Adonis Creed is back and facing his most dangerous and personal challenge yet as Ivan Drago re-emerges with his son Viktor, who challenges Adonis in a grudge match for Adonis’ newly acquired championship belt.
The future has changed into a possibly even worse version after the events of Future Man Season 1 so the trio of Josh, Tiger, and Wolf need to reunite and fight their way across time to try and save it again in Season 2, hitting Hulu in January.
Paramount may have finally given Transformers fans what they’ve wanted after 10 years of torture at the hands of Michael Bay as the upcoming 80s set prequel Bumblebee features glorious looking G1 characters and what seems like a genuinely affecting friendship between Bee and 18-year-old Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld).
Despite an appearance by Anthony Kiedis in 1991’s Point Break, the Red Hot Chili Peppers did not appear on the movie’s soundtrack but 80’s hair metal band Ratt did with the movie’s end credits song, “Nobody Rides for Free”.
Chance the Rapper stars in the latest horror release from A24 as a pizza delivery driver who is trying to figure out who or what is killing his fellow drivers.
A beloved franchise from the 80’s, MASK or the Mobile Armored Strike Kommand were led by billionaire Matt Trakker, who assembled a team of specialists to wield powerful masks and pilot transforming vehicles to battle Miles Mayhem and the forces of VENOM.
Debuting in 1988 from animation factory DIC, C.O.P.S (Central Organization of Police Specialists) followed the titular group of heroic law enforcement agents, led by the badass Bulletproof Vess, as they battled the criminal organization of crime-lord Big Boss.
Zach and Chris dive into the random world of YouTube action movies and pulled out 1984’s ridiculous Swedish action movie, The Ninja Mission, for the latest Everything Action commentary.
Back before the Willenium and even before he was sitting on his throne in Bel-Air, The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff released one of their most classic tracks, “Parents Just Don’t Understand”, the Grammy award winning hit from 1988.
The Transformers head back to the decade that made them, the 80’s, for a prequel spin-off where Bumblebee is on the run in 1987 and bonds with a teen girl named Charlie, who buys him in his beat up VW Beetle form from the local used car lot.