For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali watch one of the greatest (or possibly the greatest) action movies of all time, Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Starting in 1993, Shaq set out to conquer the rap/hip-hop world with his first album, Shaq Diesel, and subsequently released four more albums and getting guest stars like Notorious BIG, Ice Cube, RZA, Method Man and more.
It’s March which means it’s tournament time and Everything Action is going to determine the greatest action movie of the 80’s vs the 90’s with your help for the Action Madness 2018 bracket.
Zach, Chris and Chris Ali are kicking off 2018’s commentaries with another bizarre entry pulled from the depths of YouTube, 1992’s My Samurai.
Recreating Rebel Without a Cause with Keanu Reeves in the James Dean role, “Rush Rush” was another huge hit for Paula Abdul in 1991, staying at #1 for five weeks.
After exploding in the mid 90’s with “I’m Too Sexy”, Right Said Fred was recruited by Sega Europe to turn another song off their debut album, Wonderman, into an ode to Sonic to promote Sonic the Hedgehog 3 in 1994.
Dominating almost every aspect of pop culture in the 90’s, the Crypt Keeper unleashed one of the ultimate Halloween party jams with the puntastic Crypt Jam rap, off the official Tales from the Crypt soundtrack.
Set inside the world of a 90’s computer, Reboot followed a Guardian named Bob as he worked to protect the city of Mainframe from evil viruses like Megabyte and he also had to play games launched by the “user” to keep sections of the city from being destroyed.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali put their fate in the hands of random chance and ended up watching 1993’s American Samurai.
Stephen King’s terrifying demonic clown Pennywise is back in September to scare a new Loser’s Club in the remake of IT.