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.
Adopted by a master samurai, journalist Drew Collins has to take on his adopted brother Kenjiro in a deadly fighting tournament to recover the family’s stolen sword and make it out of Turkey alive.
Since we’re looking at the OG 80’s ninja movie, Enter the Ninja, this month, we thought we’d give our picks for the top 10 best ninjas from pop culture.
The origins of wonderfully ridiculous 80’s action factory Cannon Films will be revealed in the upcoming documentary, Electric Boogaloo.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive deep into the stupidity that is Transformers: Age of Extinction, new Spoils from Eric Jonrosh, Sharknados, Biblical Batmen, Stone Cold Steve Austin and much more.
Although he had a fairly short career, Steve James was always recognizable and always had the back of various action heroes in movies like The Delta Force and American Ninja.
To celebrate the Fourth of July, Zach, Chris, Joe and special guest, Asa, watch an 80’s “classic” with American right in the name, American Ninja.
On this day in 1967, a little film company called Cannon was formed that would ultimately become the source for ridiculous 80’s action movies and helped launch the careers of Chuck Norris and Jean Claude Van Damme.
This week the duo of Zach and Joe talk about their favorite ninjas as well as if an Iron Fist movie could work, is Krull an 80’s classic? and their idea for the greatest sneakers ever.
“The deadliest art of the Orient is now in the hands of an American.”