This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe dive into more of the crazy badness of The Snowman, the epic action of Mission: Impossible Fallout, the latest Venom trailer, the strange saga of MoviePass, the convoluted history of Castlevania, the possible return of ALF and much more.
Debuting in 1988 from animation factory DIC, C.O.P.S (Central Organization of Police Specialists) followed the titular group of heroic law enforcement agents, led by the badass Bulletproof Vess, as they battled the criminal organization of crime-lord Big Boss.
The Archer gang gets transformed into 1940’s noir versions of themselves in the upcoming 8th season of Archer, subtitled Dreamland, which hits in April on FXX.
Aaron Paul slips behind the wheel of some of the world’s fastest cars for an adaptation of the EA racing series, Need for Speed.
If you don’t know who Frank Grillo is yet, next year you will as he’s featured in a bunch of huge movies, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
If you combined Parks & Rec and 21 Jump St, you would most likely get Brooklyn Nine-Nine and it’s as funny as that combination would imply, with Andy Samberg leading the 99th precinct in Brooklyn as goofy but effective detective, Jake Peralta.
With Stallone getting into a mismatched partnership this weekend in Bullet to the Head, the crew of Zach, Chris and Joe go back to 1989 for another classic pairing in Tango & Cash, with Stallone teaming up with Kurt Russell.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone from everyone here at Everything Action. Our present to you is the latest Everything Action Commentary featuring Arnold’s only foray into family Christmas comedies, Jingle All the Way.
James McAvoy stars as a UK detective who gets a second chance to catch a criminal (Mark Strong) that slipped through his fingers years earlier in the upcoming, Ridley Scott produced crime thriller, Welcome to the Punch.