Tag "Documentary"

Podcast documentary looking for support on Indiegogo

In case you missed it, we here at Nerd Reactor are huge fans of the podcasting medium. In fact there is a link at the top of the homepage that

The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary Trailer

Gaming is often more than just a hobby; its a passion. It’s something we care about, more than just the occasional gaming session. We like to read articles on websites

X Japan premieres documentary We Are X at Sundance Film Festival

X Japan, one of Japan’s most prolific and infamous heavy metal bands, premiered their documentary, We Are X , at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the World Cinema Documentary Competition.

All Work, All Play – An honest look into the growth of e-sports

What’s the reality behind pursuing a career in professional gaming? Renowned director Patrick Creadon gives us a wonderful documentary chronicling the League of Legends team C9 during the Intel Extreme Masters Championship 9

Kickstarter: ‘For the Love of Spock’: A documentary about the life of Leonard Nimoy

Three months after the death of Leonard Nimoy, a Kickstarter was started to raise funds about the late actor’s life. His son, Adam, announced to Variety that he plans on producing

Mudbloods: A Film About Quidditch (review)

While viewers across the United States are transfixed on their TVs to catch the latest college football games, another group of students can solemnly swear that they are up to

‘A Brony Tale’ review: Just needs to be 20 percent cooler

The world lacks a great deal of love and the magic of friendship, and Bronies are the ones to bring it back. That’s the core of the message behind the

Calling all female gamers for documentary!

Calling all females in the gaming community! Video game scholars Drs. Jennifer deWinter and Carly Kocurek are looking for female gamers for their documentary (tentatively called Trolls Under the Bridge:

New documentary ‘Birth of the Living Dead’ examines the origins of Romero classic (review)

Zombies are big right now, and for almost a decade their influence in popular culture only seems to get stronger year to year. We see them in books and comics,

Smithsonian Channel Documentary THE INCREDIBLE BIONIC MAN

In the field of artificial limbs and organs, would it be possible to create a human being entirely from scratch using this technology? That is the question the Smithsonian Channel

Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction Review

How do you examine the life of a performer with a career spanning over 200 films, especially someone as widely recognized and superbly enigmatic as Harry Dean Stanton? That is

Go behind the scenes on Injustice: Gods Among Us

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyL6uod1_Cw[/youtube] For those curious on what has been going on behind the development team for upcoming DC fighter Injustice, NetherRealm has provided a bit of a glimpse for you. A

Spartacus: Whitfield’s final days documentary needs YOUR help

Andy Whitfield, star of Spartacus: Blood and Sand, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 39 and lost the battle 18 months later. He was first diagnosed after

The Captains: A Film by William Shatner – Review

The Captains, a film by William Shatner review. Movie stills and review of the film.

POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Red Carpet Premiere

Last week we here at Nerd Reactor were at the red carpet premiere of Morgan Spurlock‘s (Super Size Me) new documentary POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.  In

Tokyopop’s Great Eastern Japan Earthquake Disaster Documentary

Tokyopop‘s CEO Stu Levy has announced on the website for Tokyopop’s America’s Greatest Otaku reality web series, that he will be spending the next year in the Japanese prefecture of Miyagi.  He

FOCUS: A Documentary Review – Through the Eyes of a Competitive Street Fighter Player

Nerd Reactor gets an exclusive advance screening of FOCUS: A Documentary, a film about Mike Ross, one of America’s most well-known Street Fighter IV players. The cut we were provided