For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach and Chris join The Boz into the dangerous world of evil 90’s biker gangs with 1991’s Stone Cold.
The credits song for The Boz’s debut action movie, Stone Cold, “Dangerous” featured the original 1970’s Doobie Brothers lineup, who had reunited in 1987 for a charity tour and a successful new album, Cycles (Although “Dangerous” is off the less successful Brotherhood album).
Among the many things that happen in September, one of the big ones is the start of football season and, inspired by that, we’re watching the debut movie of arguably the greatest football player turned action star, Brian Bosworth, with 1991’s Stone Cold.
Hired by Charles Bishop Weyland to lead an expedition into a mysterious pyramid discovered off the coast of Anarctica, Alexa Woods and the group find themselves caught between the deadly Aliens and the Predators hunting them.
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.
One of the pillars of Everything Action, The Terminator, turns 30 today and to celebrate we have a bunch of trivia and behind the scenes tidbits from the movie.
One of the best undercover cops when it comes to infiltrating biker gangs, Joe Huff gets his biggest challenge when he has to take down The Brotherhood gang and their sadistic leader, Chains.
With the second Pirates movie coming out, The Asylum tried their usual confusion tactics by releasing Pirates of Treasure Island, with Lance Henriksen taking on the iconic role of Long John Silver. It’s about as awful as you think it is.
The Asylum tries their hand at action/adventure as they present The Da Vinci Treasure, which is a slower, lamer, less action packed version of The Da Vinci Code or, possibly more accurately, National Treasure.
Ed Harris and David Duchovny get into a battle of wills aboard a Soviet nuclear submarine testing secret technology in the upcoming thriller, Phantom.