Standout Summer Blockbusters of 2013

The summer always provides us movie goers with a great selection of movies, with big budget action movies, to the smaller, more character focused movies. There is however, standout movies that really make the audience walk away with a smile and the intention to tell everyone how great of a movie it was. These movies are the heart of the summer. So what do I think will be the big standouts this summer? Below are some movies (with UK release dates) I think will bring in the money and praise they seek.

After Earth – June 7th

Will Jaden Smith see as much success as his dad?

Will Jaden Smith see as much success as his dad?

Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith star alongside each other in this Sci-fi epic, directed by Sixth Sense and Signs director M. Night Shyamalan. Crashing down on a long abandoned Earth, we follow both father and son as they try to survive on an evolved Earth. It’s no secret that Will Smith is a big selling point already to this movie, but with M. Night Shyamalan directing, this movie could go either way. He hasn’t had the best track record lately, but I hope this movie shows he’s back on form.

Man of Steel – June 14th

Michael Shannon as General Zod looks fierce

Michael Shannon as General Zod looks fierce

Henry Cavill plays the famous Kryptonian, Superman, in franchise reboot Man of Steel. Having Christopher Nolan as a producer and David S Goyer as writer with their Dark Knight credentials behind them is certainly promising. Let us not forget Zack Snyder as director and this movie has to succeed. A lot of hype is gathering for this movie from both comic readers and original Superman movie fans. The question now is can Man of Steel repeat the success of The Dark Knight movies and make Superman just as popular as Batman? I sure hope so and I can’t wait to see this at IMAX!

World War Z – June 21st

Am I the only one who thinks this looks awesome?

Am I the only one who thinks this looks awesome?

In a similar position to After Earth, can the pedigree of a famous actor sell a movie to people? With Brad Pitt at the heart of the movie, and a horror movie at that, World War Z is looking quite promising from the trailers. Based off a Novel, World War Z sees an unstoppable infection sweep across the globe, with the infected outnumbering us more and more with each day that passes. This movie has seen a lot of problems in production, from script re-writes, to re-shoots. However, despite all that, early viewers have praised the movie. Fingers crossed we see more zombie movies at the cinemas in the future.

Despicable Me 2 – June 28th

Clearly the best part of Despicable Me

Clearly the best part of Despicable Me

Everyone loves an animated movie. Toy Story proved that. Despicable Me was a favourite of mine, I love it. So with the sequel looking to be just as funny as the first, I can’t wait to see it. Of course the Minions steal the show, so I look forward to seeing how they will keep the humour consistently funny. As crazy as it sounds too, I’m looking forward to the inevitable short movies on the Blu-ray/ DVD release just as much.

Pacific Rim – July 12th

Can't wait!

Can’t wait!

By far my most anticipated movie of the whole year, Pacific Rim sees giant robots fighting giant monsters. That’s pretty much the movie, of there’s a lot more to it than that, but I’ve been distancing myself from info/ interviews as much as I can. The trailers are simply amazing though, however I hope they aren’t showing all the best scenes from the movie. I love the work of Guillermo del Toro, so I have much faith in his ability to provide an entertaining movie. It’s also worth mentioning that Idris Elba makes everything 10x better!

Kick-Ass 2 – August 14th

Predator reference?

Predator reference?

Chloë Grace Moretz and Aaron Taylor-Johnson return as Hit-Girl and Kick-Ass respectively, in the sequel to the surprise hit (no pun intended) Kick-Ass. I wasn’t a massive fan of the first movie, to me the Hit-Girl and Big Daddy scenes stole the whole movie for me. But with Jim Carrey joining the cast this time round as Colonel Stars and Stripes, that has put this movie on the list for me. I guess the pedigree of an actor does sell a movie!

Elysium – September 20th

Sharlto Copley stars in another Neill Blomkamp movie

Sharlto Copley stars in another Neill Blomkamp movie

Neill Blomkamp made a name for himself when District 9 was released. So with Elysium, he has a lot to live up to. Judging from the trailer, it seems to have a very similar style and tone to District 9. This is not a sequel however, Max played by Matt Damon, takes it upon himself to fight his way to Elysium, a space station for the rich and powerful to escape the overcrowded slums of earth. Sci-fi is big right now, and this movie looks to deliver a truly terrifying visual representation of the future.

