Things look crazy in the new upcoming Jackie Chan movie Bleeding Steel as it looks like Jackie is up against some sort of futuristic cyber-soldiers and some over the top villains as he tries to defend a young girl.
The Shaolin trained Z Team is here for their first, full length martial arts movie, Die Fighting, where the quartet is forced into a series of scenarios by a mysterious “Director”, who is filming everything.
An action packed episode of Burn Notice ends with Michael revealing himself to James and Sonya after the CIA betrays his trust and brings one of his most hated enemies in to help in the capture of James.
A deeper cut from the Dolph Lundgren action canon, Hidden Assassin has Lundgren as CIA agent Michael Dane, who is on the hunt for an international assassin.
The first Jason Statham movie of the year features some solid action but gets dragged down by a needlessly convoluted plot and a non-existent relationship between Statham and his young protectee.
The always welcome bad ass side of Denzel Washington is in full effect in Safe House, which, while it doesn’t do anything original, is still a solid action movie.
You’ve seen Gunkata and Bullet Time but Wanted and Wesley Gibson introduced the world to Bullet Curving as he trained to become the world’s greatest assassin.
Arguably the greatest male and female martial arts action stars, Jackie Chan and Michelle Yeoh, team up in the third Police Story movie to take down a ruthless drug lord and you can check out the whole movie right here.
Changing it up this week as we’re not featuring a specific movie or composer but rather the amazing music video for the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage”, which pays homage to pretty much every 70’s cop show.
Debuting today at the Toronto International Film Festival and hailing from Indonesia, The Raid is being called one of the best action movies of the last couple years by pretty much everyone who saw it.