Back before the Willenium and even before he was sitting on his throne in Bel-Air, The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff released one of their most classic tracks, “Parents Just Don’t Understand”, the Grammy award winning hit from 1988.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali celebrate the 30th anniversary of Killer Klowns from Outer Space.
Celebrating it’s 30th anniversary this month, the Everything Action crew is watching the cult classic Killer Klowns from Outer Space for this month’s Movie of the Month.
Ice-T delivered the fantastic title track for the 1988 crime/gang movie Colors, which was directed by Dennis Hopper and starred Robert Duvall, Sean Penn, Don Cheadle and Damon Wayans.
Gary Busey plays the “Bulletproof” Frank McBain, a maverick LAPD cop who is also a former CIA(?) agent that is recruited to infiltrate a gathering of terrorists in Mexico and recover a stolen super tank called Thunderblast.
In another round of action movie roulette on YouTube, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali ended up watching the 1988 Gary Busey “classic” Bulletproof for the latest Everything Action commentary.
For the soundtrack for 1988’s Ghoulies 2, heavy metal band W.A.S.P. contributed the track “Scream Until You Like It” and also got up close and personal with the actual Ghoulies for the official music video.
Although it’s full of insane sequences, one of the most insane of “So Bad It’s Good” movie Mac and Me is a dance sequence in a McDonald’s that features the song “Down to Earth” by Ashford & Simpson.
To celebrate the holidays, the Christmas crew of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and Joe watched the classic Ernest Saves Christmas.
After watching Nightmare on Elm Street, The Fresh Prince has a terrible nightmare in a song that was ultimately not used for Nightmare on Elm Street 4, Nightmare on My Street.