Ivan Reitman’s Evolution debuted in theaters in June of 2001 and, clearly expecting it to be a much bigger hit than it was, an animated series arrived in the fall of that year on Fox Kids, Alienators: Evolution Continues, which kept some of the characters and general premise but changed things into a sort of Extreme Ghostbusters style show where a special team was created to battle the threat of alien mutations that arrive on Earth on a meteor.
Check out the Charles Bronson classic Mr. Majestyk in the latest Everything Action Theater, where Bronson just wants to grow watermelons on his farm in peace but he gets on the wrong side of a mafia hitman and his goons.
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.
The official Ghostbusters YouTube channel is adding episodes of The Real Ghostbusters (and Extreme Ghostbusters) every week and you can watch the first episode of The Real Ghostbusters, “Ghosts R Us”, in the latest Everything Action Theater.
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.
Garfield and Charlie Brown are some of the most beloved animated Christmas specials but most popular franchises got in on the action at some point, including The Smurfs in 1982 with The Smurfs Christmas Special, which you can watch in the latest Everything Action Theater.
If you’ve burned through all 12 episodes of the Netflix revival of Unsolved Mysteries since the second batch of episodes dropped earlier this week, why not head back to where it all began with Episode 1 of Season 1 of the OG Robert Stack version in the latest Everything Action Theater.