For the first commentary of 2019, Zach and Chris watched 1990’s Dolph Lundgren classic, I Come in Peace aka Dark Angel
Living in a dystopian future Los Angeles, pizza delivery driver, and avid rollerblader, Griffin is forced to go undercover with the Rollerboys, the gang that essentially rules the city through sales of their drug, Mist.
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.
Put out in 1990, That’s Action! is a celebration of Action International Pictures or AIP by AIP, the force behind movies like Deadly Prey, Space Mutiny, Killer Workout, Mankillers, Future Force and more.
Best known for their eternal 90s jam “Turtle Power”, Partners in Kryme were back in 2015 with a new Turtles jam, the “Rock the Casbah” sampling “Rock the Halfshell”, to celebrate the 1990 movie’s 25th anniversary.
Traveling from Wyoming to Australia based on an ad for a sharpshooter, Matthew Quigley meets cattle baron Elliott Marston but when he learns Marston wants him to kill the native Aborigines, Quigley goes against him and his men with his one of a kind Sharps rifle.
Directed by none other than Michael Bay, “I Love You” was the unsuccessful follow up to the juggernaut of Ice, Ice Baby, where Vanilla Ice completely shifted gears and tried to do a sincere, romantic slow jam with the terrible results you might expect.
A remake of Joel Schumacher’s 1990 film, the new Flatliners stars Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton and Kiersey Clemons as the new group of young doctors trying to find out what happens when you die by killing and then reviving each other.
Small town handymen Val and Earl become unlikely heroes when gigantic creatures called Graboids start killing the local and causing chaos in 1990’s cult classic Tremors.
From the 1990 classic, Dick Tracy battles the evil gangster Big Boy Caprice and his gang of oddly deformed enforcers.