Justin McConnell & Nicholas Carella join Jeremy for Total Recall!
Today we discuss Last Action Hero, a film studio execs were so convinced would sell, they released it against Jurassic Park in theatres. It lost, but Michael Kamen's hard rock score might win us over.
This week we get into the Christmas spirit by breaking down Arnold Schwarzenegger's costly and unlawful path of destruction in Jingle All The Way, while listening to David Newman's score for the film.
Jason Gorber speaks with TERMINATOR: DARK FATE director Tim Miller about becoming part of James Cameron's legendary sci-fi franchise, making the transition from the visual effects industry to filmmaking, bringing together a Terminator writer's room, and, of course, what's on his shelf!
Jessica Greco joins Jeremy for THE TERMINATOR!
This week, we wrap our brains around time travel, the Grandfather Paradox, and whether or not it's okay to send your dad back in time to bang your mom. It's Terminator!
This week, we get to the choppa with not one but two American state governors in the 1987 Alan Silvestri classic Predator!
Now that you've seen Ready Player One we’re going to catch you up on 10 of the coolest pop culture references that you may have missed.
From Mac and Me to Empires of the Deep, here are 15 knock offs that took ideas from better movies.
Commando is one of Arnold's iconic roles, but does this kind of straightforward action film have a place in contemporary cinema? The Development Slate finds out!
On this episode we review Terminator Genisys and we also talk with Toronto comic writer Conor McCreery of Kill Shakespeare: The Backstage Edition Volume 1 and more.
Terminator Genisys is a passable little piece of schlocky nostalgia, the most charming part of which is the big wink we get from Arnie who is clearly enjoying himself.
Enter to win tickets to an advanced screening of Terminator Genisys in Toronto, Ottawa, or Montreal, courtesy of Paramount Pictures.
Maggie plays around with zombie movie tropes and has some good performances, but that's overshadowed by a dingy aesthetic and the cliches they didn't manage to avoid.
Arguably the best film of the franchise The Expendables 3 takes a lighter, sillier tone than its predecessors to deliver some passable action movie fun.