Raymond J Barry has made the rounds of TV and appeared in movies like Sudden Death, Training Day and Born on the Fourth of July and is currently killing it as Arlo Givens on Justified.
This week on the Everything Actioncast: Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the finer points of the Fast and Furious franchise, the atrocities that are the 70’s Captain America movies, the mechanics of Timecrime’s time travel, Looper, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and much more.
Have you wondered what Home Alone might be like if the violence was horrifically realistic? The Aggression Scale might be the movie to answer that hypothetical.
This year’s glut of found footage movies continues with Area 407, which follows a group of plane crash survivors who find themselves stranded in a mysterious government facility where something starts hunting them.
Recruited to take his dead brother’s place as the operator of an “avatar” alien body on the planet Pandora, marine Jake Sully becomes the leader of the Na’vi, leading them into battle against the invading colonists and marines.
We welcome our current podcast contributor and newest writer Joe, as he explains his anticipation for this summer’s Batman epic, “The Dark Knight Rises”.
After a couple really slow weeks, this week there’s actually a ton of good stuff coming out including our Pick of the Week, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.
The man who scored our favorite movie of all time, Commando, has also scored over 100 other films, including the highest selling score of all time, which is the Titanic score.
The Hunger Games managed the rare fourpeat and stayed at the top of the box office over the weekend, becoming the first movie since Avatar to perform that well.
Lane and Pete trade fortunes and fists on this week’s “Mad Men”.