The bargain basement reboot of an action classic leaves no trace on streaming

It goes without saying that hardly any properties are safe from the relentless reboot machine

that hoovers up virtually everything in its path,

but did we really need a brand new version of smash hit Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle Eraser?

Chuck Russell’s balls-to-the-wall shoot ’em up earned an impressive $242 million at the box office

the summer of 1996, and remains a beloved entry in the hulking action icon’s back catalogue.

Much like the majority of his best work,

it was big, loud, incredibly stupid, and a hell of a lot of fun, so it’s not as if anyone was asking for Eraser: Reborn to exist.

Charisma vacuum Dominic Sherwood steps in to play the lead role of Mason Pollard, in what’s

effectively a beat-for-beat retread of the original. He’s a U.S. Marshall that operates