The sequel to a Russian movie from 2014 called Forbidden Kingdom, The Iron Mask aka Journey to China: The Mystery of Iron Mask features Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger finally facing off while Jason Flemyng plays a cartographer who travels to The Great Wall and helps fight off an evil sorceress and her dragon.
Detective Deke DaSilva and his partner Matthew Fox get recruited to a special anti-terrorism squad when a notorious and dangerous terrorist arrives in NYC planning his next attack.
A homicide detective in London in the far off future of 2008, Harley Stone tracks a serial killer that killed his partner and almost killed him a decade ago who has now returned and is racking up another massive body count.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the trailer for The Irishman, the long in development Dungeons & Dragons movie, the first couple episodes of The Boys, the Rutger Hauer movie Split Second (and Surviving the Game), Bumblebee and more.
Living on the streets of Seattle, Jack Mason is recruited for what he thinks is a job as a hunting guide for some wealthy big-game hunters but he’s horrified to discover that he’s their target and he’s forced to fight to survive the hunt.
In honor of the late Rutger Hauer, Zach and Chris went back to 1992 for the latest Everything Action Commentary, Split Second.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about some of the biggest news out of Comic-Con, including The Witcher, Marvel Phase 4, Watchmen and more, pay tribute to Rutger Hauer, Batman: The Animated Series, Speed Racer and more.
Before we head out to the Play NYC convention, the latest Gamebox 2.0 is here with another batch of games we got to check out recently as well as some demos/previews and a couple titles knocked off our backlog.
Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly are wild west hitmen brothers in this fall’s The Sisters Brothers, who are after a prospector (Riz Ahmed) who has stolen something valuable from their employer.
The third season of SyFy’s Channel Zero wrapped up this week and Butcher’s Block was an insane, gory and disturbing return to form after the disappointing second season with Rutger Hauer starring as the patriarch of a supernatural family of cannibals.