My favorite all time Arnold Schwarzenegger movies is Total Recall. Granted, the first time I saw it I was a kid and the alien woman with three boobies guaranteed it was a favorite. I have watched the movie many times over the years, and honestly three boobies and the “Two Weeks” scene still sort of make the flick.
Fans of LEGO and The Avengers will be thrilled to see this brilliant mash-up of the Marvel superheroes with their minifig avatars. The poster features minifig versions of Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Nick Fury.
Remember J.J. Abrams’ movie Super 8 that came out last summer? I thought it was a great popcorn flick, and really captured the feel of those late 1970s/early 1980s science fiction movies like Close Encounters and E.T.
When I first heard there was a movie about Donkey Kong a few years back, I thought it was a strange idea. But The King of Kong was actually an awesome movie, loaded with strange characters, and a great study of passionate (and obsessive) personalities.
It’s been a while since I’ve spotted a cool casemod I thought was worth of a mention. Here’s one that I think you’ll like – assuming you enjoy movies about the mob. What you’re looking at here, my friends, is the Godfather of computers, literally.
Sometimes I wonder why people use the phrase “when pigs fly” when they try to convey that something is impossible. Shouldn’t they say something like “when humans fly,” since scientists could one day genetically modify pigs to give them wings?
A while back, there was an opportunity to purchase one of the original hoverboards from Back to the Future II, but that one sold for over $22,000 at auction. Here’s a chance for you to own your own, at a fraction of that price.
I always thought the original Mad Max film was really cool. The other films in the series not so much. The later films got even more strange and silly than the original. Mad Max was more about the cars and the chases though, so I loved that film.
Star Wars and Minecraft have come together in the most awesome of ways. In a Minecraft crafted movie. Kotaku reader Grahame has recreated the entire ending sequence from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Here in the U.S., Android fans may already be taking the ability to rent flicks from the Android Market for granted. It’s a slick little system Google has in place that lets you watch from multiple devices over a set period of time.
Maybe writers are running out of original plots or stories for movies, or maybe it’s because the attention or interests of the audience have shifted. Whatever the reason, Hollywood sure is churning out a lot of movies based on superheroes and video games lately.
Freaking News ran a Star Wars movie poster Photoshop contest earlier this year. The results are in and some of these are pretty unusual. One of the most distinctive is a sort of mashup between Darth Vader and The Dark Knight.
A while back, I told you ScentScape, a device designed to “enhance” movies and other content by adding a fragrance track – otherwise known as “smell-a-vision.” Well, here’s another smelly device that aims to fill your nostrils with appropriate aromas a you watch movies and play games.
I’m a huge fan of the Transformers movie franchise. Truth be told, I actually had to be dragged by my sister to the screening of the first movie. I probably said something to this effect then: “I don’t want to see a movie with robots that start out as cars with a leader named Optimus Prime.”