The Terminator


Alien Feet and 3D Freddy Shirts: More Awesome Advertising from the Archive!

Welcome to my latest look at some classic horror and monster advertising from THE GOOD OLD DAYS! This week we travel back to the early 90s and dust off some adverts that were found within copies of the UK Aliens and Terminator monthly comic magazine. Each issue featured a warning on the cover confirming it


Movie Review: Terminator Genisys (2015)

It was 31 years ago that James Cameron introduced the world to The Terminator, centered on an unstoppable cyborg sent from the future to kill Sarah Connor’s unborn son. The slasher movie-inspired time travel film led to a string of sequels, beginning with the action-packed Judgment Day and continuing with Rise of the Machines and


The Terminator: An ’80s Slasher Film Disguised as an ’80s Action Film

James Cameron’s Terminator franchise gets a fifth installment this week in the form of Terminator Genisys, which has a plot so confusing that I honestly can’t even keep track of what’s happening in the two-minute trailer. At this point, the franchise is such a mess that I’m not sure I’ll even bother heading out to


He’s Back: Let’s Take a Closer Look at the Terminator Genisys Trailer

The Terminator franchise has been a part of my movie watching journey for as long as I can remember. I watched the original with my dad multiple times back in the glory days of VHS, and I still consider it one of the most perfect movie experiences of my life. T2 arrived seven years later

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New Terminator Trilogy and Arnie’s Back!

That’s right, after the past several years of the Terminator franchise being in limbo, having its rights auctioned off over and over, a new film, Terminator: Genisys is finally in production, being released on July 1st, 2015, slated to be followed by two sequels on May 19th, 2017 and June 29th, 2018. However, it’s worth


Art Attack: Bringing a Little Horror to the Familiar with Flavio Luccisano

Regular readers will know I have been looking into my past recently through articles I call ‘Inevitability’ … I gave them that name because when I look at what interested and excited me as a kid it nearly always had subtle traces of horror lurking within. Sometimes it might have just been a spooky character