Should there be a time limit for releasing a sequel? The original movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger came out in 1990, that’s a quarter of a century ago, and now we have a sequel that doesn’t even have Arnie it. What is the bloody point?
Writing a good time travel movie is tricky business, writing a good time travel movie franchise is almost impossible, but that doesn’t stop the makers of The Terminator movies from trying. Bless their greedy little hearts.
What do you do if your parents start to smell delicious? This is one of the key questions that crop up in the Arnold Schwarzenegger film Maggie, a film that tackles the zombie genre in a very different light.
Sword & Sorcery movies have been around for quite some time, but 1982’s Conan the Barbarian with Arnold Schwarzenegger caused a boom in the genre and then we were then bombarded with tons of low budget exploitation films like Deathstalker and Beastmaster.
Time travel has got to be one of the tougher story elements to write, cause and effect dancing your characters close to the edge of paradox is tricky stuff, but filmmakers still line up to give it a shot with some doing excellent takes on this trope while others don’t even give it as much…