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  • GameSpot Aliens: Fireteam feature explores Engineer Temples and highlights new gameplay modes!
    17 June 2021
    GameSpot just uploaded a new Play For All live stream event feature to their YouTube channel exploring the gameplay and...
  • BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, P1 | “Key Moments”
    17 June 2021

    Via the fine folks at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, below you’ll find four new promo pics from BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, PART ONE depicting some “key moments” from the upcoming animated film.

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    As romances go, few are quite as intense, complicated or otherwise enthralling as the mesmerizing chemistry between Batman/Bruce Wayne and Catwoman/Selina Kyle.
    Scenes in Arkham Asylum offer another glimpse into the stylized art direction of Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One. That’s where you’ll find the notorious Calendar Man toying with his visitors Batman and Police Captain James Gordon – seen here in the reflection of the glass front of Calendar Man’s cell.
    Harvey Dent gives a foreshadowing of his villainous, conflicted future when allowing a coin flip to decide his next move in a key scene from Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One.
    Batman: The Long Halloween covers an entire year of serial killings in Gotham City, starting with the first murder by the Holiday Killer: mobster Johnny Vitti, assassinated in his own bathtub, and an ominous jack-o’-lantern left at the scene.



    Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, the all-new feature-length BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, PART ONE arrives on Digital & Blu-ray on June 22, 2021.  CLICK HERE for all of BOF’s BTLH coverage.  CLICK HERE or on the Blu-ray art below to order. – Bill “Jett” Ramey


    The post BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, P1 | “Key Moments” appeared first on BATMAN ON FILM.

    17 June 2021

    The latest episode of STRAIGHT OUTTA GOTHAM is here! “The Champion of Long Island” Eric Holzmann and “Pasta” Peter Verra get together to talk about all the fanboy news you need on your podcast feed!

    • New York Comic Con Is Back!
    • Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom
    • Andy Muschietti Drops Another Logo
    • M.I.A. Movies
    • Stargirl Season 2 Trailer
    • Casting Calls
    • Blue Beetle On HBOMax
    • New He-Man Show
    • Winner Winner Contest Winner!

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  • Robot Jox vs. Crash and Burn vs. Robot Wars
    17 June 2021

    If you’re a fan of old school action fodder like me then you’ll already know that Tubi is arguably the best streaming service on the market right now as it has all kinds of forgotten gems.

    I hadn’t seen Robot Jox, Robot Wars and Crash and Burn for many years so I decided to treat myself to a triple bill last Saturday. Normally we do 2 movies against each other, but I feel like this is sort of a trilogy with Charles Band’s involvement so let’s take a look and see which is the best…

    Robot Jox (1989)

    Plot: In the distant future, mankind has forsaken global wars for battles of single combat. The world has been divided into two opposing superpowers, with each side represented by trained champions.

    Boy, does this bring back some happy memories as when I was growing up I adored this movie; watching huge mech robots tearing strips off each other never loses its appeal and as an adult in my 40’s I still love every second of it. Some of the effects are a little dated but I have a soft spot for stop motion and for the most part the visuals still hold up.

    Directed by Re-Animator maestro Stuart Gordon (with Jeffrey Combs also appearing for a cameo) despite being a little corny this is still a damn good time.

    Gary Graham is our lead Achilles who is one of the hotshot Robot Jox and makes for an appealing protagonist. He is getting older and has reached the end of his contract having survived 10 battles with his nemesis Alexander (a wonderfully over the top Paul Koslo). The only problem is Alexander is a bit of a cheating bastard and Achilles jumped in front of him to try to save the lives of spectators. It did not go well and Achilles robot fell and crushed several hundred innocent people… oops.

    Due to this tragedy Achilles vows never to fight again so some young upstart called Athena (noticing a pattern with these names?) wants to take his place. Will Achilles come back for one final battle? Probably!

    Robot Jox is an hour and 24 minutes of pure joy; the kid in me can’t get enough of it and the robots still look awesome. Sure, you could remake it and it would arguably have better visuals but the stop motion gives it a charm as does the sweeping heroic orchestral score and regular action scenes. There are fistfights every few minutes which are all coherent and during the final epic showdown Alexander’s four-legged robot(!!) takes out a giant chainsaw!!!  If that doesn’t float your boat then I don’t know what your deal is, man.

    Anyway, Robot Jox is awesome and to this day holds up is a cracking mech robot fight movie that has a special place in my heart.

    Crash & Burn (1990)

    Plot: Unicom is a powerful organization overseeing most of the world after its economic collapse. They have banned computers and robots in an attempt to insure “life, liberty, and the pursuit of economic stability”. When a Unicom Synth robot infiltrates a southwest TV station and kills the manager, a revolutionary against the gestapo-like corporation, a lowly Unicom delivery man must help the rest of the station survive through the incoming “thermal storm”.

