For the first commentary of 2019, Zach and Chris watched 1990’s Dolph Lundgren classic, I Come in Peace aka Dark Angel
Zach and Chris dive into the random world of YouTube action movies and pulled out 1984’s ridiculous Swedish action movie, The Ninja Mission, for the latest Everything Action commentary.
Falling hard after the climactic 1984 All-Valley Karate tournament, Johnny Lawrence decides 30 years later to reopen the Cobra Kai dojo and teach a new group of students the Cobra’s brutal form of karate, which draws the attention of Daniel LaRusso.
Ryu and Ken train in the art of Ansatsuken but must be careful not to let the power corrupt them in the upcoming Street Fighter web series from Machinima.
In a post apocalyptic world overrun by giant monsters and a deadly plague, a group of survivors are on a mission to find and rescue kids in the new Machinima web series, Enormous, based on the graphic novel.
Lost in the shuffle of early 90’s action stars, Zach, Chris and Joe check out the debut action movie of Kenpo black belt Jeff Speakman, 1991’s The Perfect Weapon, for the latest EA Commentary.
Brian “The Bos” Bosworth goes on a mission of revenge to kill the man who killed his family but a corrupt FBI agent and local drug kingpin make things a lot more complicated in One Man’s Justice, aka One Tough Bastard, the debut movie from Equilibrium director, Kurt Wimmer.
For the latest EA Commentary, Zach, Chris and Joe descend into madness with Nicolas Cage as they watch Vampire’s Kiss.
A bunch of pilots are set into various stages of development, some big deals in streaming video on youtube and Amazon and G4 is no more.
This week on the podcast, the guys discuss whether freezing or boiling in a small area is more thrilling, pay respects to Michael Clarke Duncan, horrible children’s movies, 90’s basketball, Troma movies and much more.