In honor of our Movie of the Month, Cyborg, and JCVD’s recent string of great villain roles, here’s our picks for 10 of the villainous turns by action heroes.
Sharlto Copley stars in the first original PSN series, Powers, based on the comic by Brian Michael Bendis, where Copley is a former superhero who lost his powers and must now handle crimes involving super powered people as a regular cop.
Bruce Payne has appeared in a number of TV shows and movies over the years, usually as a sociopath villain like in Passenger 57, One Man’s Justice or Dungeons & Dragons.
Both teams of Ghostbusters team up to stop The Collectors, Deadpool teams up with Spider-Man and the pulpy adventures of Fabian Gray continue, plus a bunch more in this week’s Pull List.
Gru, his girls and the Minions are back for another gadget filled adventure to save the world from a new super villain in Despicable Me 2.
Andrew Divoff has appeared in tons of movies and TV shows, almost always playing a super intimidating, Russian villain.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss Lethal Weapon 3, the insanity of Al Pacino in Jack & Jill, MTV’s failed Spider-Man cartoon, John Carter, Nicolas Cage’s stolen Superman comic, a bunch of New Releases 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
Bad guys usually don’t get as intimidating or country fried then the ones played by M.C. Gainey.
This week Zach and Joe experience ambivalence toward The Event, speculate wildly about the third Christopher Nolan Batman movie, get excited for the future of Marvel TV shows and school you about Slasher Films.