After World War III, the world settles all it’s future disputes with battles between giant robots and Achilles pilots the one for the Western “Market” countries against the Russian backed Confederation.
The story behind the studio that brought us schlock gems in the 80’s like Robot Jox, Ghoulies, Troll, Trancers and Re-Animator is the subject of an upcoming documentary.
Airing for only six episodes in 1987 on CBS, The Popcorn Kid followed the ins and outs of the Majestic movie theater, especially Scott, the titular Popcorn Kid and an usher at theater who hopes to make it into the movie industry one day.
Winona Ryder stars in the upcoming Netflix Original as the mother of a boy who goes missing under mysterious circumstances and the search to find him uncovers a secret government project and supernatural forces.
The sixth entry in the X-Men series and making the rebooted series a trilogy, X-Men: Apocalypse is solid but never does anything that makes it anything besides just “OK”.
An ode to working stiffs everywhere, Dolly Parton’s theme song for the movie of the same name was one of her biggest hits, hitting number one on the charts and getting nominated for an Oscar and multiple Grammys.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris, Joe and Chris Ali watched the “Cannon Classic”, King Solomon’s Mines.
When his family is attacked, Cho Osaki takes his mother and son to Salt Lake City but he becomes caught in a drug smuggling operation and must use his ninja skills to fight back.
We’re going on the “adventure of a lifetime” this month by watching Cannon Films attempt at an Indiana Jones style adventure movie, King Solomon’s Mines, with Richard Chamberlain starring as public domain action hero Allan Quartermain.
The mafia attempts to take over all the martial arts dojos in the country and teenager Jason Stillwell must train with the ghost of Bruce Lee to protect his father’s dojo from the mafia’s Russian enforcer, Ivan, played by none other than Jean Claude Van Damme.