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.
Zach, Chris, Joe and special guest, Chris Ali, participate in the first round of our new 90s Commercials Drinking Game, which combines two of our favorite things, nostalgia and alcohol.
In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings… A land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena, a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power…the passion…the danger. Her courage will change the world.
Zach, Chris and Joe celebrated St. Paddy’s Day by watching Warwick Davis’ Leprechaun try to find a bride in Leprechaun 2 for the latest Everything Action Commentary.
Another month of Disney kicks off for Musical Montage with a movie near and dear to the hearts of 90’s kids, A Goofy Movie.
The Austin Powers movies have had some massive hits off of their soundtracks from the likes of Madonna, Beyonce and Lenny Kravitz as well as featuring classic tracks like The Austin Powers Theme aka Soul Bossa Nova by Quincy Jones.
An upcoming documentary will take a look at the disaster that was the Roger Corman produced Fantastic Four movie, the only Corman movie that was never released.
Musical Montage is all about the holidays this month and we’re kicking things off with a hip hop classic that was featured in Die Hard, specifically thanks to Argyle, everyone’s favorite limousine driver.