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Hall of Fame: John Rambo

The third inductee into the Bulletproof Action Hall of Fame was an icon of the 80’s and the Reagan Era in the United States. In fact, President Ronald Reagan would reference this inductee on numerous...

Hall of Fame: John McClane

He’s losing his hair, his wife, his two kids, and most likely his mind from all of the killing that he has done over the years. He’s probably the only person with worse luck on...

Bullet Points: Ice Soldiers

I don’t know where I came across Ice Soldiers but I thought that this Canadian action flick sounded interesting and could make for a cool action movie. Plus, I love Soviet bad guys in action...

The Essentials: Christmas Action

We’re only days away from the busiest day of the year. Comedian Jim Gaffigan was correct when he talked about how crazy Christmas can be as a holiday. We cut down trees and bring them...

Hall of Fame: Dirty Harry Callahan

When Chad and I discussed creating a Bulletproof Action Hall of Fame, we knew there had to be certain criteria. Longevity certainly plays a factor. A flash in the pan character is not going to...

Brainwaves: Heroes in a Half Shell

For those of you who came to the site expecting to see my post about Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow of G.I. Joe fame, fear not. I will be writing about two of the most popular...

Know Your Role: John Fujioka

John Fujioka was pretty much a surrogate father for me as a kid. I watched the crap out of American Ninja and I feel like I’m pretty much a ninja just from soaking in all...

Bullet Points: Licence To Kill

The 1989 feature Licence to Kill was the James Bond film that single handedly brought gritty 80s action to the series and also killed the franchise for an extended period. After producing a Bond film...