A 61-year-old computer will today be rebooted, following a three-year restoration project.
Veteran genre director Michael Bay always swore Transformers 3 would be his last film in the popular franchise. Nevertheless, Bay has indeed returned for Transformers 4.
With so many remakes and reboots in the works, one that's been met with a lot of skepticism, especially among horror fans, is the remake of Evil Dead.
We recently discussed the possibility of a Daredevil reboot - the prospects of which disappeared about as fast as the story broke.
The director of Galaxy Quest is reportedly on board to helm the next Bill and Ted movie.
I'm actually quite surprised the recent reboot of Total Recall didn't receive better reviews.
When Daredevil hit theaters in 2003, comic films were finally starting to impress on a regular basis, but there were still clearly some bugs that needed to be worked out.
As we recently reported on TG, there’s been a lot of speculation about yet another Jurassic Park film. With everything being rebooted these days, why not, right?
Once again, we’ve got two competing projects in Hollywood, and oddly enough, they’re both competing Sleepy Hollows for television.
Judge Dredd was a great comic book, and it's too bad the first go around as a film wasn't exactly a stellar effort.
We recently ran a report about the comic business and how well Marvel stacks up against DC.
The industry has been understandably skeptical about the upcoming Spider-Man reboot.
The series isn’t even that old, and now they’re starting over from scratch?
Chris Pine (aka Christopher Whitelaw) is perhaps best known for his role as Captain Kirk in the JJ Abrams rebooted Star Trek universe.
Love it or hate it, Transformers is essentially Michael Bay's franchise, and he's made it distinctly his own.
Just the other day we ran a report about the failure of Battleship.
As a long time horror film buff, I absolutely loved Suspiria.
Released in 1977, Suspiria is director Dario Argento’s masterpiece.
I have to admit I was extremely skeptical about the most recent Planet of the Apes reboot.
The screenwriters from Team Abrams have been doing very well for themselves these days.
I've never been all that enamored with the latest Mummy remake (1999), which, like the Van Helsing series, was overrun with wall to wall CGI.
It somehow makes sense that Seth MacFarlane will be bringing back The Flintstones.