It’s easy to be pessimistic whenever someone remakes something you once loved. No matter how involved the original creators may be in the new version, and regardless of whether or not the original could actual stand to be updated, the default fan position is, to put it nicely, “I don’t know about this…”
As much as they may argue otherwise, the truth is fans just don’t want… Continue reading 'From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series': Here's Why Robert Rodriguez's Bold Experiment Might Surprise You
The immense popularity of comics-based film can be attributed to a lot of different factors. Everybody loves heroes, and something about the hero’s journey manages to really resonate with audiences, but there’s also a large degree of spectacle that goes into the best superhero films that makes almost every single one of them an event unto themselves. No one is really proving the viability and longevity of… Continue reading Comics on Film: Why 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Might Transform Comic Book Movies
When you think of Pixar, odds are you think of fun, family-friendly kids’ fare filled with cute characters and wholesome stories. Odds are you do not think of profanity and classic grown-up cinema. Well, prepare to have your expectations turned on their ear in the most awesome way possible.
No, Pixar hasn’t decided to make animated versions of some of your favorite… Continue reading If Pixar Made R-Rated Movies, They Might Look Like This
We all know the RoboCop series consists of three feature films, but he did so much more than that. Through television, video games, commercials, comic books and television again, this is a character who has gone places few know about. So for the curious, here are some of RoboCop’s more exciting extracurricular adventures.
RoboCop vs. Pudface Morgan
RoboCop comes up against villainous Pudface Morgan a few times… Continue reading Ridiculous RoboCop Adventures You Might Not Know About
If other life forms exist, they’re probably wondering what the hell is wrong with us. Les Drew and Kaj Pindal poked fun at this notion when they directed a 1967 Academy Award-nominated film, What on Earth?, that takes a humorous look at Earth’s inhabitants from the fictional view of the Martians.
Cars are mistaken for living beings and appear to be Earth’s dominant species. The automotive… Continue reading If Aliens Made Documentaries, They Might Look Like This Oscar-Nominated Short Film from 1967