Category: 5 Questions

5 Questions: Nowhere to Run

1993’s Nowhere to Run was an attempt at making Jean-Claude Van Damme more actor than action star. Nowhere to Run did turn a profit and Van Damme fans did support it but it was not the...

5 Questions: Truck Turner

Hollywood’s Blaxploitation Era created many stars. Names like Jim Brown, Fred Williamson, Pam Grier and Jim Kelly immediately come to mind. But in 1974 another man would add his name to that list, that man was...

5 Questions: When the Bullet Hits the Bone

In this edition of 5 Questions, I have some queries about a Jeff Wincott film that may have slipped under the radar of even the most ardent Wincott fans, 1996’s When the Bullet Hits the Bone....

5 Questions: American Kickboxer 2

If the promotional material for American Kickboxer 2 were to be believed the movie, starring kickboxing champion Dale “Apollo” Cook and Evan Lurie, was going to deliver twice the action, twice the danger and twice the excitement!...

5 Questions: Beverly Hills Cop

There is no question that the 1984’s Beverly Hills Cop solidified Eddie Murphy as an A List star in Hollywood and after it brought in over $200 million in ticket sales, it made Eddie Murphy a...

5 Questions: Not Another Mistake

Austria gave us Arnold Schwarzenegger. Belgium gave us Jean-Claude Van Damme. Sweden gave us Dolph Lundgren. England gave us Scott Adkins. Thailand gave us Tony Jaa. Chile gave us Marko Zaror. Redondo Beach gave us Michael Dudikoff and...

5 Questions: The Ultimate Weapon

For many years I avidly watched Hulk Hogan battle the likes of “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Andre the Giant and “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase. I was a true blue Hulkamaniac! But...

5 Questions: Inferno (1997)

Don “The Dragon” Wilson has been in the action movie game for a long time now. Over the years I’ve seen quite a few of The Dragon’s movie exploits. I’ve seen Don “The Dragon” Wilson do...

5 Questions: Dragon Fire (1993)

An entire website could be devoted to the films produced by the legendary Roger Corman. Corman’s production credits go all the way back to 1954 and he’s still going today! I have to question at 90 years of...

5 Questions: Road House

A word to the wise, when the best cooler in the business (Patrick Swayze) rolls into your town it is probably not a good idea to pick a fight with him. And it is definitely a...