Review: Jupiter Ascending

Way back in 1999, the Wachowskis created one of the best sci-fi films ever with The Matrix. Their ambitious creative approach to filmmaking changed sci-fi action films for years to come.

Nisekoi: False Love Vol. 2 (Blu-ray review)

Nisekoi: False Love volume 1 introduced Raku Ichijo and Chitoge Kirisaki, who are forced into a “fake” relationship in order to stop a war between the mafia and the yakuza. Now the

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation review

Have you ever beaten a video game and thought maybe they could have fixed this part or add this here? Well Idea Factory did that with its previous release of Hyperdimension

Square Enix’s Life is Strange Episode 1 Review

Life is Strange is a story-based game that features player choices, where the consequences of all your in-game actions and decisions will impact the past, present and future. The choose

Cheero Energy Plus 12000mAh review

We’ve all attended a work function or social event and at some point hear the pitiable cry of, “Does anybody have a charger?” Overestimating battery life and losing the use

Gotham review: ‘Welcome Back, Jim Gordon’

Gotham has had its ups and downs throughout this season – mostly up with the characters and the twists. This episode seemed to bring it back down. SUPER GORDON Jim

Escape Room LA: The Detective – A real-life escape room review

Escape rooms are popular among those looking for a real-life puzzle-solving game. I have been to plenty of these escape room games. Some of them are great, and some of

Citizens of Earth Review – Making them do it all

Citizens of Earth is your wacky, retro-inspired RPG from Eden Industries and published by Atlus USA. You take control of the newly elected Vice President of the World, who after

Valvrave the Liberator Blu-ray Complete Season 2 review

By Kenny Kong Valverave the Liberator Season 2 is now available as a Blu-Ray set bundled with some extras from Aniplex USA. The Blu-ray set features 12 episodes on 3 Blu-ray

Resident Evil HD Remaster review

The words ‘classic’ and ‘timeless’ are often overused in the video game review industry. When a new game comes out that really wows the critics, you will find them throwing

Agent Carter review: ‘Time & Tide’

Bless my fangirling heart, but I’ve fallen hard for Agent Carter. The mini-series’ third episode, which aired Tuesday, January 13th, continued on the stellar trajectory it began on with the

Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

Five years ago, both Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman came together to adapt Mark Millar’s comic book series: Kick-Ass. Now on his third comic book adaptation, Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman

Review: Nyko Modular Power Station (Xbox One)

There are few feelings as special as buying a brand new console. While every next generation of gaming system brings new innovations and solutions, one area that has yet to

Review: Mythbusters 10th Anniversary Collection

Any television show that can educate and entertain simultaneously I am on board with. Discovery’s Mythbusters has been one of the best at this concept over the past 10 years,

Onimonogatari Limited Edition Blu-ray Review

  We’ve reached the second to last arc in Monogatari Season Two, “Onimonogatari,” which features Araragi’s cheeky vampire sidekick, Shinobu (or formerly Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade if you’re nitpicky), as the main

Vice (movie review)

The best genre fiction has something to say about the world around us and our place in it. Ideas about foreign policy, xenophobia or disease can be difficult and unpleasant

Predestination review: Time traveling with Ethan Hawke

It’s been a while since I’ve seen an Ethan Hawke film. I have enjoyed his performances when I was younger with films like Training Day and Gattaca. However, I haven’t seen

‘Marvel’s Agent Carter’ season premiere review

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is starting to become the ever-expanding behemoth we’re expecting it to be. The past few months had the MCU bring in the cosmic universe with Guardians

Top 10 PC Gaming Tech of 2014

We’ve tested more mice, keyboards, headsets, and gear in 2014 than ever before here at Nerd Reactor. With the year coming to a close and CES just around the corner,

‘Mother’ is always watching, a daily tracker review

We rely on technology every day to help improve our daily lives, especially when it comes to lifestyle choices. I own several pedometers and fitness monitors, a temperature monitor for