Reviews

Imperium Review

Neo-Nazi stories have been told in cinemas for decades now. American History X, The Believer, and Romper Stomper all told compelling tales of neo-Nazis impact on society. FBI agent Michael

Sausage Party Review

Although there have been many R-rated animated films before, Seth Rogen wanted to create the very first R-rated CG-animated film and he’s been trying to get it made for the

Belkin mixit Power Pack 6600 (review)

Even though cell phone batteries seem to be getting bigger and bigger, they still are unable to get the user through the day without a recharge. For power users, the

Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 1 ‘Realm of Shadows’ (review)

Telltale Games has been one of the busiest game developers lately releasing non-stop game after game, with eight of its trademark episodic interactive story book games in the past 5 years.

Tesoro ‘s ‘Arrow of the Stars’ Sagitta Gaming Mouse (review)

The Constellation “Sagitta” originally comes from the legendary arrow used by Heracles/Hercules to kill Aquila, Jupiter/Zeus’ eagle, in order to free Prometheus from his punishment. Fast-forward to today, and we

Don’t Think Twice Review

Scraping by in a big city chasing your dreams of hitting it big is a film concept that we’ve seen plenty of times before. Yet while there have been plenty

5 bad things about Suicide Squad

After what felt like an eternity of hype and all the pressure in the world from fans to drag the DC Cinematic Universe out of the trenches dug so deep

Batman: The Killing Joke Review

Since 1939, Batman is one of the most recognizable and beloved superhero characters of all time. His adventures have spanned a wide array of multimedia platforms that has expanded his

Star Trek Beyond Review

2016 marks the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, and in those years Gene Roddenberry’s brainchild has inspired and entertained fans around the world. After all, when you celebrate 50 years

SDCC 2016: Hands-on first impressions with Battlefield 1

Battlefield has been a long-time FPS staple for me in my many years of gaming. I’ve played, literally, every iteration of the franchise, with the exception of Battlefield 2142 (couldn’t

Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force (PS Vita) – Review

By Xchel Nakamura Gundam is a series you may have grown up watching, or at least have heard about from your friends, especially since it’s been around since the ’90s

Ice Age: Collision Course Review

The Ice Age franchise has been around for over 14 years now. Who would’ve known that a franchise revolved around a wooly mammoth, a sabertooth tiger, a sloth, and two opossums

It’s mercenary magic with Grand Kingdom (PS Vita review)

Grand Kingdom combines the elements of classic grid-based strategy RPG with traditional 2D sidescrolling RPG mechanics. Players must form a mercenary squad and attempt to become the greatest mercenary squad

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition – Blu-ray Review

When Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice finally released in theaters back in March, the reviews were less than stellar (our review). Rightfully so as the film was both sloppy

Nerd Reactor barely survives the new Escape Hotel in Hollywood

The Nerd Reactor gents and I were invited to try out the new Escape Hotel escape room experience in Hollywood, California, this past weekend. Joined by Arvin, Narvin, Jose, John and Mark,

Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ takes us on an ultimate ’80s nostalgia adventure (spoilers)

Image courtesy of Netflix If you’re an ’80s baby like me, you could not resist binging all 8 episodes of ‘Stranger Things’ that premiered on Netflix this weekend. The show

10 Second Ninja X (PS4 review)

What happens when an evil pirate steals all the wildlife and turns them into robots? You break them free! But you only have 10 seconds to do so. 10 Second

2D brawler ‘Never Gone’ iOS review

In a world where demons, vampires and humans all co-exist and is involved in a never-ending war, you are tasked to bringing balance by wreaking havoc across the lands. NeverGone,

Why Ghostbusters might just be the surprise movie of the summer

Since the announcement of the re-imagined Ghostbusters, people were criticizing it. Fans of the originals were claiming it will ruin the originals, or at least the first one. Now whether

The Infiltrator Review

As we’ve learned from Netflix’s “Narcos,” Pablo Escobar is not a person you want to mess with. There are plenty of stories out there involving Escobar and Robert Mazur’s book