Honourable Mentions: Monsters University, The Wolverine, 300: Rise of an Empire, Red 2, The Lone Ranger, Only God Forgives.

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PS4 or Xbox One?

A week ago, the world witnessed the reveal of the Xbox One The reaction to the Xbox One was unfavourable at best. After the hour-long conference, the PS4 was now the first choice amongst console gamers, Sony’s stock value increased by 9% and Microsoft had dug themselves into a very deep hole. I have always been an Xbox 360 gamer, it was the first (at the time) next-gen console I bought. I ended up purchasing a PS3 about a year and a half after the 360, yet still used my 360 as my primary platform. To this day I’ve accumulated over 150,000+ Gamerscore and played nearly every game I’ve ever wanted to. So when I’m ready to throw that all away for a new start on the PS4, that’s a sign that at the moment, the Xbox One has failed to impress.

I might wait for the slim version!

I might wait for the slim version!

Let us focus on the positives of the Xbox One conference. Firstly, the Halo TV Series was a very welcome surprise. Even though Steven Spielberg’s role is no doubt a minor one, the very idea of a Halo TV Series is exciting. Secondly, Remedy has a new game coming out. From the creators of Max Payne and the fantastic Alan Wake, Quantum Break looked very interesting. Judging from the trailer too, this game may see a TV Series of its own, with the trailer to the game being a mix of live action and game. Lastly, all the minor things like a Blu-ray drive, Skype and of course improved hardware, are fantastic.

I won’t focus on all the bad news we heard though, why you may ask? Well it was a console reveal conference, not a game reveal conference. So having Microsoft show what the Xbox One can do to make life more lazy than it already is, I fully expected. The wait for E3 now feels longer than it has ever been, only 2 weeks until we will know everything about both the Xbox One and PS4.

Specs for both Xbox One and PS4 have been revealed, and with many people stating the PS4 is already a more powerful machine, that had no effect on the current generation. The PS3 may have been more powerful, but yet it was harder to develop for and was more expensive. That’s the real kicker here, the price. Prices have not been announced for either the Xbox One or PS4, and whilst many gamers have their hearts set against the Xbox One, it will always boil down to the price. If the Xbox One is cheaper than the PS4, then I can almost guarantee that will be enough justification for some gamers.

I don’t think the competition of ‘Which Console is Better?’ will boil down to graphics, look of the console or even what games will be available. It will boil down to what is the cheaper option. PC gaming may be the only way to get the best out of a game, but why do you think everyone still hasn’t adopted PC gaming yet? Convenience? Not at all, it’s because it’s too expensive. Every Xbox One will come with a Kinect 2.0 included, that already boosts the value for money right there.

Looks nice, but how does it feel?

Looks nice, but how does it feel?

The PS4 is what I am looking forward to, being a member of PlayStation Plus and slowly but surely moving my gaming to my PS3, I start to understand why Sony has had so much success with the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 in the past. They focus on giving the gamer what they want the most, games. Not new ways to change a channel or surf the internet whilst watching a movie. However I still reserve my judgement until E3 is over and the dust has settled. Microsoft could throw game after game up on their conference screens. Sony could announce that the PS4 is £500 and shoot themselves in the foot again. Only time will tell.

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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (2013) Review

Wild West returns, in style!

Wild West returns, in style!

Version Played: PS3

When the Call of Juarez franchise came to present day with Call of Juarez: The Cartel, fans like myself rested their heads within their palms. Call of Juarez started as a Wild West game, with the sequel improving on the original in every way. Everybody thought the franchise had shot itself in the head with the third entry in the franchise, Call of Juarez: The Cartel, being set in present day and sales representing fans hatred towards the game. Techland, the developers of the franchise, have now return it to its roots with Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. However, do the fans even care? Well, they should.

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger brings the series back in fine Wild West form, with six shooters, rifles, shotguns, stagecoaches, canyons, sawmills and dynamite. It’s the Call of Juarez you know and love. Focusing upon the hunt for a whole bunch of Old West legends, Gunslinger sees you tackling outlaws like Billy the Kid and John Wesley Hardin. There’s plenty of violence, fantastic looking weaponry and an XP levelling up system with upgrades and weapons to unlock.

