Check out the 1997 cult classic Cube from director Vincenzo Natali in the latest Everything Action Theater as 6 strangers wake up in a mysterious maze of seemingly identical rooms that are constantly shifting and house deadly traps.
Take a break from everything going on in the world and watch the 80s comedy classic Teen Wolf, starring Michael J. Fox, for the latest Everything Action Theater.
In between the first two Fast & Furious movies in 2002, Fox was looking to create something similar with Fastlane, which starred Peter Facinelli, Bill Bellamy, and Tiffani Thiessen as undercover cops working in a secret division of the LAPD that infiltrated the seedy underworld of Los Angeles.
Debuting in 1983 and running for three seasons until 1985, Dungeons and Dragons was a Saturday morning hit for CBS and followed six friends who were teleported to a fantasy realm after riding a D&D themed roller coaster and must help the Dungeonmaster battle the evil Venger, who is looking to conquer the realm.
Debuting in 1983, Saturday Supercade turned some of the biggest arcade hits at the time like Frogger and Donkey Kong into animated segments where Frogger was a reporter, Donkey Kong was constantly on the run from Mario, Q-Bert was a 50s teen comedy and more.
The result of a government experiment to make an alien-human hybrid, Natasha Henstridge starred as Sil, who escapes from her government containment and seeks to procreate to spread her alien species across the planet in 1995’s Species.
With Terminator: Dark Fate out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray, it seems like the perfect time to rewatch the original 1984 classic, which is free to watch currently on Youtube, and right here with the latest Everything Action Theater.
The Phantom, Flash Gordon, Mandrake the Magician and Lothar teamed up to stop the evil Ming the Merciless in the 1986 animated series Defenders of the Earth.
Debuting in 1987 and airing until 2000 on CBS, everyone’s favorite lasagna chomping fat cat learned the true meaning of Christmas on a visit to the Arbuckle family farm in A Garfield Christmas.
After their debut in Return of the Jedi, the teddy bear warriors known as the Ewoks got not only two live-action TV movies but also an animated series that aired alongside Star Wars: Droids on Saturday Mornings on ABC starting in 1985.