Classic Trailer: Terminator 2 Teaser

I still consider this one of the best trailers of all-time; it built up such excitement for the movie and as you all know T2 would end up becoming one of my personal favourite movies. Plot: A cyborg, identical to the one who failed to kill Sarah Connor, must now protect her teenage son, John, ..

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The Expendables 2 Ultimate 80’s Vintage Trailer

This trailer was just gold; it got me totally pumped for Expendables 2 when it came out and is still arguably better than any of the marketing those movies received. It just feels like a classic 80’s Cannon style actioner. Plot: Mercenary leader Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone), Lee Christmas (Jason Statham) and the rest of ..

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Classic Trailer: Eye of the Tiger (1986)

Eye of the Tiger is a great slice 80’s nostalgia with Gary Busey playing a rare hero complete with the awesome Eye of the Tiger song from the Rocky series. Synopsis: Buck Matthews (Gary Busey) is a former convict trying to live a peaceful life with his wife and daughter in his hometown. When it ..

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1970s Action Movie Trailers Compilation

The legend of Geoff Thompson continues as today he has sent us a fantastic compilation of action movie trailers from the 70’s! From the man himself he notes these movies represent the earliest examples of the genre, from blaxploitation romps and cop-thrillers to martial arts films and chase-capers. Stars like Clint Eastwood, Charles Bronson, Bruce ..

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Classic Trailer: Rolling Vengeance (1987)

What would you do if someone killed your mother, raped your girlfriend and put your father in the hospital? Well if you’re Joey Rosso (Don Michael Paul) you build a big ass monster truck and take large wheeled vengeance on them. Makes sense. Rolling Vengeance is pretty much as awesome as it sounds and this trailer is ..

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Classic Trailer: Messenger of Death (1988)

Although not one of Charles Bronson’s best movies Messenger of Death is still entertaining and it’s a Cannon film so you know it’s going to be a fun watch. It was the eighth collaboration between Bronson and director J. Lee Thompson who previously worked together on Caboblanco, 10 to Midnight, The Evil That Men Do ..

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