A homicide detective in London in the far off future of 2008, Harley Stone tracks a serial killer that killed his partner and almost killed him a decade ago who has now returned and is racking up another massive body count.
In honor of the late Rutger Hauer, Zach and Chris went back to 1992 for the latest Everything Action Commentary, Split Second.
With Dark Phoenix seeming like a boring disaster, why not check out the classic first episode of the iconic 1992 X-Men animated series instead? Night of the Sentinels Part 1 is available to watch in the latest edition of Everything Action Theater.
Debuting in 1992 after the animated Bill & Ted series was canceled, Fox tried to turn the franchise into a live-action comedy series but it only lasted seven episodes with actors Evan Richards and Christopher Kennedy taking over the title roles.
This weekend finds the world of King Arthur coming to the modern day in The Kid Who Would Be King but back in 1992, a 90s football team was sucked back in time by Merlin to take over for the captured Knights of the Round Table in King Arthur and the Knights of Justice.
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.
Much like The Archies or The Monkees before them, fake TV band The Heights had a huge #1 hit in 1992 with the theme song of the short-lived TV show of the same name produced by Aaron Spelling between Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place.
Formed by Ice-T and guitarist Ernie C in 1990, the heavy metal band Body Count contributed the song “Body Count’s in the House” to the soundtrack of 1992’s Universal Soldier, playing over the end credits of the movie.
When their first album hit Platinum status, Marky Mark and his Funky Bunch rushed back into the studio and produced the slightly harder-edged follow-up, You Gotta Believe, featuring the title song as the main single.
One of the first songs released after Bowie returned as a solo artist in 1992, “Real Cool World” was part of the soundtrack for Ralph Bakshi’s insane live action/animation hybrid, Cool World.