    I always thought this one was a little falsely advertised as the poster shows another huge mech robot but it only gets literally 5 minutes of screentime towards the end. The rest of the movie is a mixture of The Terminator and The Thing which is absolutely fine.

    There are a few more recognisable faces this time with Eva LaRue (who we all fell in love with on CSI: Miami), Ralph Waite, Megan Ward, Jack McGee and Bill Mosley all making an appearance.

    There isn’t much action until the final 20 minutes and there are zero scenes featuring robots fighting which is a letdown. It’s still not boring though as it has this post-apocalyptic atmosphere throughout that keeps a feeling of impending doom.

    This group of survivors have to contend with a potential robot spy who has infiltrated their group so everyone is trying to guess who it is and there’s even a scene where they do a blood test similar to The Thing. It’s pretty obvious who it is from the get-go… who is the actor who we see playing psychos a lot? Hmm…

    What surprised about these movies is that the acting is genuinely decent where you’d expect it to be laughable but it all still holds up. The twist at the end is also a lot of fun making this an entertaining post-apocalyptic action flick that isn’t really anything like Robot Jox.

    Robot Wars (1993)

    Plot: Only an obsolete MEGA-1 robot can stop a terrorist and his hijacked robot goliath, the MRAS-2.

    Robot Wars feels like a proper sequel to Robot Jox as we get to see giant robots fighting each other again; this time one of them is a scorpion and is one of my all time favourite giant robots. Why don’t we have these as modes of transport now? If I have  to go back to my office job I should at least be allowed to travel in a giant fucking scorpion with lasers.

    Don Michael Paul plays our lead Drake; his name is familiar because you know him from Rolling Vengeance and he would later turn to directing having helmed a few of the Sniper films as well as Jarhead: Law of Return, Death Race: Beyond Anarchy and Scorpion King: Book of Souls.

    His character Drake is kind of an arrogant douche but he is appealing and has some nice chemistry with legendary scream queen Barbara Crampton who plays the feisty Leda Fanning; she thinks there is more going on behind the scenes other than just transporting passengers back and fourth… and she’s right. Leda is the real brains of the movie and easily the best character; she’s a total ass kicker and is the perfect foil for Drake.

    I love how his first name is Marion which is a nice nod to John Wayne who is mentioned regularly throughout. This also has a hilarious Easter egg where they are in an old town which has a theatre advertising Puppet Master 54 (Charles Band produced the Puppet Master films).

    For some reason Danny Kamekona returns for this movie even though his character died in Robot Jox but this time he is playing a different character; spoiler alert! He is the villain which is an obvious twist we can see coming from a mile off but he’s a fun antagonist.

    The finale has two mega robots facing off against each other and is pretty satisfying stuff; this has a bit of a lighter tone than the other two movies with some nice humorous touches.

    Apparently another sequel was planned called ‘Battle Jox’, which would’ve focused on giant dinosaur robots, but it was ultimately cancelled. So you’re saying we could have had giant dinosaur robots and it didn’t happen? Bring me the head of the person behind this outrage!

    Overall, Robot Wars may not be a great movie but I do have a lot of fun with it and how can you not enjoy a movie with a huge robot scorpion?



    I find there is something to enjoy in all three of these cheese-tastic films but I’ve gotta go with Robot Jox just for sheer nostalgia and I think it has the best action scenes.



    The post Robot Jox vs. Crash and Burn vs. Robot Wars appeared first on The Action Elite.

  • John Cena discusses The Suicide Squad and Peacemaker
    17 June 2021

    John Cena is clearly pumped to be playing Peacemaker in The Suicide Squad and the spinoff series for HBO Max, and he’s not afraid to share that enthusiasm. One of the biggest questions since The Suicide Squad was announced was whether or not it is a sequel or a reboot. Despite executives saying it’s something […]

    The post John Cena discusses The Suicide Squad and Peacemaker appeared first on Batman News.

  • TAE LIVE: The War Room: Discussing Hard Target & Hard Target 2
    17 June 2021

    Eoin, J-Man and Sean chat about Hard Target and Hard Target 2 as well as going off on random tangents which let’s face it is always fun anyway. Enjoy!

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  • Titans season 3 trailer shows off the introduction of Red Hood
    17 June 2021

    The first Titans season 3 trailer has arrived, and it appears that Red Hood won’t have a super-easy entry into this world. Developing… We’ve known for ages that Jason Todd will become Red Hood this season, but what we didn’t know is that it sounds as though the Joker will be involved. This teaser trailer […]

    The post Titans season 3 trailer shows off the introduction of Red Hood appeared first on Batman News.

