Although star Ice Cube had a number of songs on the soundtrack for 1995’s Friday, the only single released for the soundtrack album was Dr Dre’s “Keep Their Heads Ringin”, which got a music video directed by Friday director F. Gary Gray.
An American businessman, Paul Racine, is visiting Nagoya, Japan and meets a woman in a hotel bar. Returning to her room, 3 ninjas kill her and wound him, but he sees the ninja boss’s face. Now, he’s the prime target of a dangerous ninja cult and gets help from a group of samurai who have battled the cult for generations.
Firmly setting Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers in 1995, the movie’s soundtrack was full of tracks from the rock band Brother Cane, including their hit single “And Fools Shine On” from their album Seeds, which released the summer before the movie arrived in the fall.
To celebrate Chris’s birthday recently, the Everything Action crew celebrated a virtual birthday with some Virtual Combat, the ridiculous 1995 action movie starring Don “The Dragon” Wilson with a whole crew of special guests joining Zach and Chris.
The result of a government experiment to make an alien-human hybrid, Natasha Henstridge starred as Sil, who escapes from her government containment and seeks to procreate to spread her alien species across the planet in 1995’s Species.
A drifter in the apocalyptic and aquatic world of Waterworld, The Mariner reluctantly gets drawn into a battle to a protect a young girl from the vicious Deacon and his Smokers, who are looking to exploit the map to dry land that is tattooed on her back.