Remember Timecop? The film starring Jean Claude Van Damme about a time travelling cop with an amazing mullet? Well, it's the next, not-that-old film Hollywood have decided to remake.
Gipsy Danger has a few tricks up its sleeve in this new Pacific Rim banner - namely a gigantic saw blade - which it looks ready to use on the advancing Kaiju.
It seemed only right to cap our Fast & Furious franchise retrospective off with a special, extensive review for the latest entry and how I feel it fits into the series. There will be mild spoilers but nothing earth-shaking will be revealed.
We have the new Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer up along with a behind the scenes clip. Infinity Ward the team behind the highly successful Modern Warfare series are doing something different this time around and it is looking mighty fine.
Following Fast & Furious 6's monstrous opening weekend at the UK box office (and a likely equally big US box office on the horizon), thoughts turn to the next instalment in the most unlikely of blockbuster event movies.
Fans of the series who have enjoyed Fast & Furious 6 (me included, a personal review to come shortly) will have a good idea of what the future holds for the series, following a mid-credits stinger than sent audiences into a frenzy, but to keep things as spoiler-free as possible we will simply observe the settings for the next entry in the series.
I have covered a lot of my thoughts on the Fast & Furious series during this Franchise Retrospective. I am a massive fan of these movies, even when I can clearly see that most of them are not good movies. I would go so far as to call the original movie, the Troll 2 of the action genre, it's a movie so bad that it borders on brilliant. Highly quotable, audacious, wrongheaded in most of the key areas; it's not a good movie but it is an absolute fucking blast.
Drew Pearce is so hot right now, so hot in fact that he has been snapped up to write Mission: Impossible 5. Following the critical and commercial success of Iron Man 3 the British born screenwriter is being trusted to work under the hood of one of Paramount's most successful and lucrative series.
The gang's all here again, with the triumphant return (read: cap in hand and suitably ashamed) of original franchise stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, and they are bringing back a few other familiar faces. Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster and even Sung Kang from Tokyo Drift make appearances. Justin Lin, director of the superior third installment, also returns to helm the picture.