Released in 1995 with the hopes of being the next Jurassic Park, the Michael Crichton adaptation Congo was not quite as well-received as that 1993 classic but it performed better than expected at the box office and has since developed a cult audience that enjoys the more campy aspects of the jungle adventure. You can check out the entire movie, thanks to YouTube, in the latest Everything Action Theater.
Paul WS Anderson put a steampunk spin on Alexandre Dumas’ classic story of The Three Musketeers back in 2011 with an all-star cast including Milla Jovovich, Matthew Macfadyen, Mads Mikkelsen, Logan Lerman, Orlando Bloom, Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans and Christoph Waltz.
Unfortunately coming out the same summer as the juggernaut that was Independence Day, Mars Attacks! got overshadowed and was considered a box office bomb upon its release but it’s gotten more positive reception and a cult following in the years since 1996. Check out the entire movie in the latest Everything Action Theater.
A commercial flop when it was released in 1986, Big Trouble in Little China has become a beloved cult classic and one of the best collaborations between John Carpenter and Kurt Russell.
Check out 1992’s Stay Tuned for the latest (and last for 2020) Everything Action Theater as John Ritter and Pam Dawber attempt to survive a hellish gauntlet of TV and movie parodies for the amusement of Satan himself, programmed by evil Hellivision executive, Spike.
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.
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.