For the first commentary of 2019, the Everything Action crew is watching the John Woo/Dolph Lundgren team-up Blackjack, which was made in the hopes of becoming a USA Network TV show in 1998.
The in-stadium band for the Milwaukee Beers in 1998’s BASEketball, ska band Reel Big Fish provided a number of songs in the movie, including a cover version of A-ha’s classic “Take on Me”.
It’s kind of appropriate that “Fire in the Hole” off of Van Halen III was featured on the soundtrack for 1998’s Lethal Weapon 4 as they put their band and franchise respectively into hibernation for over a decade due to mixed critical reception and lower than expected sales.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and special guest Phil from Digital Pimp dive into superhero movie that kickstarted the entire modern age of superhero/comic book movies, 1998’s Blade.
The Robinson family returns in Netflix’s upcoming reboot of Lost in Space with Toby Stephens and Molly Parker leading an expedition to a new potential home for humanity but their ship is knocked light years off course.
With Black Panther out this month, it seemed like the perfect time to revisit the OG Black Marvel superhero, Blade, in the classic 1998 movie starring the one and only Wesley Snipes.
For the music video of the second single off of Hello Nasty, “Body Movin”, the Beastie Boys paid homage to the Italian cult classic Danger: Diabolik as they recreated the general plot themselves alongside footage from the actual movie.
Smash Mouth was all over movie soundtracks in the 90’s, including the 1998 teen comedy Can’t Hardly Wait with “Can’t Get Enough of You Baby”
Chip Hazard and the Commando Elite take on Archer and the Gorgonites in Joe Dante’s Small Soldiers, our Movie of the Month for July.
Despite WB probably wanting a James Bond style franchise from their 1998 reboot of The Avengers, even hiring Sean Connery himself as the villain, the only thing that really feels Bondesque is the credits song by Grace Jones.