Lola and the Giant, an adventure within a Daydream

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Pre-orders go live for iam8bit’s Owlboy Collection

In collaboration with D-Pad Studio, the developers of last year’s Owlboy, iam8bit will be releasing the OwlBoy Collection. According to the

Injustice 2 new Shattered Alliances trailer shows Supergirl’s story

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Underground 2×03 ‘Ache’ recap

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Chime Sharp review: Return to the music puzzle game

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Ghost in the Shell Mondo Steelbook Blu-ray review

Ghost in the Shell, the classic Japanese animated movie, has been released a couple of times on Blu-ray, but since

Ghost in the Shell Mondo Steelbook Blu-ray review

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Second Red Nose Actually teaser trailer released

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Michael Shannon frontrunner to play Cable in ‘Deadpool 2’

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Power Rangers reboot is getting mixed reviews

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Sing – Blu-ray Review

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Power Rangers to feature big screen’s first openly gay superhero

Most fans of Power Rangers probably didn’t expect to get much out of the new film besides reliving their childhood

Lola and the Giant, an adventure within a Daydream

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Pre-orders go live for iam8bit’s Owlboy Collection

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Injustice 2 new Shattered Alliances trailer shows Supergirl’s story

Injustice 2 has released its third Shattered Alliances trailer, giving us a peek at the story of Supergirl and showing

Chime Sharp review: Return to the music puzzle game

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The beautiful world of Horizon Zero Dawn gets an art book

Horizon Zero Dawn has been getting rave reviews and has sold 2.6 million copies in two weeks. This is definitely great

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Limited Edition announced

Nintendo recently revealed that it will be releasing a Limited Edition Edition version of Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia for

Underground 2×03 ‘Ache’ recap

Recap: Daniel is reading to his daughter about a slave woman and how she is stronger than her fellow man.

New trailer for Mystery Science Theater 3000 released

It’s hard not to love the casting for Mystery Science Theater 3000′s two new Mads in the upcoming remake of

New CBS comedy pilot from HIMYM creators add Kristen Johnston

Variety reported that Kristen Johnston (Third Rock from the Sun) has joined the cast of Real Life, a new pilot from

First look into the final season of Orphan Black

BBC America has released the ten new images from the fifth and final season of the award-winning clone drama, Orphan

Outsiders 2×09 ‘Loyal to the Bone’ review & recap

What a way to end an episode! Hayley is going to meet the Farrell clan. G’win must have pregnancy brain

Netflix adds One Punch Man to its Japanese anime list

If you’re a fan of Japanese animation, then you’re in for a treat! Although, I would assume that if you’re

Horror Escapes LA: The Doctor’s Office review

Hey guys, welcome back to another escape room review. If you are familiar with us, you know we love a

Escape IQ Escape Rooms

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Countdown Live Escape Rooms

Escape rooms, they’re popping up everywhere. In fact, at the time of writing this article, there are roughly more than

Nerd Reactor’s BlizzCon 2016 Cosplay Music Video

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Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con Cosplay Music Video

What’s up Reactorites! Our cosplay music video from Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con (formerly Comikaze) is now live! Please check

Adventures of AkibaFest 2016 in Little Tokyo

Nerd Reactor’s John and Amber went on an adventure at AkibaFest 2016 in Little Tokyo this past weekend. The duo

Interview: John Scalzi on his new novel, politics, and the winner of the Star Wars/Star Trek debate

It’s hard not to have an opinion about best-selling science fiction author John Scalzi. Perhaps you admire him for bringing

Interview with Sword Art Online The Movie -Ordinal Scale- creators

Hollywood, California, played host to the March 1st U.S. premiere of Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale-, just eight

Interview: Moana’s Auli’i Cravalho on Oscars performance, not giving up, and balancing career and school

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