We’ve seen it a number of times in Hollywood. Two movies with the same subject going head to head with each other. Two asteroid flicks in 1998 with Armageddon and Deep Impact.
Although the trailers looked fairly decent, the remake of Total Recall was probably one of the most embarrassing stiffs of 2012.
Universal has a great heritage of movie monsters. In fact, the studio’s foundation was built on the classic monsters of yesteryear like the Bela Lugosi Dracula, and the Boris Karloff Frankenstein.
Philip K. Dick’s works are the basis for some of the most memorable genre films of our time.
Paul Verhoeven’s geek credentials are crystal clear. He’s the man who directed one of the best sci-fi films ever, RoboCop, and he also gave us Total Recall, which stands strong against the current remake.
I'm actually quite surprised the recent reboot of Total Recall didn't receive better reviews.
The new Total Recall film is a fun sci-fi flick, but it did have the potential to be a great movie.
Sony Pictures has posted a new featurette and international TV spot for its upcoming science fiction reboot of the classic Total Recall.
Sony Pictures has posted a new TV spot for its upcoming science fiction reboot of the classic Total Recall.
We recently ran a report about how women are geeking out more than ever.
Sony Pictures has released a new clip for its upcoming science fiction reboot of Total Recall.
Perhaps it's never too early to promote a movie, which is why I was surprised to see there's already a teaser campaign for RoboCop.
I really enjoyed watching the original Total Recall which debuted way back in the 90's and starred Arnold Schwarzenegger. Even after all these years, it is still one of my favorite cheesy old school science fiction films.
One of my all-time favorite 80's science fiction movies was Total Recall starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'll be honest - I'm still not sold on Colin Farrell playing Douglas Quaid in the new film.
Ronny Cox is a fantastic character actor. He made his debut in Deliverance, and also went on to star in Beverly Hills Cop, Stargate SG-1, and many other movies and TV shows.
Sony Pictures has released a new trailer for its upcoming sci-fi adaptation Total Recall.
Some CinemaCon 2012 footage, like The Dark Knight Rises and Total Recall, went over very well, while The Hobbit received very mixed notices because it was shot with a new technology, 48 frames a second.
The CinemaCon convention kicked off this past week in Las Vegas, with the major studios coming out in full force and pushing their upcoming movies.
I certainly won't dispute the fact that rebooting certain films and television shows often makes sense, especially for the ones which appear really dated like Space 1999.
Back in the 80s when I was a kid, if there was Arnold Schwarzenegger flick, well, you can bet I watched it repeatedly.