Johnny Rico, voiced by Casper Van Dien, is demoted and sent to guard Mars while the rest of the Federation fleet pushes toward the Bug homeworld but a Bug attack forces him and his small squad to try and survive in the newest Starship Troopers animated movie, Traitor of Mars.
We’re watching 1997’s The Saint this month for our Movie of the Month, which features peak Val Kilmer getting to go crazy with an endless supply of wigs, mustaches and accents to play master of disguise and master thief Simon Templar.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, we teamed up with the crew of the upcoming A Video Game Con to watch one of the worst video game movies ever made, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
An anomaly among Saban’s other 90’s shows that reused Japanese footage, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation was an original live action series that loosely continued the story of the original three TMNT movies and introduced the controversial fifth Ninja Turtle, Venus De Milo.
We’re teaming up with the crew of the upcoming A Video Game Con to watch one of the most insanely bad video game movies of all time, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
The crew of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and special guest Mike from Action Ration dive into the sequel to one of the greatest movies of all time, Jurassic Park, with 1997’s The Lost World.
The Empire Strikes Back was one of the chief nerdy influences on this fun little Christmas special from 1997, where a neglected snowman raises an army and tries to take over Christmas from Santa.
Our first “Movie of the Month”, which will get a commentary at the end of the month, is Jackie Chan’s first huge release in the US, Rumble in the Bronx.
Everything is Terrible unearths another Stephen Baldwin gem. It’s the 1997 Direct to Video Sub Down co-starring future Burn Notice star Gabrielle Anwar.
In the far off future of 1997 there is no bigger bad ass than Snake Plissken.