Westworld is the more famous of Michael Crichton’s movies about killer robots but he also directed 1984’s Runaway, featuring Tom Selleck trying to stop a diabolical plot by Gene Simmons to unleash circuit boards that can cause the various domestic robots in use around the world to become deadly weapons.
Delayed multiple times, Joe Carnahan’s latest Boss Level is finally arriving exclusively on Hulu in March as Frank Grillo’s Roy Pulver finds himself trapped in a time loop of the day he’s killed and he has to figure out a way out and stop the evil colonel behind the loop, played by Mel Gibson.
With From Dusk Till Dawn celebrating its 25th anniversary this week, it’s the perfect time to highlight the movie’s main soundtrack song, “After Dark” by Tito & Tarantula, who play the house band of the Titty Twister and play the song during Salma Hayek’s iconic dance scene.
Nicolas Cage is “The Janitor”, who accepts a deal to spend a night cleaning the abandoned Willy’s Wonderland family fun center in exchange for repairs to his car but he discovers Willy’s is full of murderous animatronic animals that he must battle his way through to survive.
After serving six years in prison, a former stockbroker whose firm was controlled by the mob is released and seeks revenge on the people who set him up and caused him to get locked away.
Created by action movie legend Steven E. De Souza and based on the comic Xenozoic Tales by Mark Schultz, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs aired for one season starting in 1993 and followed the adventures of Hannah Dundee and Jack Tenrec in a post-apocalyptic world full of classic cars and revived prehistoric monsters.
Remixing and re-editing footage from the 1980 Shaw Brothers’ movie The Two Champions of Shaolin, director Joseph Kahn created a unique and fun music video for the 2003 song by The Chemical Brothers, “Get Yourself High”.