It’s kind of appropriate that “Fire in the Hole” off of Van Halen III was featured on the soundtrack for 1998’s Lethal Weapon 4 as they put their band and franchise respectively into hibernation for over a decade due to mixed critical reception and lower than expected sales.
A bunch of TV renewals, casting for IT Chapter 2 and Mulan and the new Terminator, Rick & Morty are entering the world of D&D, the Statham/Rock Fast & Furious movie officially has a director and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
With Black Panther out this month, it seemed like the perfect time to revisit the OG Black Marvel superhero, Blade, in the classic 1998 movie starring the one and only Wesley Snipes.
A mysterious American named Jane arrives in Asia to compete in the legendary Kumite fighting tournament and gets training from a martial arts master.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the final Bat filled Batman v Superman trailer, the horror of Kindergarten Cop 2, the glorious violence of Turbo Kid, a reboot of Lethal Weapon, Mark Millar comics, past and present Bond and much more.
This week on the first podcast of 2016, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about The Hateful Eight, the season finale of Ash vs Evil Dead, the crazy behind the scenes stories at Cannon Films, alternate history with The Man in the High Castle, terrible horror remakes and much more.
Co-starring with Jet Li for 2003’s Cradle 2 the Grave, DMX contributed arguably his biggest and most recognizable hit for the soundtrack, X Gon Give it to Ya.
Co-starring in Romeo Must Die with Jet Li, Aalyiah contributed the lead single off the movie’s soundtrack, “Try Again”, and Li appeared in the music video as the two dance in a hall of mirrors.
We’ve done the previous two Expendables movies and now we’re completing the trilogy with an Expendables 3 commentary.
FBI agent John Crawford is on the trail of the deadly assasin Rogue, who seems to be playing the Yakuza and Triad crime families against each other for his own means.