Patrons get full access to our archives and see no ads. Support the Agony Booth for as little as $1/month!
“Basically The Invisible Man redone as a slasher film, containing all the stupidity that this genre (unfairly or not) is associated with.”
“If the movie was truly meant to be satire, as many of its fans insist, it’s poorly done satire, because there’s very little in the way of actual wit or insight that might distinguish this film from other entries in the genre.”
Sofie reviews the original cult classic RoboCop from 1987!
Recently, Hollywood made an attempt to wipe the original Total Recall from your memory, but The DVD Shelf is here to remember it for you—wholesale! We'll delve into the Schwarzenegger classic, beginning with the original Philip K. Dick short story that inspired it, the film's lengthy development, and how they pulled it all together. And, yes, we'll even look at that remake.
Just in time for the remake of Total Recall, we go back to the original. No, not the 1990 movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone—we're going really old school, with a review of the short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" by Philip K. Dick.