Tom Jane, James Marsden and Billy Bob Thornton are up against a deadly, rampaging grizzly bear nicknamed the Red Machine in the upcoming creature feature, Grizzly.
Stallone, Tom Jane, Tom Berenger and Danny Trejo are just some of the cast members of, not an action movie weirdly, but a Crashesque drama coming this October, Reach Me.
Tom Jane is a former race car driver turned driving instructor, who becomes the unwilling getaway driver for his latest client, who turns out to be a bank robber.
While the Punisher himself might be a slight step down from Tom Jane’s version, everything else in this movie is turned up to 11 as Frank Castle goes up against the horrifically scarred Jigsaw in Punisher: War Zone, which you can watch in full right here, thanks to Crackle.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe give you all the Comic Con news that is fit to print, including the Oz the Great and Powerful trailer, the new Deadpool game, Punisher: Dirty Laundry, Marvel announcements, giant monsters as well as how terrible The Thing prequel was, Blade, the final two chapters of the Alien Quadrilogy and Patrick Stewart as a ghost.
LL Cool J compares himself to a shark (his hat being the fin) in the only song worthy (and ridiculous) enough to be the theme song for Deep Blue Sea with “Deepest Bluest”.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about British comedies, debate the merits of Series 2 of Luther, UFC on FX, the Oscar nominations, Resident Evil, the epic team up of MC Hammer and Deion Sanders, the new seasons of Archer and Justified and much more.
This week we got news about the CW developing a Green Arrow series, Star Trek 2 starts shooting, the first look at the new Riddick and Expendables 2 goes PG-13.
This week the trio of Zach, Chris, Joe celebrate Halloween by talking about some of their horror classics, realize how much Christopher Lambert looks like Tom Jane, Goose and the nuclear holocaust, more Walking Dead, Paranormal Activity 3 (with Spoilers!) and much more.
There’s been three different movie versions of The Punisher but I think most of us would agree that the Tom Jane version was the best.