A special feature on 2003’s DVD release of the third and final Re-Animator movie, Beyond Re-Animator, the seemingly one time only group Dr. Reanimator delivered the Eurodance theme the series didn’t know it needed with “Move Your Dead Bones”.
Check out the bad ass 2003 William Friedkin movie The Hunted in full right here as Tommy Lee Jones takes on his former student Benicio Del Toro, who Jones trained in the art of survival and killing, in the deep woods of Oregon.
When his daughter is kidnapped in Thailand, ex-CIA operative Jake Hopper heads there to get her back by any means necessary.
Hired by none other than Michael Jai White to look over his wife while he’s out of town on “business”, Busta Rhymes mans the surveillance cameras and is almost instantly lusting after said wife in the music video for “I Know What You Want”.
Offering his engineering skills on contracts to reverse engineer rival tech and then get his mind wiped, Michael Jennings gets in over his head when he realizes a three year contract with Allcom resulted in him helping to make a machine that can see the future and now Allcom’s goons are out to kill him to protect it.
Survival and combat expert LT Bonham has to track and take down one of his former students who has snapped and is killing people in the forests of Oregon.
For this Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris and Joe watched what is arguably The Rock’s best starring movie, The Rundown.
Everything Action kicks off 2016 with a bang by watching arguably the greatest movie in The Rock’s catalog, 2003’s The Rundown.
Co-starring with Jet Li for 2003’s Cradle 2 the Grave, DMX contributed arguably his biggest and most recognizable hit for the soundtrack, X Gon Give it to Ya.
Sent to train the Japanese army to take them down, US Army Captain Nathan Algren instead joins Japan’s samurai and stands with them in a last battle for their way of life.