I have been addicted to Gunslinger since purchasing it. I thought to give it a chance at first with a free trail. Never before have I immediately purchased a game after playing a free trail. Games set during the Wild West are few and far between, that’s what makes each and every one so special. Within Gunslinger, you have access to the Story mode, an Arcade mode and a Duel mode. No multiplayer in sight, and to be perfectly honest, it doesn’t need it. This game is only £11.99 (£9.59 with PlayStation Plus Discount) or your system/ regional equivalent. These extra modes already give you a lot for your money.

The main story is told from the perspective of Silas Greaves, the playable character in the game. He walks into a bar and ends up retelling his adventures of the Wild West to the people around him. The voice acting here is fantastic, and is easily some of the best I’ve ever heard. Even with being a smaller title, the high production values are still present. You play through each part of his adventure through his life with him narrating the story constantly, from becoming a bounty hunter, to ending personal grudges. With all the famous Wild West legends in there too, like Billy the Kid and Jesse James, it’s a fascinating story.

Arcade mode has you play through the levels in the story as quickly as you can. Racking up high scores with combo kills and headshots. While basic, it’s still a lot of fun and can bring a lot of friendly competition with your friends. The Duel mode has you simply having a duel with characters from the story. Once again, basic, but still a nice distraction if you end up wanting to just have a duel and not play through a whole level to get to one. The duel mechanics are also simple to learn, hard to master. You have to use the right stick to keep your concentration on your opponent, and use the left stick to get your hand as close to you gun as you can. Once you’ve nailed it, it becomes very satisfying to win some of the later duels.

The controls for the game are also very nice. Very reminiscent of other first person shooters, so you’ll feel right at home. Shooting the weapons in the game is a great time. Shotguns shoot your foes back with incredible force, dual-wielding pistols makes you look like a badass as you gun down an army of enemies and rifles pack the punch that makes each shot seem just as powerful as the last. Concentration also returns for Gunslinger, just like previous games, you slow down time and can take out a group of enemies with little hassle. A new addition is the Sense of Death, this gives you the chance to dodge the bullet that will kill you when your close to death. The screen slows down and you see the bullet exit the weapon, heading straight towards you, with you having to dodge left or right. It’s a nice addition to the game and you get an XP bonus if you survive.

Weapons along with concentration can now also be upgraded with the addition of the XP levelling up system. Killing enemies give XP, as does finding secrets in the world. This XP feeds into a bar, that once filled, gives you a skill point to use on one of three skill trees. Each skill tree focuses on a different type of weapon. Some upgrades improve the weapons and some improve concentration, giving you the flexibility to create based on your play style. Playing through the game once won’t let you level up to the max. Thankfully, a New Game + option becomes available so you may go through again to get those last few level ups.

Graphically, the game looks completely different to all previous entries of the franchise. Whilst in the past, previous Call of Juarez games went for realistic graphics, this goes the opposite direction. Gunslinger utilises a cel shading effect, very similar to that of ”Borderlands’. With the tone being more about over the top action and Wild West legends, it fits the style of the game very well. Even with the cel shaded graphics, the game still looks beautiful and the environments feel alive with chickens, cattle and other animals placed around. However the load times for the game are incredibly bad. You can be waiting on average, 30 seconds for a level to load. It may be a minor annoyance and it may not even be an issue with the PC version, but it should be noted.

When you shoot a chicken for fun, only to hear the narrator talk about how he fancied some fried chicken afterwards, you come to understand the care and love that went into Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. It’s clear Techland understand they made a mistake with Call of Juarez: The Cartel, and that they’re trying everything to bring the franchise and its fan back. Even with the minor loads time issues, it’s hard to find anything majorly wrong with the game. In my opinion they have succeeded, and I hope this has enough success behind it to give them confidence to give us another full retail release set in the Wild West once again.

90 Bullets Dodged out of 100

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Game Dev Tycoon (2013) Review

Succeed or Fail, you'll have fun!

Succeed or Fail, you’ll have fun!

Version Played: PC

Video Games are such a massive part of my life. They have been ever since I got playing the SEGA Master System II way back in the day. So when I found out that a game called Game Dev Tycoon made it possible for you to live out your fantasies of owning a game company, I couldn’t wait to try it out.

