As part of her domination of all forms of media since the 80’s, Elvira aka Cassandra Peterson put out a number of albums, including 1994’s Monster Hits that included the song Monster Rap.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach and Chris dive into the 90’s espionage world of The Saint, starring Val Kilmer and his many alter egos.
We’re watching 1997’s The Saint this month for our Movie of the Month, which features peak Val Kilmer getting to go crazy with an endless supply of wigs, mustaches and accents to play master of disguise and master thief Simon Templar.
Matthew McConaughey was not screwing around getting into his character of Kenny Wells for Gold, gaining 40 pounds and shaving his head into a very unfortunate bald crown but it could pay off, as Gold could be one of the big Oscar contenders later this year. Based on a true story, Kenny Wells is a […]
Appearing on both the Universal Soldier: The Return soundtrack and Megadeth’s own album Risk, Crush ‘Em featured both JCVD and Bill Goldberg in the music video and Goldberg even used it when he made his return to the WCW in 1999, with Megadeth playing it live on Monday Nitro.
Bizarrely controversial and insanely cheesy, Night Trap was a 90’s FMV game that tasked you with clearing rooms of vampiric creatures called Augers but, in doing so, you missed amazing sequences like the performance of the game’s theme song by the girls attending a slumber party.
We’re in the peak of summer and things are definitely heating up but back in the 90’s, there was a different kind of HEAT airing in syndication with the Baywatch knock-off, Acapulco HEAT, which followed a covert anti-terrorist group operating out the beaches of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Auto Pilot is back for the summer and we’re kicking things off by looking back at the first episode of Street Sharks, perhaps the most blatant of the many TMNT knockoffs of the 90’s
Left for dead after a heist, thief and overall bad ass Porter goes to war against his former employers and partners to get the $70,000 he’s owed.
Pop/Rap group FakeLife delivered one of the best homages to the 90’s with 2013’s “Find Me in the 90’s”, with references to Fresh Prince, Michael Jordan, Sonic, Mario and much more.