Author: Chris The Brain

Bullet Points: Kid Fury

While I don’t know this for certain, I have to believe that when Jino Kang decided to get involved in the world of action entertainment, he always pictured himself as the hero of the story. All...

Scene of the Week: Mortal Mud Fight

Even movies that aren’t particularly good can have some positive elements to them. Case in point, 1997’s Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. It was apparent right from the start that the follow up to the original Mortal Kombat...

Bullet Points: L.A. Vice

The Canadian born Richard Pepin and Syrian born Joseph Merhi really embraced the concept of the United States of America being a land of opportunity. Perhaps that is why their company, PM Entertainment, gave so many...

Bullet Points: New Alcatraz

Every movie genre has its own variations. There is the pure action movie like The Delta Force, but there are also action comedies like Beverly Hills Cop and action thrillers like The Bourne Identity. Sometimes movie...

Unsung Heroes: Bloodsport

Bloodsport was a launching pad for the Hollywood career of Jean-Claude Van Damme. The movie based loosely on the life and times of Frank Dux made Jean-Claude Van Damme a star in the world of action...

Bullet Points: Land of the Free

Jeff Speakman made a splash in the world of action entertainment with his starring role in 1991’s The Perfect Weapon. The Perfect Weapon should have been Speakman’s Bloodsport, a movie that would be a springboard for...