On this month’s episode, AllOuttaBubbleGum’s Brenton Haysom is back to help discuss the second film in the Lundgren-Phoenician Entertainment package deal, Jill the Ripper! Discuss below!
1963 gets more violent as Japan returns to utterly dominate the Action scene. Discuss below.
Kain returns to the fantastic Sean Malloy’s I Must Break This Podcast, this time to discuss the often overlooked DTV actioner Storm Catcher!
Universal Soldier (1992) Kain delves deep into Roland Emmerich’s unsung masterpiece of action cinema.
So, you’ve noticed some changes. Well, there was an issue with Hostmonster and we’ve moved to a new hosting service. Things are moving over, though you’ll no doubt find a great many pages either missing or glitching. I am going to be working all this out over the next week or so until things are … Read moreEverything’s Changed
Hey guys! I was a guest today on Sean Malloy’s Dolph Lundgren-centric podcast, “I Must Break” This Podcast! Check it out: We briefly talk about my Red Scorpion collection. Here’s a photo, for reference: Discuss
1962 The year of Epics or the year of 007? Let’s explore. Discuss
Angel (1987) a.k.a. Fighting Madam Kain explores one of the great, unheralded action classics. An underseen action great, directed by and starring women. What’s not to love? Discuss
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Iron Angels (1987) a.k.a. Fighting Madam THANKS FOR WATCHING Angel is one of the greatest of Hong Kong’s 80s action output. Unfortunately, this underseen action masterpiece has been all but forgotten, crushed under the weight of the output of John Woo, Jackie Chan, and Ringo Lam. But I think you’ll fight the film to … Read moreFRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE NIGHT: ANGEL (1987)