The end credits song for 1979’s The Warriors, Joe Walsh’s “In the City” appeared on the soundtrack for the movie and was also re-recorded by the Eagles, of which Walsh was one of the guitarists.
Featuring the hit song “I Can Dream About You” by Dan Hartman, the soundtrack for Walter Hill’s Streets of Fire also includes the music of the fictional bands of the movie like The Sorels and Ellen Aim and The Attackers.
Returning home on behalf of his sister, mercenary Tom Cody heads to the wrong side of town to rescue his ex-girlfriend Ellen Aim from the ruthless Bombers biker gang and their leader, Raven.
Don Bluth is trying to kickstart a Dragon’s Lair movie, TV pick ups are starting to come in, John Wick 2 starts casting and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
When a vicious drug dealer slips out of Russia, police captain Ivan Danko must come to Chicago on his trail and teams up with foul mouthed detective, Art Ridzik.
In order to catch a dangerous pair of cop killers, detective Jack Cates is forced to work with the fast talking convict, Reggie Hammond, to hunt the killers down in the back streets of San Fransisco.
Stallone is back after leading the Expendables last summer for a team up with Fast & Furious’ Sung Kang in New Orleans and directed by action legend Walter Hill. Is it a classic pairing or should Stallone stick to working alone?
February kicks off with the first movie from Stallone this year along with a zombie romantic comedy and the team up of Pacino, Walken and Arkin.
Stallone leaves the other Expendables behind for Bullet to the Head where he teams up with Sung Kang, of the Fast & Furious movies, to find the man (Jason Momoa) who murdered his hitman partner.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe celebrate Christmas by dissecting the many hilarious cliches of Battle: LA, go in depth into The Dark Knight Rises and Hobbit trailers, defend the wonderfully convoluted mayhem of the Saw series, lament the rejected Green Goblin from Spider-Man and much more.