Jake is a journalism graduate trying to balance finding a career with the prospect of having to upgrade his DVD collection. In his spare time he watches DVD's, plays videogames, reads comic books and whines about the crappy selection on Netflix UK. Jake has a particular softspot for anything committed to celluloid during the 80's, in particular the twin greats of Aliens and Robocop.
Dax Shepard directs and stars in this road movie comedy alongside his real life fiancé Kristen Bell. Dax stars as the amazingly named Charlie Bronson, a former getaway driver living in witness protection. Kristen gets the offer of her dreams in L.A, the city Bronson left behind, and he decides to drive her there, in one of the coolest cars seen on the silver screen in a while.
After a week of speculation about who will be performing “evil dude” duties in the new RoboCop reboot, it's looking like, for today at least, the role will be played by Michael Keaton.
Liam Neeson shows his gun handling skills in a collection of new stills from the sequel to 2008's Taken.
By now you’ve already read a hundred accounts of how Tony Scott’s suicide was a great loss to film, and how he was an amazingly talented film maker, in addition to a massive commercial success.
These things are true. I could talk about the need for speed, Bruce Willis dancing a jig, the commodity value for a human life. I could give sympathy for Tony Scott’s surviving wife and 2 children. I could write for hours.
But this isn’t an obituary. You can read those anywhere else on the internet, and Andy has written a great one here. This is about a film called True Romance, and how it made me the person I am today.
It's a good day for growly action heroes as Vin Diesel has taken to Facebook to share an image from the upcoming Riddick. The image doesn't reveal anything exceptional, but it's nice to see new images being released and the hype machine kicking into gear.