The director of The Raid, The Raid 2 and Apostle is back for a new action/crime series coming to Sky in the UK and Cinemax in the US, Gangs of London, where the son of a murdered crime boss goes on a vengeance fueled rampage to find those responsible.
Martin Scorsese returns to his mafia roots for the highly anticipated Netflix movie The Irishman, which stars Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci.
A trio of women decide to go against the Irish mob in the late 70s and take over, and expand, on the rackets their husbands ran before being arrested in The Kitchen, which is based on a Vertigo comic of the same name.
John Travolta returns to true crime by starring as the infamous John Gotti in a biopic that follows the rise and fall of the “Teflon Don”.
A forensic accountant for the most dangerous criminals on Earth, autistic math savant Christian Wolff use his lifetime of military training to keep himself safe and take out anyone who breaks his moral code.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, the Everything Action crew is watching the Bruce Lee classic Way of the Dragon this month, which features his legendary battle against the one and only Chuck Norris.
Seagal is essentially a doughier Punisher in Code of Honor, where’s he a former special ops colonel who takes the law into his own hands when his family is gunned down during a drive by shooting.
The mafia attempts to take over all the martial arts dojos in the country and teenager Jason Stillwell must train with the ghost of Bruce Lee to protect his father’s dojo from the mafia’s Russian enforcer, Ivan, played by none other than Jean Claude Van Damme.
When a gun used in a shootout where cops got killed goes missing, low level mob member Joey Gazelle has to track it down before the cops do in 2006’s Running Scared.
When his daughter is kidnapped, Paul Maguire unleashes his repressed criminal past on anyone and anything in an attempt to get her back.