March kicks off with two brutal movies as Jennifer Lawrence is forced to become a Russian spy in Red Sparrow and Bruce Willis gets revenge for his family in the remake of Death Wish.
Bruce Willis takes up the vigilante role made famous by Charles Bronson for Eli Roth’s reboot of Death Wish that seems to be completely missing the point of, at least the first, Death Wish.
One of the few non-superhero/sci-fi action movies this year and the only one starring Jason Statham, Mechanic: Resurrection is a solid, violent, fun way to close out a particularly awful summer for movies.
Jason Statham is back as hitman Arthur Bishop, whose girlfriend, played by Jessica Alba, is kidnapped by a powerful group who want Bishop to kill a series of targets or else his girlfriend is dead.
Funded entirely by themselves, husband and wife team Guy and Dana Patton deliver an homage to movies like Death Wish with the vigilante movie, Pearl.
When his family and friends are violently attacked, architect and war vet Paul Kersey takes matters into his own hands and wages a one man war on crime.
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 pay tribute to Robin Williams, talk more Charles Bronson, the ridiculously high stakes of Cloak & Dagger, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Inhumans, the bad assness of Aquaman and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about female spin-offs from Expendables, Ghostbusters and Spider-Man, the possible True Detective Season 2 cast, Bronson movies, Sharknado 2, TMNT: Coming Out of Their Shells and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the future of Community, the mind numbing overload of Transformers: Age of Extinction, the best WWF announcers, creepy Disney trips, Valiant comics, the Too Many Game convention and much more.