The Hyperlab review thread linking to the Hyperlab reports was last updated Feb. 9. 2009. Here it is attached (make sure you switch your browser coding to Cyrillic, if this does not occur automatically, else you will only see the ASCII garbage). The name of the compounds are given mostly according to IUPAC rules, but if you happen to be illiterate in Cyrillic, you need to transliterate them to Latinic first and then deduce from the sound of it (as far as I know, the on-line transliteration tools are not able to give out an English orthography directly).
There exists also a ChemFinder database with all the compounds ever reported on Hyperlab (>250 entries with structures and summaries), but I don't think it was released for public use and it was probably also last updated a few years ago. For the new reports, I suggest the most obvious solution: post a report on a novel compound which automatically gains you access to the Development crew subforum. You can then read all the reports there are. If you are not a developer of new compounds and have nothing to report, then most likely you also don't have much interest into gaining access anyway.