Blackjack became a part of IMDB’s new streaming service Freedive so it’s free but there are ads, which messes up our plans to watch it for this month’s commentary so we’re pulling an audible and watching another Dolph classic instead, 1990’s I Come In Peace aka Dark Angel.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the Boz classic Stone Cold, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Red Dead Redemption 2, Lionsgate making it’s own NYC attraction, tons of Fall TV premieres, David S. Pumpkins and more.
The credits song for The Boz’s debut action movie, Stone Cold, “Dangerous” featured the original 1970’s Doobie Brothers lineup, who had reunited in 1987 for a charity tour and a successful new album, Cycles (Although “Dangerous” is off the less successful Brotherhood album).
Among the many things that happen in September, one of the big ones is the start of football season and, inspired by that, we’re watching the debut movie of arguably the greatest football player turned action star, Brian Bosworth, with 1991’s Stone Cold.
Although they save a supermarket full of hostages, the property damage and injuries incurred forces SWAT Captain Frank Tate and his team to go to mandatory training in a remote location, where they are trapped without weapons when two rival gangs arrive to collect a package hidden on site.
This week on the last regular podcast of 2013, Brian returns to join Zach, Chris and Joe to talk about the latest trailers including Edge of Tomorrow and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, major casting news, the history of Venom, the greatness of Home Alone 1 & 2, Hobbits, amazingly bad Disney specials and much more.