Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm, while split from the group in 1991, contributed probably the only good thing about Highlander II: The Quickening, its rocking end credits song “One Dream”.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris survive the horror of the new Cats movie and discuss the return of Maverick, the raunchy 80s video game movie Joysticks, the Christopher Lambert/Mario Van Peebles “classic” Gunmen, the extended Kevin Smith universe and more.
The winner of our So Bad It’s Good tournament, Zach, Chris, and Chris Ali watched 1995’s Mortal Kombat, probably the greatest video game to movie adaptation, for the latest Everything Action commentary.
Trying to win a legitamate MMA title, Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) is forced back into the underground Thai fighting world by Thomas Moore (Christopher Lambert), who wants Kurt to fight his gigantic champion, Mongkut (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) and threatens his wife (Sara Malakul Lane) if Kurt doesn’t fight.
Jason Momoa may be the new Crow, Bad Boys 3 gets a new title and release date, a bunch of news about the upcoming seasons of The CW’s DC shows, Ghostbusters may have lost Sony $70 million and much more in this week’s New Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the insanity of the Resident Evil movies, real life hauntings, The Crow reboot, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Saban 90’s shows, The Killing Joke and much more.
There might be a third Mortal Kombat with Christopher Lambert back as Raiden, Kurt Russell’s most iconic 80’s characters are meeting in the comics, Javier Bardem is Frankenstein’s Monster and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Madea, Poe, Kevin Hart and The Rock, The Real Ghostbusters, Pennywise, the 2016 Emmys, Mortal Kombat and much more.
The Expendables franchise has been chock full of awesome cameos from old school action stars but here’s 10 more that need to show up in the next entry and beyond.
The original Ghost Rider was a snoozefest with terrible special effects, a lame villain and a bored looking Nicolas Cage. What happens when the Cage is unleashed and Crank directors Neveldine/Taylor are behind the camera? You get the insane sequel, Spirit of Vengeance.