With his sort of resemblance to Sly Stallone, musician(?) Wayne Scott apparently made a song/music video about Rambo sometime in the mid-80’s, but that’s about all the info that exists for this oddity.
The week after Comic Con there’s a ton of CW DCverse casting, the first look at X-Men: Apocalypse, the possible next target for Rambo and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
After surviving ten years as a POW, Col. James Braddock takes the fight back to Vietnam to free other POWs in the Missing in Action series.
“I want, what they want, and every other guy who came over here and spilled his guts and gave everything he had, wants! For our country to love us as much as we love it! That’s what I want!”
Zach heads out to check out a local con in Upstate NY, Albany Comic Con.
Imagine a game that lets you play as Rambo, John Matrix, John McClane and basically every other action hero you can think of with fully destructible levels and old school action and you have the insanely awesome Broforce.
Ben Affleck is Batman!!!…and some other things happened this week as well.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about what Rambo TV show could be like, future seasons of True Justice, old school Marvel comic team ups, bizarre JJ Abrams teaser videos, Beetlejuice going Hawaiian, Tron vs The Asylum, folklore Avengers and much more.
The late Jerry Goldsmith is easily one of the greatest film composers of all time and has scored some of our favorite movies, like Rambo, Gremlins, Air Force One, Poltergeist, LA Confidential, Alien and much more.
The key ingredient of any good action movie is an awesome death for the main villain. Getting comeuppance for all the shit they’ve put our hero through over the course of the movie is usually the highlight of the movie and we’re giving our picks for the ten most elaborate, gruesome and unusual deaths of villains in action movie history