Remember Detroit's proposed 10-foot tall crowdfunded statue of RoboCop? Yeah, it's really happening. Here's the latest scoop on the Motor City's forthcoming monument to law, order and cyborg justice. Your move, creeps!
Oh, Hollywood. You give us a great film that people come to love and adore, and then you wait a few decades and think you can do it better. Then you fail miserably. The Italian Job, Planet of the Apes, Death Race 2000 and The Day The Earth Stood Still are just some of my favorite films victimized by a horrendously…
The Robocop reboot is currently filming in Toronto, Canada. Just the other day, we got our first grainy peek at the new Robo-Taurus that Robocop robo-uses to robo-save the day.
Since original movies are no longer a thing, there is a robo-reboot of Robocop currently filming to hit theaters and pillage teenagers of their money. In the original movie, Robocop drove a Ford Taurus.
Detroit's already won the kitsch jackpot with the city's new Robocop statue. But now's your chance to give the Motor City the other statue it deserves: Robocop's nemesis ED-209. Head over to the Metro Times website to write in ED-209 as the "Best Statue to Commission - After Robocop."
Throughout the march to pay for a statue of Robocop in the city of Detroit, one voice has been absent: Robocop himself, or at least Peter Weller, whose face was grafted onto America's favorite cyborg lawman. Until now.
Pete Hottelet is the entrepreneur whose $25,000 may help bring a Robocop statue — that may look like the bust above — to Detroit.
The group attempting to bring a Robocop statue to Detroit over the mayor's indifference just scored a major victory after securing a $25,000 matching grant from the company Omni Consumer Products. Wait, what?
The year is 2010. Detroit is a crime-ridden carcass of the gleaming metropolis it once was. The city only has one hope. And he's 2 years old.
We called the Taurus-based Ford Police Intereceptor "Robocop's replacement." Buy why have the sequel when you can have the original? Be part-man, part-machine and all awesome and buy the original Robocop Ford Taurus for around $19K.
We've been doing some traveling over the past week — running from one shining sea to the other. Rather than deal with the normal boring fare we're used to sampling via the wonders of bittorrent, we've been sampling iTunes newest movie rental feature. Specifically, we snagged a copy of RoboCop for a quick 24-hour…
If the folks who made the movie Robocop had really been prescient, they'd have made the 6000SUX (which was based on a '76 Olds Cutlass) a vast SUV instead of a big sedan. Still, 8.2MPG puts it squarely in Excursion territory. It's an American tradition.