The Timecop remake has hired a writer for their gritty reboot. But who will they hire for the all-important splits move?
Time travel stories are some of the coolest tales in the universe. But sometimes, when you're lost in the time-space continuum, things can get pretty crazy. Time-lag, paradox overload, etc. So you gotta have rules to make sense of the vortex. Here are the 10 silliest rules for time travel that people have come up with.
Hollywood's addiction to remakes and reboots continues unabated, with dozens of films in development. And meanwhile, bookshelves are straining with hundreds of original, thrilling novels that have never been adapted to the screen. Here's a second dose of our list of books that should be adapted instead of yet another…
But can you make Timecop without Jean Claude Van Damme? And if you can, why would you?
Some of the greatest (Stargate) and worst (Little Shop) television shows have been torn from the big screen. And a lot of them fell under the radar: Did you know there was a Tremors TV show? What about Bill & Ted the live-action series?
Some day, people from the distant future will travel back to our era and inform us that science has conclusively identified the best movies about time travel. Until then, though, we're forced to make our own judgements. Luckily, there are a few time-travel movies that have rocked our space/time continuums more than…
Timecop is one of those movies that doesn't get the respect it deserves. Everybody talks about a Robocop remake, but not a Timecop remake. But maybe Timecop is an idea whose time has come.
This fall's television offerings include Grimm, a fantasy take on the police procedural in which a homicide detective must protect humanity from fairytale evil. And Terry Pratchett has a new procedural on the way, set in his Discworld universe.
You might think it'd be difficult to sum up all the greatness of Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision in one article. But we're going to try. Prepare to enter a vortex of time paradoxes, kickboxing and shirtless Jason Scott Lee.
Screw a spaceship, we want a time machine! Time machines rule, because they crack open the mysteries of the past and future. And each time machine has its own weird personality. And if you visited another planet, you'd probably suffocate.
J.J. Abrams' Super 8, X-Men: First Class and Tim Burton's full-length remake of Frankenweenie all gain castmembers. Linda Hamilton talks about her crucial role on Chuck. Discover the truth about the TimeCop remake! Plus Supernatural, Smallville and No Ordinary Family.
This week, we bid a fond farewell to Stargate Universe and Breaking Bad and welcome back the vamping wampyrs of True Blood. Also, new Doctor Who and Ashes to Ashes, and the debuts of Neighbors from Hell and Persons Unknown.
Science fiction and martial arts totally belong together. After all, they both involve a deep introspection and awestruck contemplation of our place in the universe. Oh, and nothing improves a story about robots and aliens more than people kicking each other in the head. Yet, shockingly enough, scifi and kung-fu only…
It's sad but true: we'll probably never see another Aliens vs. Predator movie, now that AVP2 failed to set last Christmas on fire. But that doesn't mean Hollywood can't revive some other moribund franchises by forcing them to fight each other. Which classic but struggling universes would you like to see mashed…
An evil hench-yuppie gets his arm frozen in liquid nitrogen and then shattered in this awesome fight scene from Timecop, the greatest martial arts time-travel movie ever. Few movies combine martial arts and wacky science as well as Timecop does, and we can never get enough of the super-frozen flesh-shattering sound…
Everyone wants a personal time travel device, but with so many different devices to choose from, how do you make a well-informed decision? Everyone knows about Doc Brown's Delorean, the Doctor's TARDIS, and H.G. Wells' contrapulation, but what about some of the other time time travel gizmos? We walk you through the…
The first time travel tale to ever appear on television was in 1959 on The Twilight Zone, and since then there have been scads of time-tripping adventures available to viewers, some good and some bad. Here's a list of some of the best and worst chronoscopic escapades that television has to offer.