Greenheart Games first game release, Game Dev Tycoon allows you replay the history of the gaming industry by starting your own video game development company in the 80s. Creating best-selling games. Researching new technologies and inventing new game types. Becoming the leader of the market and gaining worldwide fans. It’s truly that awesome!

The main objective in the game is to evolve, make games that sell well over 1 million copies and not go bankrupt. Playing through 30 years of the industry up to the modern-day, you will be making games for publishers and becoming the major studio or the hidden indie gem. You start off in the 80s, in your garage naming your company and once you have made over 1 million, you then can move into a studio. Through research and hiring new staff, your studio evolves the way you want it to. Want to be a developer that focuses on story driven games only on the PC? That can work.

You research new topics like Horror and Fantasy to make those type of games. Every once in a while some topics may be more popular than others, then it’s up to you if you want to take advantage of that. Making games is all about matching up the topic with genres and picking the platform you will release the game on. After that, your treated to sliders that represent different factors of game development. Graphics, Sound, Level Design and so on. You then have to move these sliders up and down to see what you want to focus more on during the development. It’s all about nailing those sliders. For example, you’ll want to focus less on a story with a simulation game. Later on, it can get a little more complicated by having you assign different staff to different sliders, making sure they are working on something they are comfortable with.

When you make that multi-million selling game, the satisfaction level goes through the roof. The reviews come in, it scores great. Then the sales come in and it’s climbing and climbing through the thousands. Then you know you have a franchise with sequel written all over it. That’s the general idea of the game, and even though it may sound like it could get repetitive, it really never does. Every few years see the release of consoles we all grew up with. It stays true to real life too. When the Wii (called Nuu in the game, some of the names are great!) gets released for example, even though it dominated for the first few years, sales drop soon after and it is no longer a wise choice to develop for.

Once your rolling in the money, you’ll then be able to afford marketing and going to game conventions. It is wise to go to a convention when you have a game in development as it boosts up the hype quite a bit and can increase sales if review scores are good. Your able to train your character and your staff too, increasing their stats to make them more effective when developing games or researching. When money is low though, that’s when palms get sweaty and you have to pull off a miracle game to save your company. The bank does give you an overdraft and can even offer assistance as long as you pay them back with interest a year later. At times of multi-million selling game franchises or when your begging the bank for money, Game Dev Tycoon hardly ever has any down time.

Having made it through the 30 years with my company ‘Yellow Brick Wall’, I was pleased to find out that you can continue to play on and develop games after those 30 years. Only the story elements and release of consoles comes to an end. After the 30 years, everything you have achieved is put into perspective, with stats and high score showing how well your company has done. Even after the 30 years, my company is still growing and expanding. I hear you can make your very own games console, and I’m still to reach that level of awesomeness yet!

With Game Dev Tycoon, available from Greenheart Games website (Over Here) for $7.99 or your regional equivalent, I have no problem what so ever recommending it. If you grew up with video games, then it is probably a hidden desire to run your own company and create your own franchise. Game Dev Tycoon gives you the ability to do that. Go have some fun and see if you can survive the whole 30 years!

93 Fans Gained out of 100

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Star Trek Into Darkness 3D (2013) Review

In my review for Star Trek Into Darkness (See Here), I praised the film for being able to focus more on the action with the previous movie having established the world and characters. The acting was great, the directing was great, the overall movie was an absolute blast. Now seeing it a second time, nothing has changed, it’s still the great movie I went seeing a week ago. Now though, I have watched it in 3D. Let me tell you, in 3D, the movie is even better!

I’ve always found 3D gimmicky and pointless, it’s only there to make the studios more money. The only other film I watch in 3D that I can honestly say improved the experience, was Prometheus. Star Trek Into Darkness in 3D is now the best 3D experience I’ve had. Every scene was given so much depth, there was no overuse of objects flying towards the screen and particle effects floated around the screen very nicely.

In the past I would never have recommended seeing a movie in 3D. You sit down wearing stupid looking glasses, watching a film that’s usually be quickly converted into 3D in post production. However, if your yet to see Star Trek Into Darkness, take it from me, see it in 3D.

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Resident Evil: Revelations HD (Demo) – First Impressions

Survival Horror is back!

Survival Horror is back!

