It somehow makes sense that Seth MacFarlane will be bringing back The Flintstones.
Maybe it's indeed too extreme to compare some Hollywood chuckleheads running our childhood favorites to sexual assault, but we geeks feel very protective of our favorite movies, TV shows and comics.
National Lampoon’s Animal House was the first R rated movie I ever saw, and as it’s still one of my all time favorite films.
Fantastic Voyage is up for a reboot, and may or may not hit the big screen one of these days.
As most of you in geekville probably know by now, a reboot, reimagining, or whatever you want to call it of Evil Dead is slowly taking shape.
For many of us, The Crow epitomizes the gothic glory of the 1990’s, as it managed to capture the essence and angst of a decade that is now long gone.
Some time ago it was announced that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was going to be rebooted as a movie - but without Joss Whedon.
There’s been talk of a remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea for quite some time. Granted, this isn’t the kind of project you’d associate either David Fincher or Andrew Kevin Walker with.
Anyone who loves great sci-fi has to be a fan of Fantastic Voyage, the 1966 film where a group of scientists are shrunk down to go inside a man’s body and save his life.
Judge Dredd was a great comic book, and sadly, long before Hollywood took comics seriously, it made an absolutely dreadful movie with Sylvester Stallone.
It's really quite difficult to keep track of all the Hollywood remakes that keep on piling up.
Director José Padilha isn't interested in simply rebooting the classic movie RoboCop for modern audiences.
Trailers are already popping up for the new reboot of The Thing, which is actually the second remake of the 1951 sci-fi classic.
It's weird to think of the eighties as being so far away from us now that Hollywood's mining them for remakes.
After the critical failure in 2006 to continue the story of Superman as originally portrayed by the late Christopher Reeve, it is perhaps time for a genuine reboot of the franchise.
Mozilla developer Vladimir Vukićević has successfully ported (Fennec) Firefox to Google's Android mobile operating system.