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.
Hitting in the summer of 1997, Spawn hoped to turn Todd McFarlane’s comic book phenomenon into a blockbuster with Michael Jai White playing the titular superhero taking on the disgusting Violator, played by John Leguizamo, and his former boss Wynn, played by Martin Sheen.
With the recent passing of the great Adam West, Zach, Chris and Joe decided it was appropriate to watch 1966’s Batman The Movie for the latest Everything Action Commentary.
We’re watching 1994’s Blank Check for this month’s Everything Action commentary, a cheesy favorite of 90’s kids everywhere as 11 year old Preston Waters accidentally gets $1 million when he commits check fraud and walks away with a criminal’s fortune.
As the “family” is torn apart in The Fate of the Furious, we’re going back to when it first formed in 2001’s franchise starter, The Fast and the Furious.
The late Bill Paxton starred and directed the 2002 horror thriller Frailty, which finds his character enlisting his two sons to help him slay what he says are demons, leading the FBI, including an agent played by Powers Boothe, to believe a serial killer is on the loose.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali headed back to 1972 for the Bruce Lee kung fu classic, Way of the Dragon, which features his legendary battle with Chuck Norris.
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.
To celebrate the holidays, the Christmas crew of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and Joe watched the classic Ernest Saves Christmas.
Hey Vern, it’s the holiday season and we’re celebrating by watching the Christmas classic starring everyone’s favorite 80’s and 90’s pitchman, Ernest Saves Christmas.