Based on the highly popular 90s toyline which featured awesome mini-playsets, Mighty Max followed the titular pre-teen hero as he came into possession of a powerful artifact that took the form of a red baseball cap that lets him travel across time and space. Teaming with his allies Virgil and Norman, Max has to battle the evil forces of Skullmaster, who wants the cap for his own evil purposes.
Although it appeared on their second album in 1988, “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” didn’t chart in the US until it was included on the soundtrack for the sleeper hit Johnny Depp movie, Benny & Joon, in 1993.
Inspired by early 90’s Internet culture and the works of authors like Neal Stephenson and William Gibson, Billy Idol created a concept album called Cyberpunk in 1993 which featured the single, “Shock to the System”, where Idol becomes a cyborg who battles the corrupt “Cyber-Cops” in future Los Angeles.
90s hip-hop duo Tag Team turned their monster hit Whoomp! (There It Is) into an Addams Family version called Addams Family Whoomp for the soundtrack of 1993’s Addams Family Values.
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.
Escaping from a prison bus, bank robber Sam Gillen is taken in by a widow and her two children, who he helps to defend their land against an evil land developer and the corrupt local sheriff.
Celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this month, the Everything Action crew is watching the insanely meta Arnold Schwarzenegger classic Last Action Hero for this month’s movie commentary.
Heading to Tombstone, Arizona for a fresh start, former lawman Wyatt Earp, his brothers and their friend Doc Holliday get involved in an escalating battle with a group of outlaws called the Cowboys, led by the vicious Curly Bill Brocius.
Prolific Pacific Northwest DJ Bob Rivers specialized in parody songs during his decades long career and he specifically put out five albums of Christmas parody songs, one of which featured the Black Sabbath spoofing “I Am Santa Claus”.
Adopted by a master samurai, journalist Drew Collins has to take on his adopted brother Kenjiro in a deadly fighting tournament to recover the family’s stolen sword and make it out of Turkey alive.