ST Projector: Immersive home theater experience (review)

Big screen televisions are perfect for immersing yourself in a movie, TV show, video game or sports program. However, if you want to move the TV around, it can be

The Mummy is a welcome first act to Dark Universe (movie review)

With all the hype and money to be made around extended cinematic universes, is it any surprise that Universal decided to throw their hat into the ring with their new

Ex Machina – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Ex Machina hits stores on June 6th. Alex Garland has shown us numerous times that he is one of the best sci-fi writers working today. Although it’s not as thrilling as

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Review

Ever since “The Adventures of Captain Underpants” was published back in 1997, children were charmed by Dav Pilkey’s comedic sensibilities. From the Flip-o-Rama to the character names, it became a

Romoss Sailing 6 large power bank review

The Romoss Sailing 6 is a large battery bank (20,800 mAh) for when you’re at a long event, trip or convention. It is large enough that you will not need

Wonder Woman Review

Wonder Woman (finally) brings hope and optimism to the DCEU. In its relatively short existence, the DC Extended Universe has gone through its fair share of unpleasant criticism. Hardcore DC

Dredd – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Dredd hits stores on June 6th. In this gritty reboot of the 1995 film, Dredd is an unapologetically violent and entertaining film that lives up to the spirit of the comic.

American Gods episode 5 ‘Lemon Scented You’ (recap)

American Gods Episode 5 “Lemon Scented You” takes viewers into the second half of the season. Audiences have spent the last month guessing a lot about what’s going on with

Danganronpa 1.2 Reload (PS4 review) – Murder and a psycho bear

The PS Vita is home to a vast array of visual novels, some of the best being the Danganronpa series. It’s centered around different groups of colorful teenagers as they fight for

Zoe escape room is the scariest yet in OC and LA

It’s hard to believe that it’s been three years since the Nerd Reactor team did their first escape room. Since that time, we have covered more than 30 different rooms.

Outlast 2 review – Catch me if you can!

Horror is a tricky genre to tackle, especially in video games. Either the game is based solely around jump-scares like Five Nights at Freddy’s, or it provides an uneasy atmosphere

Choetech Portable Power Bank – A good fit for Nintendo Switch? (review)

Battery power banks are a hot product on the market thanks to the immense popularity of smartphones, tablets, and gaming devices like the Nintendo Switch. Speed and capacity are the

Baywatch barely stays afloat thanks to Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron (review)

If ever there was a film to test the absolute limit of Dwayne Johnson’s seemingly limitless charisma, Baywatch would be it. A campy comedy based on a campy ’90s TV

Logan – Blu-ray Review

Logan hits stores on May 23rd. In comparison to other superhero solo outings, Logan is very unique. Instead of an action adventure movie, Logan is an emotional character-driven drama. Michael

Edge of Belgravia Professional Knives: Review

If you love food as much as I do, then you would realize the current growing trend of creating new and exciting food. Watching chefs create these wonderful delectable delicious