  • Snake Eyes Panel to Open This Year’s Comic-Con@Home
    17 June 2021
    Snake Eyes Panel to Open This Year’s Comic-Con@Home

    This year’s Comic-Con@Home will be opened with a Snake Eyes panel. Mari Takahashi will host the event featuring new content from the film, behind-the-scenes footage, and exclusive interviews with the cast, including Henry Golding, Andrew Koji, Úrsula Corberó, Samara Weaving, Haruka Abe, Takehiro Hira, Peter Mensah, and Iko Uwais. Larry Hama, writer of the G.I. Joe comics, will also attend. Comic-Con has yet to announce the specific date and time for the panel, though the con is set to begin July 23.

    In addition to that, the movie will be screened for Fans First across the country in 10 cities: Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Miami, San Diego, Houston, Phoenix, and Vancouver. The Fans First screening will take place on Wednesday, July 21.

    The producers have also dropped six videos to show the transformation of the characters from the original G.I. Joe comics to their live-action adaptation. Check out the first here below, and then watch the remaining ones at the end of the post. A new trailer will debut on June 21.

    RELATED: Henry Golding Breaks Down the Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Trailer

    According to the official synopsis, “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins stars Henry Golding as Snake Eyes, a tenacious loner who is welcomed into an ancient Japanese clan called the Arashikage after saving the life of their heir apparent. Upon arrival in Japan, the Arashikage teach Snake Eyes the ways of the ninja warrior while also providing something he’s been longing for: a home. But, when secrets from his past are revealed, Snake Eyes’ honor and allegiance will be tested – even if that means losing the trust of those closest to him. Based on the iconic G.I. Joe character, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins also stars Andrew Koji as Storm Shadow, Úrsula Corberó as Baroness, Samara Weaving as Scarlett, Haruka Abe as Akiko, Tahehiro Hira as Kenta and Iko Uwais as Hard Master.”

    Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins will hit theaters on July 23.

    What do you think about the Snake Eyes videos? Let us know in the comments section below.

    Recommended Reading: G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes/Storm Shadow

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    The post Snake Eyes Panel to Open This Year’s Comic-Con@Home appeared first on SuperHeroHype.

  • The Tomorrow War Director Still Hopes to Make His Nightwing Movie
    17 June 2021
    The Tomorrow War Director Still Hopes to Make His Nightwing Movie

    It has been a while since fans heard about the Nightwing live-action movie. Back in 2018, Warner Bros. announced that The Lego Batman Movie director Chris McKay would helm a film based on Dick Grayson with Bill Dubuque penning the script. Years have passed since that announcement, but the news didn’t follow. In the meantime, McKay worked on the upcoming The Tomorrow War movie, which he hopes may get the ball rolling at Warner Bros. after its release.

    “What I hope is that Warner Brothers and DC watch The Tomorrow War and get really excited again about the Nightwing movie that we’ve been talking about,” McKay said while talking with Den of Geek. “I hope that we get a chance to go out and make that Dick Grayson and Nightwing film. That particular part of Robin, growing from being under Batman to becoming Nightwing, and Bludhaven and all that stuff… It’s a really personal story to me.”

    RELATED: Nightwing’s Batman: Arkham City Escrima Stick Gets a Prop Replica

    The director didn’t reveal too much about his plans, including the name of the villain who would lock horns with the titular hero. However, he said that it would be an action-packed, solid take on the character.

    “I hesitate to even bring up comparisons [to other action movies] because it might even give too much away,” he added. “To me, it’s an action, thrill ride movie that’s got an emotional story at its heart. It’s a little bit about growing up under the shadow of somebody and coming into your own. I’m super-excited about that and I hope that we are in a place after Tomorrow War comes out that Warner Bros. wants to make that Nightwing movie.”

    Would you like to see a Nightwing movie? Let us know in the comments section below.

    Recommended Reading: Nightwing: Year One Deluxe Edition

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  • Batwoman 2×16 Review – A Betting Man
    17 June 2021

    When you start asking “how would this character behave” instead of “what cliffhanger would get people amped up,” suddenly a show can start becoming interesting and engaging. I’m not ready to say that Batwoman is doing that intentionally, but the last few weeks have the show moving toward a more interesting path. Spoilers follow for Batwoman Season […]

    The post Batwoman 2×16 Review – A Betting Man appeared first on Batman News.

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  • RAPID FIRE - Loki Ep 2
    17 June 2021

    Today we are once again burdened with glorious purpose!  The second episode of the Marvel Disney+ series Loki dropped and we have thoughts, enjoy!

