Total Recall

Go behind the scenes with Kate Beckinsale for a Total Recall rumble
Jul 5, 2015

The soundstage on which a big science fiction movie is being filmed feels ... like science fiction. There are a bunch of different sets scrunched together in one mixed metaphor of a space, and these disparate environments are connected by umbilicals of heavy cable that look like they're strung around the engine room of the Nostromo in Ridely Scott's Alien.

Why Bryan Cranston loves breaking bad as Total Recall's villain
Jul 5, 2015

After a day walking around the Pinewood Toronto Studios lot visiting the set of the new Total Recall remake directed by Len Wiseman, reality feels kind of flimsy. Which is kind of fitting, as the movie is based on the 1966 Philip K. Dick short story "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale".

Scientists have figured out Total Recall tech (in mice, anyway)
Jul 4, 2015

Rodents, your wildest fantasies are about to come true. Scientists have figured out some Total Recall-style memory hacking techniques that are successful in mice, which could lead to our very on Rekall shop on the corner in a few decades.

New trailer finally delivers Total Recall's famous 3-breasted babe
Jul 4, 2015

Now this is starting to look like the old Total Recall we know and love. A new, full-length trailer for the upcoming reboot shows off a bit more of the action we can expect in the mind-swiping future. Oh, and it seems the three-breasted woman will also be making an appearance this time around.

Actor Michael Ironside on his new movie Extraterrestrial, Total Recall, Starship Troopers and more
Nov 20, 2014

Canadian-born actor Michael Ironside has been making movies since 1977, and has appeared in some of sci-fi's finest films.

Count all 509 of Schwarzenegger's cinematic kills in this explosive supercut
Dec 18, 2013

With one of the most prolific acting careers ever, you might wonder what Schwarzenegger's cinematic legacy is. It's killing people. Lots and lots of people.

Little-known sci-fi fact: Minority Report started as a Total Recall sequel
Oct 9, 2013

The 2002 Tom Cruise flick Minority Report was a mostly-awesome little slice of sci-fi, but did you know we almost got it a decade earlier — as a sequel to Total Recall?

Before you watch Under the Dome, pay a visit to 11 other domed cities
Jun 21, 2013

Stephen King isn't the only person to offer the sci-fi delicacy, city under glass.

16 of the most memorable brothels and whorehouses in sci-fi
May 13, 2013

Hey, it’s the oldest profession out there. It’s also been a major part of sci-fi over the years.

Wiseman explains how Ahnold defeated his Total Recall reboot
Jan 14, 2013

In addition to being panned by critics, Len Wiseman's reboot of Total Recall also failed to inspire any box office buzz. So what was the problem? Wiseman thinks he's figured it out, and it has a lot to do with original early-90s star Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Paul Verhoeven explains why the Total Recall reboot bombed
Jan 14, 2013

For any sci-fi fan from the '80s and early '90s, the name Paul Verhoeven is a big one. The mind behind monster hits Total Recall, Robocop and Starship Troopers is still revered to this day—and he even has a few thoughts on why the recent reboot of his classic Total Recall bombed at the box office.

Why Colin Farrell didn't bother reading any Total Recall reviews
Dec 17, 2012

If you were a well-known actor who'd just been in a remake of a sci-fi classic, wouldn't you be curious as to what people thought of it? Well, according to Colin Farrell, you might be better off leaving well enough alone.

Total Recall should NOT have deleted this never-before-seen scene
Dec 17, 2012

The touted reboot of the classic sci-fi flick Total Recall may have failed to impress the critics with its clunky plot, but it definitely wasn't short on sci-fi spectacles and bone-crunching action. Sadly, with only so much running time available, not every action set piece made the cut—but this deleted scene totally should have, and would've only added to the sci-fi insanity.

How Sony edited Total Recall reboot to keep China's gov't happy
Dec 17, 2012

Considering how much money the average film costs to make these days, it's no surprise that studios want to get their flicks in as many markets as possible to make back some of those big budgets. And sometimes, changes need to be made so the film isn't potentially offensive to other countries. Want to know what was changed in the new Total Recall as to not piss off China?

Intriguing infographic shows which reboots are good (and bad) ideas
Dec 17, 2012

The life span of movies and TV shows always seems to be cyclical, and sometimes those reboots and reimaginings are good ideas, and sometimes not. The new Battlestar Galactica was a hit. The new Total Recall limping through the box office? Not so much.