Version Played: XBOX 360 Demo

Being a long time fan of the Resident Evil franchise, with it since the very beginning. I’m sure you understand my concern with the franchise at the moment. After the abysmal Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City and the underwhelming Resident Evil 6, I found myself worrying that the best times had come and gone. There was however, a shining diamond, the one game that was both well received from critics and fans alike. That game was Resident Evil: Revelations on the 3DS.

Now Capcom is releasing Resident Evil: Revelations on PC, XBOX 360, PS3 and Wii U. With updated HD visuals, extra difficulty modes, a new enemy type and extra characters for the Raid Mode, it’s safe to say Capcom are now in rehab, recovering and trying the please their loyal fans once again.

Resident Evil: Revelations HD takes place between the events of Resident Evil 4 and 5, and sees Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine, teaming up with their respective partners, Parker Luciani and Jessica Sherawat aboard the seemingly abandoned ‘Queen Zenobia’ cruise ship, as it heads towards the city of Terragrigia. Like all past Resident Evil games though, nasty creatures await.

The demo only offered up around 20 minutes of gameplay, however even in that short time, I was given a taste of a lot of the various mechanics the game has to offer. In the section you play, your mission is to locate Chris and then find the key to the room he’s located in. Your given a small section of the ship to explore, and it’s immediately apparent that the game has a great atmosphere. You are alone (no Co-op here, yay!) and it can get dark, with nothing but your flashlight to help you see. Apart from the little mini-map at the top right of the screen, the HUD is very minimal which helps with the immersion also.

Unlike previous Resident Evil games, the controls here are much more friendly to use. No longer having to play finger twister to reload or throw a grenade, the new control scheme makes the game all the more enjoyable. It controls much like any other third person shooter now, but don’t think that’s what this game is. No, Resident Evil: Revelations HD is more survival horror than action unlike previous games. With little ammo and enemies that don’t go down with a simple headshot, encounters can become very intense. Each bullet missed, is one step closer to dying. If you play smart though and take your time, you’ll be able to manage your ammo and health fairly well with the use of Genesis.

Genesis is a scanning device you have access to that you can bring up at any time. You use this device to scan for hidden objects hidden around the levels. It’s always worth pulling the Genesis out in every room you come across to make sure you don’t miss out on those vital 5 bullets or that lifesaving green herb. It can also be used to scan enemies, alive or dead, each scan counts towards a percentage at the top of the screen. Once 100% is reached, I received a green herb. Whether or not you get better rewards later on is yet to be seen, but it does hold its advantages it seems.

Through the start of the demo your given glimpses to the creatures you’ll be facing, then you’ll be up in their face, fighting them off in the later part of the demo. Now the creatures in this game spawn from the T-Abyss virus which has been made and modified using the original T-Virus. It is a marine type virus, and the creature design does a great job of showing that. You’ll only be facing the Ooze monster in the demo, they’re slow, but take quite a few bullets to take down and can do so serious damage. They show signs of marine life with their dripping wet look and their swordfish-like arm blades. I can’t wait to see what else is going to be on offer throughout the full game.

The graphics are also a great, Capcom has done a fantastic job with updating the visuals. Main character models look great as do the enemies. However the environments, whilst looking good, feel empty at times. It’s here when you can tell this was once a 3DS game, with very little going on, everything feels so static. Other than that, I didn’t run into any problems.

Resident Evil: Revelations HD (due out next week!) is looking to be a return to form for Capcom. Delivering a survival horror Resident Evil game to the home console and PC fans. Let’s just hope they can use this mentality when moving forward in the main storyline. If Resident Evil: Revelations HD can prove anything, it’s that we don’t need zombies, fixed camera angles and cheesy dialogue to have a classic Resident Evil experience.

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RoboCop (1987) Review of the Past

Your move, creep.

Your move, creep.

Dead or alive, you’re coming with me.

After hours of playing around with RoboCop’s amazing pistol in Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon (First Impressions here) and seeing Peter Weller in Star Trek Into Darkness (Review here), I fancied myself some RoboCop. A film I watched quite a lot when I was younger, RoboCop is a throwback to my childhood along with many other movies. I even had action figures which came with interchangeable battle damaged armour. Now I passed up on the trilogy Blu-ray box set not so long ago, but thankfully Netflix had me sorted with the trilogy waiting for my viewing pleasure.

