Setting the tone for incredible action and masterful visual storytelling right off the bat, the first episode of Samurai Jack features the return of the evil demon wizard Aku, Jack’s lifelong training around the world and what was supposed to be the first and final battle between the two foes.
Perhaps the most bizarre moment in the Ernest film canon isn’t some wacky slapstick bit but a serious and sad montage where Ernest sings the melancholy song “Gee I’m Glad It’s Raining” as all hope of saving the camp seems lost.
80’s teen Jason Sitwell must defend his new hometown of Seattle from an evil crime syndicate determined to take over all the karate dojos on the west coast and eventually must face off against Russian karate monster, JCVD.
The only way to experience Tony Montana’s rise to power is with a montage set to the super up beat and synthy “Push it to the Limit” by Paul Engemann.
In order to get into the proper mindset and gear up for the climactic battle, Martin Kove’s John Steele has a montage set to Hot Pursuit’s “Fire with Fire” from the lost 80’s action classic, Steele Justice.
Although it sounds straight from the 80’s, Paul Stanley’s “Live to Win” actually came out in 2006 and is probably best known from South Park’s “Make Love, Not Warcraft” episode.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is a game that seems to be made just for us at Everything Action, full of references to 80’s action and sci fi movies, a ridiculous plot and Michael Biehn. If you haven’t checked it out yet or on the fence about getting it, here are five reasons you should get it immediately.
Taking a break from singing about Transformers, Stan Bush gave JCVD the will to win the Kumite in the 80’s classic, Bloodsport.
Our commentary for this 80’s ninja classic will be going up tomorrow but you can get ready by checking out the theme song for Pray for Death, “Back to the Shadows” by Peggy Abernathy.
“America, F**k Yeah!”