Celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this month, the Everything Action crew is watching the insanely meta Arnold Schwarzenegger classic Last Action Hero for this month’s movie commentary.
Simultaneously America’s greatest and worst special agent, the legendary MacGruber returns from his faked death to stop international terrorist Dieter Von Cunth from detonating a stolen nuclear warhead.
One of the Foo Fighters’ signature songs, Everlong featured a music video by director Michel Gondry that paid homage/parodied the Evil Dead movies as Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins both have Sam Raimiesque nightmares.
Prolific Pacific Northwest DJ Bob Rivers specialized in parody songs during his decades long career and he specifically put out five albums of Christmas parody songs, one of which featured the Black Sabbath spoofing “I Am Santa Claus”.
After over a year since we got a taste of the first episode, Jean Claude Van Johnson is finally arriving in December and Amazon has a new trailer showing more of JCVD’s secret life as an international black ops agent/action movie star.
Adam Scott plays a man who starts to realize his new stepson might be the Antichrist in the upcoming Netflix horror/comedy Little Evil, directed by Tucker and Dale vs Evil director Eli Craig.
Actor Jason Nesmith has to channel his alter ego of Captain Peter Taggart when he and his cast mates from the show Galaxy Quest are thrust into a real intergalactic conflict against the evil Sarris, who is threatening the peaceful Thermian race.
Adult Swim’s latest cartoon, Mike Tyson Mysteries, follows Mike and his team of mystery solvers as they take on wonderfully bizarre cases, like helping Cormac McCarthy finish his latest novel.
As if the 1987 remake of Dragnet was not crazy enough, it’s soundtrack features stars Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks performing a rap song called “City of Crime”.
Weird Al provides the theme song for the pop culture quoting Junkicons in Transformers: The Movie while also parodying all things Devo with “Dare to be Stupid”.