You can check out the classic thriller The Silence of the Lambs in the latest Everything Action Theater as FBI rookie Clarice Starling tries to gain insights that could help catch brutal serial killer Buffalo Bill by interviewing incarcerated serial killer and cannibal, Dr. Hannibal Lecter.
Jean Claude Van Damme is a fashion designer and counterfeiter who becomes involved in a CIA investigation into Russian terrorists hiding “nanobombs” in fake goods coming out of Hong Kong in Tsui Hark’s 1998 action movie, Knock Off, which you can watch here thanks to YouTube.
35 years before Denzel Washington faced off with John Travolta in the 2009 remake, the original 1974 classic The Taking of Pelham One Two Three featured Walter Matheau trying to outmaneuver Robert Shaw as a hostage situation on the subway grips New York City.
Released the same year as Jurassic Park, the legendary Roger Corman produced Carnosaur, also based on a novel about genetically engineered dinosaurs, which had a much smaller budget but a significantly weirder plot as dinosaur test subjects escape a lab and go on a rampage in the surrounding desert and nearby town.
Kurt Russell and James Spader co-star in 1994’s Stargate, directed by Roland Emmerich, as they lead a team through a mysterious portal and end up on a world with similarities to Ancient Egypt being ruled over by brutal overlords with advanced technology and armor modeled on Egyptian mythology.
Ralph Fiennes directed and starred in the 2011 Shakespeare adaptation Coriolanus, where the acclaimed actor brought the tragedy of Roman general Caius Martius to a modern warfare setting while keeping the dialogue of Shakespeare’s original work intact.
You can check out the1960 western classic The Magnificent Seven in the latest Everything Action Theater as Yul Brynner, Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Steve McQueen, Brad Dexter, Robert Vaughn, and Horst Bucholz come together as a team of gunslingers who take a job to defend a village from vicious bandits.
One of our best current Masters of Horror, Mike Flanagan’s first major studio film was 2013’s awesome mindfuck Oculus, where Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites play siblings trying to prove that an antique mirror houses evil supernatural powers.