“Man, that goalie was pissed!”
This October, we’re highlighting some of the most famous horror villains instead of our usual action hero and we kick things off with the master of nightmares, Freddy Krueger.
Although reluctant at first, Bruce Banner eventually joins The Avengers and has the unique role of being both their brains and their brawn when “the other guy” gets unleashed.
Getting tricked by a group of pirates into bringing them to the the world’s largest cruise ship for a heist? Bad. Finding the ship abandoned and under attack by a giant leviathan? Worse.
San Diego is a hot bed for crime and terrorism but fortunately the National Terrorism Strike Force:San Diego:Sports Utility Vehicle team is on the job, led by Trent Hauser.
“Most people think Marv is crazy. He just had the rotten luck of being born in the wrong century. He’d be right at home on some ancient battlefield swinging an axe into somebody’s face…”
Legalizing sports gambling is serious business, as private detective Joe Hallenbeck soon discovers when cars start exploding and the bodies start piling up.
Taking a gig in Russia to open for a pop star, drummer Joe becomes the only man who can save the arena from a group of mercenaries who take the Russian president and his family hostage.
Stallone’s Robert Rath takes on Antonio Banderas’ Miguel Bain in the hitman action movie, Assassins, directed by Richard Donner.
You don’t recruit John Steele, you unleash him.