There are two kinds of people on this Earth. The kind who are willing to pay $440 for a pair of RoboCop action figures, and the kind of people who aren’t.
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Ever since Star Wars, the special effects industry has taken us to amazing new worlds and recharged our sense of wonder. It's also grossed us the frak out. Exploding heads, severed limbs, strange mutilations... Here are the 20 most disgusting special effects of all time. Warning: NSFW!
RoboCop's ED-209 stands proudly over a flaming wreckage in GTA IV. Hopefully GTA V will have (at least) the same level of modding support on PC—giving up all this crazy cool stuff would be a real shame. This one was made veteran modder JulioNIB; there's videos and screenies below, and you can download the mod here.
Hot Toys have, I'm going to assume, gone back in time to 1987, captured Peter Weller, brought him back to 2014, shrunk him down and put him in a box. That's the only explanation I can think of as to why this new toy looks so damn perfect.
Hogap Lee is a brilliant sculptor. Kotaku has profiled his work before (remember this Dead Space piece?). Lee's latest work is a RoboCop statue, fittingly called "Murphy." It is fantastic.
NECA just announced its new toy line based on the 1993 video game Robocop vs. The Terminator:
This weekend, we'll all be watching giant robots turn into trucks and dinosaurs, and it'll be like fireworks for your brain. But robots can do more than just throw down — they can make us question the nature of existence. Here are 12 mindblowing indie movies about robots that you could watch instead of Transformers.
Shawn Thorsson, master props builder and costume maker, has outdone himself this time with a life-size, movie-quality replica of RoboCop's ED-209.
As part of the public service campaign, Robocop is doing his part to nab unsavoury perverts on Japanese trains. Your move, creep!
How much property damage could one cybernetic cop possibly do? Quite a lot, it turns out.
The Robocop remake, out in theaters today, is a pitch-perfect, badass update of a movie that is practically legendary. As if that weren't surprising enough, it also manages to revive that lost art of the 80s: the smart B-movie that stumbles a bit but still goes where blockbusters fear to tread.
Didn't we just go through this with Morgan Freeman? Look, this is even worse. If there is one black guy you do not want to confuse for another black guy, it is Samuel L. Jackson, because he will not let your ass off the hook.
I don't know what movie the CinemaSins guy watched to come up with seven minutes' worth of problems, but it couldn't have been the original Robocop — the movie is perfect.
Come quietly, or there will be beans. Well, there will be beans either way.
You're not fooling anyone, Glu Mobile. The official RoboCop game you put together for the new movie is obviously a slightly more action-oriented take on the oddly-popular Deer Hunter 2014. Not a bad choice.
If you ask me they should have just re-released the amazing 1989 arcade RoboCop arcade game with character sprites from the new movie, but I'll take a free-to-play mobile shooter from Glu Mobile in a pinch.
If you removed all the bits featuring robots, cops, and any combination of those two from the second trailer for 2014's Robocop reboot, you'd still have a movie that looks like a blast. That's great. Also not great.