Trying to stop a crew of hijackers who killed his brother, US Marshal Pete Nessip has to learn how to skydive in order to foil their plan to drop into DEA headquarters and steal a list of undercover operatives to sell to the highest bidder.
After exploding in the mid 90’s with “I’m Too Sexy”, Right Said Fred was recruited by Sega Europe to turn another song off their debut album, Wonderman, into an ode to Sonic to promote Sonic the Hedgehog 3 in 1994.
A professional hitman, Leon lives a solitary life until he reluctantly takes in 12 year old orphan Mathilde, who he begins to train as his protege to help her get revenge on the man who killed her family, corrupt DEA agent Norman Stansfield.
Closing out our month of vehicular action for Auto Pilot is 1994’s Thunder in Paradise, which featured Hulk Hogan as ex-Navy SEAL “Hurricane” Spencer, who along with his buddy Bru (Chris Lemmon), develops a high-tech power boat nicknamed Thunder that they use to take on various villains in the water around Florida.
Created as basically an advertisement for the new Dodge Viper SR 1, Viper debuted on NBC in 1994 and followed a special task force in the fictional future city of Metro City, where Project Viper is created to help stop the evil crime syndicate The Outfit with a souped up, gadget filled muscle car.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris, Joe and Chris Ali dive into the world of check fraud and inappropriate relationships that is 1994’s Blank Check.
We’re watching 1994’s Blank Check for this month’s Everything Action commentary, a cheesy favorite of 90’s kids everywhere as 11 year old Preston Waters accidentally gets $1 million when he commits check fraud and walks away with a criminal’s fortune.
Since he co-starred with Jim Carrey in Ace Ventura, it made sense that Tone Loc would contribute a song to the soundtrack, which he did with “Ace is in the House”
1994’s soundtrack to The Crow was a massive hit when it was released along with the movie and a seminal album for 90’s teens who were into goth/punk with bands like The Cure, Helmet, Violent Femmes, Nine Inch Nails and Rage Against the Machine contributing songs.
The second show launched after the success of Power Rangers, VR Troopers followed Ryan Steele and his friends as they battle the evil forces of Grimlord, who was determined to rule both the real and virtual realities.