Two Years of Pure Action
Two years ago today, Chris the Brain and myself embarked on a journey to take our love of action cinema and share it with anyone who would listen. We’ve done a few things that I’m very proud of; we have consistently updated our website on a daily basis, featured articles from guest writers such as independent wrestling phenom Aaron Williams, the ever elusive Matt Spector, and revenge expert Danny Marianino. To say that Chris and I have both enjoyed and sometimes struggled to keep up with our own schedules would be a massive understatement. Of course, at times we’re inspired by so many interesting topics that we can hardly stop writing, but more often we’re scrambling to figure out just what to write about next.
Because of the struggles and successes that we’ve had, this coming year has Chris and I even more excited for the future of BPA. Whether you’ve noticed or not, the site has had a face-lift recently and it won’t be the only change we’re planning on debuting over the next few months. New writers (YAY!), BPA apparel, marathon series’ dedicated to stars like Dolph Lundgren, and the hint of our first Bulletproof Media content could also be in the air. Just thinking about it has my heart racing faster than Brian Dennehy’s after walking up a flight a stairs.
So it’s been two years now… filled with articles that under performed their potential and others that somehow found a home in the vast expanse of the Google search engine. I have a few favorites of my own, so take this opportunity to check out these oldies, but goodies. Thanks for reading!
My absolute favorite Matt Spector joint is a film starring a guy that most of us have never heard about. What is incredible about this review of the movie Scorpion is that even though I’ve never seen the movie, I can still tell you that it’s kickass just from reading this post.
Chris the Brain is at his absolute best when he’s using his powers to utterly destroy a movie. I’ve always said that my articles are usually better when I don’t love the movie but that is magnified when The Brain starts talking about the kinds of films that get on his nerves. Luckily for us, he watches a lot of shitty movies, so I don’t expect to see the last of articles like this one.
This is either the worst post I’ve ever written or a masterpiece beyond what most people can even comprehend. We all love Dolph Lundgren how many of us can say we’ve given him a surprise birthday party? I sure don’t know anyone. This post also gave me the opportunity to flex my insane Photoshop skills. I’m not sure which is worse…
Whether this is your first time reading or you’ve been with us for the last two years, thanks.