Sent to train the Japanese army to take them down, US Army Captain Nathan Algren instead joins Japan’s samurai and stands with them in a last battle for their way of life.
Disney Animation tackles their first Marvel property with Big Hero 6, where young, genius inventor Hiro Hamada and his robot Baymax must join with other heroes to defend the city of San Fransokyo.
One of our most anticipated movies of the year is finally here and the King of the Monsters has truly returned.
The Asylum got out of the gate before Cloverfield in 2008 with their own found footage movie, Monster.
The latest in a long tradition of Americans being trained as ninjas, Casey Bowman was orphaned and raised in the Koga dojo in the arts of Ninjitsu and must use his skills against an evil former classmate, a secret cult and a Burmese drug lord.
Forget terrible Jimmy Page/P. Diddy team ups and Green Day remixes, the only true song about the King of the Monsters is Blue Oyster Cult’s “Godzilla”
After the disaster that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Logan is back in an adaptation of one of his most acclaimed stories as he heads to Japan at the request of an old acquaintance and becomes caught between ninjas, Yakuza thugs, mutant assassins, all while at half his normal healing. Is this the Wolverine movie we’ve all been waiting for?
Logan heads to Japan, lured by the promise of being mortal, but instead finds the villainous Silver Samurai and his army of ninjas wanting to use his powers for evil.
Part of the Criterion Collection, the original 1956 Godzilla is available to watch, in full, right here on Everything Action, thanks to Hulu.
Check out one Japan’s lesser known monsters, the giant turtle Gamera, as he wrecks havoc on the island nation.