With the reboot coming out this month, we’re jumping back to 2004 to watch Guillermo Del Toro’s take on Mike Mignola’s demonic superhero, Hellboy, with the man who was truly born to play him in the title role, Ron Perlman.
For the first commentary of 2019, Zach and Chris watched 1990’s Dolph Lundgren classic, I Come in Peace aka Dark Angel
Blackjack became a part of IMDB’s new streaming service Freedive so it’s free but there are ads, which messes up our plans to watch it for this month’s commentary so we’re pulling an audible and watching another Dolph classic instead, 1990’s I Come In Peace aka Dark Angel.
For the first commentary of 2019, the Everything Action crew is watching the John Woo/Dolph Lundgren team-up Blackjack, which was made in the hopes of becoming a USA Network TV show in 1998.
For the last commentary of 2018, and to celebrate the holidays, Zach and Chris watched 1994’s The Santa Clause
Tim Allen, at the height of his 90’s popularity, starred in 1994’s The Santa Clause, where the Tool Man becomes the new Santa after inadvertently murdering his predecessor.
To celebrate the release of the new sequel and the titular holiday its set during, Zach and Chris watched the original Halloween from 1978 for the latest Everything Action commentary.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach and Chris took to YouTube for another random 80s/90s action movie and got 1992’s Final Impact, a kickboxing movie with the Renegade, Lorenzo Lamas.
The winner of our So Bad It’s Good tournament, Zach, Chris, and Chris Ali watched 1995’s Mortal Kombat, probably the greatest video game to movie adaptation, for the latest Everything Action commentary.
Celebrating it’s 25th anniversary earlier this month, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali jump through the movie screen and into the world of Last Action Hero for the latest Everything Action Commentary.