Loosely-based (and I do mean LOOSELY) on the Stephen King story of the same name, The Running Man has Arnold Schwarzenegger starring as Ben Richards, a former helicopter pilot framed for a massacre who is forced to compete in a deadly game show for his freedom.
It's an amazing slice of 80s action cheese, and if you haven't seen it, you owe it to yourself. In particular, these 12 moments prove that it's one of The Governator's absolute best.
First, let's talk about how Family Feud's Richard Dawson played the villain.
And don't forget the cast of colorful "Running Man" contestants, like Buzzsaw...
Here's Subzero... now plain zero...
And who could forget Dynamo?
But I know what you're really here for: the Arnie quotes...
The interplay between 'Ahhnold' and Dawson is great.
Like genuinely great.
The Governator gets plenty of great one-liners whenever he beats someone.
Like, seriously great.
Okay this one's a little forced, but we still love it.
How great is this one?
And of course, the best is when he just absolutely loses it.
There are a lot of stars who completely fell out of the spotlight even though they seemed too big to fail. Whether they leave for personal reasons, medical issues, or just because they want to slow down, it's always interesting to take a look back and see where our old favorite celebrities went. Dana Carvey managed to become one of the biggest character actors of his time. After getting his big break on Saturday Night Live, Carvey seemed to be headed for success. He had many breakout characters but it all started with the Church Lady, who helped him become
When it comes to classic horror movies, I think we can all agree that Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer are two of the best. These movies are iconic, and while a lot of people hate remakes and reboots, there's one person who is itching to get his hands on them. Jason Blum and his company, Blumhouse Productions is responsible for several iconic horror movies. He's also the one taking a run at bringing back Michael Meyers in the new installment of Halloween. Flickr - Gage SkidmoreThe movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last weekend,
We all want to take some time an live in the worlds that our favorite movies create for us. Imagine how fun it would be to step inside the delightful worlds that people work so hard to make? Most of them would be super fun to explore, but there's one type of movie that most people would probably want to avoid. Horror movies are generally the kind of genre that you enjoy watching, but wouldn't want to experience first hand. Trying to fight off a murder is really not most people's idea of a fun time, or at least that's