Now the last time I remember watching RoboCop, I don’t even think I was in my teens. So it’s been quite a while. About a cop called Alex Murphy, he falls victim and is killed by a dangerous street gang. Murphy’s body is then reconstructed within a steel shell and given the name RoboCop. By upholding the law, RoboCop starts to clean the streets of Detroit and the corruption within it.

Peter Weller as Alex Murphy/ RoboCop is simply fantastic. As Alex Murphy, he plays a fearless cop and family man. In the short time we get to spend with him at the beginning of the movie, we build up a sympathetic love for the character which in turn, makes his death scene all the more horrifying. Becoming RoboCop can’t be easy, without the use of his eyes to convey emotion, Peter Weller has to rely solely on body movement and his vocal ability. He is able to pull this off fantastically, so when RoboCop is pissed off, you know it.

A great addition to cast is Nancy Allen as Officer Anne Lewis. Playing the partner of Alex Murphy/ RoboCop, it’s great to see a woman in the role of his partner. Being prominent throughout the 80’s and 90’s, cop partners were typically male. So because of that, it’s refreshing to have woman in the role. She does a great job at being thoughtful and sympathetic towards Alex Murphy/ RoboCop. She is a very likable character within the movie. Ronny Cox as Dick Jones and Kurtwood Smith as Clarence J. Boddicker play the villains in the movie. They play very unlikable characters (a good thing, they’re villains!) and become some of Alex Murphy’s/ RoboCop’s biggest threats.

Paul Verhoeven directs the movie that kicked off his career, with many more amazing movies down the line. Responsible for personal favourites like Total Recall, Starship Troopers and Hollow Man, as well as other great movies, Paul Verhoeven has some serious pedigree behind him. RoboCop is a well shot movie, with both car chase scenes and action scenes getting the same amount of care put into them. The pacing of the movie is also spot on. Running in at around 1 hour and 40 minutes, I never found myself bored whilst watching it. The balance of the action to the quieter moments when we get into some character development is perfect. You never find yourself waiting too long for some RoboCop action or the next part of the story to develop.

1987 was a great year for movies, with some classics like Predator, Evil Dead II and The Lost Boys pushing the boundaries of both special effects and visual effects. RoboCop was no different. I love it when people get shot in RoboCop, the way the bullet holes explode and the amount of blood that shoots out. Reminds me of the recent Django Unchained, and the shootout at the end of the movie. To toxic waste deformed criminals, to hands and arms being shot off, the special effects are still believable to this day. However, the design of RoboCop himself is not quite as great as I remember. It’s still iconic and for its time, really cool. I feel if we may have seen RoboCop run around a bit more and be more agile, I would have been more forgiving with the design. The last thing I want, is to see is RoboCop charging towards me, I’d shit my pants.

Not everything is perfect though, not when it comes to the ED-209. A crime fighting mech and the only thing that has a chance against RoboCop, ED-209 is a great design but the use of stop motion was a no go for me. Don’t get me wrong, I understand that building a full mechanical mech was too expensive or maybe not even possible at the time, however using stop motion was not the answer. Having the mech built from lightweight materials and having people movie it around with sticks would have been so much better. With closer camera angles, and using it like a giant puppet, it seems to me like it would have been the best option. If I was director, that’s what I would have done. That’s just me though, I’m not a big fan of stop motion animation.

Despite my disfavour with the stop motion towards ED-209 though, the battle between RoboCop and ED-209 is so awesome. When is seeing two robots fighting not cool? It’s great though because up to this point, we’ve seen that RoboCop is pretty much indestructible. Now, against the ED-209, he struggles during the fight. With high calibre rounds piercing his armour and the overall strength of ED-209, we see a side of RoboCop we never thought we’d see, fear and desperation.

I must say, watching RoboCop was a thrilling trip down memory lane for me. One or two things may not have stood the test of time too well, but overall I enjoyed the hell out of it. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the 2nd or 3rd movie, so they’re next. Might just do a review of them if they are worth it. In 2014 we will see a remake of RoboCop, early set photos have not been too promising because the new RoboCop suit looks horrible. I’ll hold out judgement though until I see it, maybe they’ll add to the suit in post-production? The way the fans reacted, they may have even changed to suit all together. As it stands though, RoboCop is still badass!

8 Shotgun Blasts to the Body out of 10

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