Our first “Movie of the Month”, which will get a commentary at the end of the month, is Jackie Chan’s first huge release in the US, Rumble in the Bronx.
To celebrate the holidays, Zach, Chris, Chris A and Asa settle in for the only Christmas movie to feature an amnesiac Hulk Hogan, Santa with Muscles
Some of the biggest bands of 90’s alt-rock came together for the Dumb and Dumber soundtrack including Butthole Surfers, Crash Test Dummies and The Proclaimers.
For Chris’ birthday, he, Joe, Chris Ali, Asa and Ryan watched the fourth and final entry in the 3 Ninjas series, High Noon at Mega Mountain, starring Hulk Hogan, Loni Anderson and Jim Varney.
Our annual horror villain take over of Action Hero of the Week during October kicks off with the arguably the best villain of the 90’s, Ghostface from the Scream quadrilogy.
No one, not even a legendary comic like Rodney Dangerfield, was immune to the novelty rap craze of the 80’s and early 90’s.
The soundtrack for Super Mario Bros: The Movie is almost as bizarre as the actual movie itself, featuring songs from the likes of Megadeth to Roxette to Queen to Marky Mark.
Right before Michael Bay turned into the over the top master of “Bayhem” he is today, he teamed with someone as equally over the top as himself, Meatloaf, for the music video for Meatloaf’s smash hit, “I’d Do Anything for Love”.
The acting world lost another legendary figure yesterday when the news came out that Robin Williams committed suicide. It’s a tragic loss of a man who brought so much to both the comedic and dramatic side of movies.