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Over at the NR HQ, we recently received a new monitor from Sceptre,the X270W-1080P. Now, I’ve reviewed movies, video games, even a porn parodies but never a computer monitor. Imagine how funny I thought it was when I found out the unit I’d be reviewing is made by the same people that made the More >
I remember going to a midnight screening of REPO!: The Genetic Opera a couple of years back. The theater had accidentally double booked two midnight screenings that evening. One for REPO! and another for The Big Lebowski. The Juxtaposition of goths mixed with long haired ‘Dudes’ wearing bath robes More >
Believe this or not faithful readers, but I am a fanboy. I know right? Who would have thought? I am also willing to bet my bottom dollar that the majority of you who come to this site are too. When PAUL was released this year, I was torn. On one had it starred Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (A More >
Live from Comic-Con, the Nerd Reactor crew was among the FIRST publicly in the world to review Marvel’s next big movie, Captain America: The First Avenger. With Marvel on a roll as of late, will the money train come to a screeching halt with Captain America? Does Chris Evans accidentally say, More >
The Nerd Reactor crew reviews two big summer blockbusters and hopes that they didn’t waste their money. In the red corner, all the way from Cybertron. He is the big chief, the head hancho, the pappa with the big mappa, Optimus Prime! In the blue corner, from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and More >
Rango is not only the first animated feature from ILM but the first from Director Gore Verbinski as well. Rango stepped into a genre where many studios have already established themselves as CGI powerhouses. Instead of the cute fluff we are used to from Pixar, this western tale chose to take cg More >
Well here we are at the third iteration in Capcom’s flagship fighting game, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (or AE). In addition to new character balances, four brand new characters are added to the rosters: Hong Kong Twins, Yun and Yang (who were previously introduced in Street Fighter More >
Do you like platformers? Do you like Ikaruga? If so, then Outland is a game that might fit your bill. Developed by the amazing team at Housemarque (who also developed the mindlessly fun Dead Nations and puzzlingly addictive Super Stardust series), Outland is a mash up of several genres and mixes More >
Nerd Reactor continues its Summer Blockbuster movie coverage with the Green Lantern, but does it meet the hype? Should Ryan Reynolds really consider that Deadpool movie over the Green Lantern sequel? What does this mean for the possible Justice League movie? Most importantly, surrounded by big name More >
Alien invasion films have been around since the dawn of the cinematic age. From the 1956 classic, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, to the 1996 popcorn flick Independence Day, the genre has been done to death and it is challenging for any film to bring something new to the table. Battle: Los Angeles More >
With the disappointment over the last 2 films, Matthew Vaughn attempts to breathe some new life back into the X-Men franchise. X-Men: First Class takes us back to where it all started and hopes that many fans have forgotten about X-Men: Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Nerd Reactor takes More >
The porn industry rakes in billions every year and a large majority of that money probably comes from nerds. Whether it’s hentai, sex video games, sex toys or just good old fashion porno, there’s definitely no shortage of options for the average nerd. In recent years, the industry took a bold move More >
With overall dislike of the last 2 films, will Johnny Depp and Co. be able to revitalize the franchise or will More >
It’s no Batman: The Animated Series, but the new cartoon incarnation of the Avengers is solid, undemanding fare for fans of all ages, says Fernando Caire, and a step up from Marvel’s previous animated versions.
I enjoy cartoons more then any grown man should. I grew up on them, and I may die More >
Continuing the trend of bringing of Anime to America in Japanese with English subtitles, NISA brings us Wagnaria, which is known to most of the Anime community as Working. The Wagnaria!! Complete Series Premium Edition package contains the complete 13 episode series on 2 DVDs along with an More >
Is reality a prison, or is it actually more intriguing than any heavily stylized Samurai, Mech-Warrior, Orc battle you can think of? The Nerd Reactor team takes on Zack Snyder’s latest over-the-top action film, Sucker Punch.
Tactics Ogre was a game released back in the days of the Super Nintendo, Saturn, and PlayStation; a game of unrelenting battles requiring the most advent of gamers in order to play. But keep in mind that most games were easily completed within a few hours of dedicated time, and thus this game was More >
Bursting into the First Person Shooter scene is Homefront, the game that puts you in the frontlines of the now Korean occupied America. While the game puts a unique twist on the FPS genre can it really stand next to franchise giants Call of Duty and Battlefield?
Warning: May Contain Strong More >
As the newest generation in a long line of games, Pokemon Black & White has changed the face of the game. Although still on the old NDS system, instead of on the 3DS, the guys at Pokemon company has outdone themselves with the pretty aesthetics and the brand new battle animations. In battles in More >
Adding to the much acclaimed Dead Space 2 is the new DLC Severed. This DLC dares fans to climb back aboard the haunted corridors of the Sprawl in a new campaign that doesn’t feature Issac Clarke. In this new chapter you play Gabe Weller, a character that gamers who played Dead Space: Extraction More >
In the last year or so, there has been a huge surge in console Gaming Headsets. As they keep growing in popularity, many different companies are beginning to throw their hat into the market. Rude Gameware was founded by a group of gamers that wanted to create great accessories and products for More >
NISA has brought us the second installment of Pandora Hearts with Pandora Hearts Volume 2 Premium Edition. The Premium Edition once again comes with 2 DVDs and a beautiful artbook of the Anime.
The Anime picks up with the continuation of the ensuing events involving the Cheshire Cat, the Will of More >
It seems nowadays that anime has been saturated with all sorts of cutesy, bubblegum shows about girls playing in school bands or chibi-fied Sherlock Holmes. Crashing onto the scene is REDLINE, a high speed visual orgy of nonstop adrenaline. Produced by famed Japanese animation studio MADHOUSE (the More >
NISA continues strong with their anime line-up as they bring us Pandora Hearts Volume 1 Premium Edition DVD. This DVD set, as with Persona ~Trinity Soul~ and Toradora, contains 2 DVDs and a beautiful artbook of the anime.
Pandora Hearts is an adventure, fantasy, and Alice-in-Wonderland themed More >