Reviews

Class 1×03 ‘Nightvisiting’ episode review

It looks like Class is dedicating each episode to one of the students to better understand their story. Last week, we learned a little bit about Ram. This week, we

Doctor Who’s ‘Thin Ice’ shows us the Doctor is ‘woke’ to the issues

Tonight’s Doctor Who episode ‘Thin Ice’ explored a side of the Doctor we never really explored before – race relations and privilege. The Doctor has had companions of color before, but

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is a wonderful but somewhat lesser sequel. In 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy surprised everyone with its off-the-wall humor and killer soundtrack. James Gunn’s

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is now available in stores. With Lord Voldemort growing increasingly powerful, Harry Potter and crew find themselves in the middle of yet another adventure.

Outsiders 2×13 ‘Unbroken Chain’ recap & review

Outsiders‘ season finale aired tonight with multiple cliffhangers for a potential unknown renewal. With WGN America rebranding their network and canceling their most popular series, Outsiders will need to find

Checking out KontrolFreek’s PlayStation 4 thumbstick extenders

Statistics show that 9 out of 10 people are gamers, and when it comes to online gaming, players are always looking for an advantage over their opponents. Console gamers, this

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is now available in stores. It’s very difficult to successfully translate the contents of a book to film. It’s much more difficult

Into the Badlands 2×06 ‘Leopard Stalks Through Snow’ recap & review

Recap After the devastating blast at Quinn’s hideout, Lydia wakes to find a large group of her clippers has been killed or injured. She turns to see the rest of

Class 1×02 ‘The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo’ review

The second episode of the new Doctor Who spin-off Class aired tonight in the US. It seemed to focus on Ram and the ramification of his encounter with aliens from the

Doctor Who’s ‘Smile’ just makes you want to do that (review)

Doctor Who aired its second episode from the new season tonight with a title fitting on how you would feel watching it – ‘Smile’. The Doctor takes new companion Bill

Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale review – A very hollow realization

By Frank Hurtado It’s no secret that the Sword Art Online of today is not the Sword Art Online of yesterday. The changes in tone and setting, for better or worse,

Unforgettable Review

Unforgettable doesn’t live up to its title. Once in a while, a thriller comes along and strikes a chord with audiences and instantly becomes a cultural phenomenon. Films like Fatal

American Gods: Yes, this is what we’ve been waiting for (review)

Finally, the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s award-winning novel American Gods has come to life on screen. Nerd Reactor had the pleasure of checking out the first four out of eight

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands (review)

It’s been a little over a month since Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands was released. And after a month of hunting down and disabling the Santa Blanca Cartel, it’s time so see

Belkin Boost Up 15W Rapid Wireless Charging Pad

The Belkin Boost UP 15W Rapid Wireless Charging Pad is one of the most popular 3rd party QI chargers available. I recently received one and tested it out to see how

Outsiders 2×12 ‘What Must Be Done’ recap & review

Update: Title was incorrect. Title is What Must Be Done. Recap Here comes the sheriff The National Guard has gotten involved with the town regarding the Farrells. Wade sees them

The Promise Review

The Promise doesn’t really live up to its promise. The Armenian genocide is one of the biggest untold stories in all of human history. Early in the 20th century, over

Mass Effect: Andromeda delivers on every level (Review)

Mass Effect is a series that’s been near and dear to my heart for many years now. To say I’m a fan is an understatement. I’ve played the first game

Nintendo sells 2.4 million Nintendo Switch units in first month of launch

A new console will always give gamers a reason to be excited again. The Nintendo Switch has proved that after its first month of launch. Released on March 3rd, the

Dungeon and Dragons – Volo’s Guide to Monsters (review)

Let’s clear some things first… So you’ve stopped the Rise of Tiamat, shattered the Princes of the Apocalypse, pulled yourself Out of the Abyss, challenged the Curse of Strahd, and