    Send us movies you would like to see us cover on Twitter or Instagram or our website (below).  Or, just say hi!




  • 182 - We Heard You Were Fucking With Our Homie Who Likes Birds
    16 June 2021

    Unless you’ve been living under a fucking rock, you know that we’ve been talking about Adventure movies all month long, and this week we’ve got a doozy for you. It’s 1982’s THE BEASTMASTER, a sort of CONAN THE BARBARIAN light that just might top what the Conan movies have to offer anyway. What? It’s full of cute critters and Rip Torn is playing an evil wizard with meth teeth. It rules.

  • No Subject Part 2: Even Less Of A Subject
    16 June 2021

    Due to the overwhelming response and critical praise for our first No Subject episode, we decided - along with Matt, the Direct To Video Connoisseur - to do a sequel! That's right, the whole notion of having a single subject for a podcast is completely trampled on, and the three of us had a blast doing it. While Hollywood still needs to take note of the many great ideas we pitch, we believe all listeners will be delighted by our lack of single-mindedness. And we still included the segments!

  • Marked For Death (1990)
    15 June 2021
    6/10IMDb27%Rotten Tomatoes49%Metacritic   88% liked this film Google users     Check Action, Action here: Instagram Letterboxd Patreon Description A former narcotics agent travels to Jamaica to seek vengeance against a villainous drug kingpin who tried to kill him and his family. Initial release: October 5, 1990 (USA) DirectorDwight H. Little Box office: $58 million Music byJames Newton Howard Produced byMichael GraisSteven SeagalMark Victor
  • Desperado w/ Shane Loggains
    15 June 2021

    Robb & Mac are joined by Special Guest Shane Loggains to discuss the 1995 Action Classic Desperado, starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, Joaquim De Almeida, and Danny Trejo. Editor's Note: If you're wondering if those are children's voices you're hearing in the background, you are. Shane is a man with a large family, and some of his children make a guest appearance on the episode as well. ENJOY!!!  

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  • Marauders
    15 June 2021

    SLUGFEST is hot on the trail of some modern day Robin Hoods seeking to take down Bruce Willis' financial empire in 2016's Marauders. We won't beat around the bush; this movie stunk up the slugcave something awful. The dialog will make you cringe, the plot will leave you wondering if you had a stroke, and Bruce Willis will leave you wondering if he had a stroke. But hey, sometimes you've got to watch a bad movie. Or better yet: skip it, sit back, and listen to us take some alley-oops and backboard-shattering dunks.

    Marauders is available for streaming on Amazon Prime.

    Do you like the show? Please, for the love of god, just tell us like the show...  and help us out! Listen, rate, review, and share our show over at Apple Podcasts or over on Spotify. Want to give us your two cents? Curious about what's coming up on the show? Follow us on Instagram or Facebook.

  • Den of Thieves - Ep 044
    15 June 2021

    Our show kicks off with what we've been watching and reading this week as well as recent movie related news. (0:26)

    This episode's feature presentation is the under appreciated, Den of Thieves!  We get deep into this action packed heist thriller!  (10:16)

    Next week we get after the original, The Fast and The Furious! (streaming on HBO Max)

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  • Last Action Podcast - Stop! or my Mom will Shoot
    14 June 2021

    On this episode of Laugh Action Podcast, a movie no one seems to think is very funny.

  • Your Dad's Action Movies Episode 18 You Were Never Really Here (JoaquinPhoenix)
    12 June 2021
    You Are Joining Me On This Movie Starring Joaquin Phoenix You Were Never Really Here

    When a teenage girl goes missing, a jaded, brutal enforcer attempts a rescue mission. He uncovers corruption and abuse of power along his way and will use any means necessary to save the girl.
    Release date: April 6, 2018 (USA)
    Director: Lynne Ramsay
    Based on: You Were Never Really Here; by Jonathan Ames
    Produced by: Rosa Attab; Pascal Caucheteux; James Wilson; Lynne Ramsay; Rebecca O'Brien
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  • Welcome to Sudden Death
    11 June 2021

    Imagine a really crappy knockoff of 1988's Die Hard. Now imagine an even crappier knockoff of that knockoff, that was made a full twenty-five years later. That's right; Ryan and Brant watched the 2020 Netflix original, Welcome To Sudden Death, starring Michael Jai White. We have... a lot of questions. Why do these guns have so many rules? Why are Jai White's shirts so tight? Why is this movie set against a basketball game, when "sudden death" does not figure into the sport? And why is there no basketball? Seriously, there's zero basketball in this movie. 

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