The Lego Movie held off all the Valentine’s Day releases and the new Robocop to keep the top spot for the second week in the row.
The original Robocop is one the pillars of Everything Action, so can the remake even hope to compare?
In what might be the most unoriginal weekend ever, three of this weekend’s movies are remakes and the other is based on a book.
Interpretive dance, puppets, animation and musical numbers are just some of the things you’ll see in this fan made remake of the original Robocop and NOT in the “official” remake.
The first week of February for new comics is jam packed with new series from Marvel, including a new solo Punisher, two Forever Evil books from DC, the return of Turok and much more.
The Lego Movie is finally here along with the latest Liam Neeson actionfest, the historical disaster of Pompeii and the usual slew of Valentine’s Day romantic releases.
A couple of recent Oscar nominees are out this week on DVD and Blu Ray, including Best Picture nominee, and our Pick of the Week, Captain Phillips.
Karl Urban stars as Detective John Kennex, an LAPD officer in the year 2048 who is reluctantly partnered with Dorian (Michael Ealy), a robot who was designed to replicate human emotion in Fox’s new show, Almost Human.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the new Robocop, Rob Zombie’s visual craziness, Seagal’s Glimmer abilities, future space prisons, Summer 2015, Stargate’s lameness and much more.
One of our all time favorite movies is the latest to get a reboot as Joel Kinnaman, of The Killing, steps into the cyborg shoes of Alex Murphy in next year’s Robocop.