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In The Crosshairs

Nathan Whitehead Talks Beyond Skyline

Composer Nathan Whitehead is best known for the scores for the blockbuster film franchise “The Purge.” Recently he completed scoring the feature films “Keanu,” “The Purge: Election Year,” and Beyond Skyline. Nathan chats with The Action Elite about working on Beyond Skyline. How did you first get involved with Beyond Skyline? I scored a movie […]

Forgotten Sequel: The Base 2 (2000)

I don’t know if this is necessarily forgotten but I’ll admit I had never seen The Base 2: Guilty as Charged until I picked it up on trusty VHS a few weeks ago. My expectations were minimal as Mark Dacascos wasn’t returning for this sequel but this time he is replaced by Antonio Sabàto, Jr. […]

New US Chasing the Dragon Trailer

Chasing the Dragon is one of my favourite movies of the year; it was something different from Donnie Yen and the addition of Andy Lau only made it better. What’s even cooler is that I’m quoted in the trailer which is a first and rather exciting. Plot: Donnie Yen stars as infamous real-life drug kingpin […]

Exclusive New Photos from Cops & Robbers

Michael Jai White, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson, Patrick Kilpatrick and Tom Berenger star in this upcoming actioner and today we have some new stills from the movie. Plot: A strung out hostage negotiator plays a dangerous game of cat and mouse with a cornered bank robber who is hell bent on getting out of the bank […]

Creed 2 Has a New Director

Sylvester Stallone was initially set to direct the upcoming sequel to Creed but now it appears Steven Caple, Jr. has taken the reigns. Michael B. Jordan posted on his Twitter last night as follows: Excited for Coogler to hand over the reins to Steven Caple, Jr. – our director for Creed 2! Can’t wait to […]

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The Game Changer (2017) Review

Plot: The movie is set during the gang wars of 1930’s Shanghai. An adaptation of Shanghai Bund, the TV series. Review: I’ve had this on Blu-ray for months and last night I finally sat down and watched it, but I have to admit I was quite disappointed. After an exciting first 20 minutes which starts […]


 
 

 

Trailer to Dudikoff’s Navy Seals vs. Zombies

There is definitely a pattern going on recently for Versus movies; this trailer came out in September but I’ll be honest and say I’d never heard of it until today. Thanks to Roy Clavette for sending this our way! Th...
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Deadpool: Hit or Miss?

I’ve been looking forward to seeing Deadpool on the big screen ever since the “leaked” footage came online last year. It’s the role Ryan Reynolds was born to play and the clips and trailers so far have been spot on. The...
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The Mechanic (2011) Kill Count

It’s been a while since we’ve done a Kill Count and with the upcoming sequel to Jason Statham’s The Mechanic hitting theaters this August, I thought it would be a good time to revisit the 2011 film and see jus...
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New Trailer for Daylight’s End

Director William Kaufman transforms Dallas, Texas into a post-apocalyptic wasteland in the action-packed survival horror DAYLIGHT’S END. It stars Johnny Strong, Lance Henriksen, and Louis Mandylor in a hard-driving action...
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My Stupid Idea for a Sequel to The Rundown

I always thought The Rundown starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Sean William Scott was an unappreciated gem which sadly didn’t make a lot of money at the box office. With a budget of $85 million it only ma...
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Trailer for Henchman: The Al Leong Story

Al Leong was the ultimate “that guy” from 80’s action cinema; he played the henchman in all the classics from Die Hard, Rapid Fire and Lethal Weapon to Big Trouble in Little China. He’s finally getting t...
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First Trailer for Dr. Strange

Today, we finally get a first look at the trailer for the new Marvel movie Dr. Strange starring Benedict Cumberbatch. PLOT: Doctor Strange follows the story of neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange who, after a horrific car accid...
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To Sequel or Not to Sequel: Falcon Rising

SYNOPSIS: Falcon Rising, the first installment in the CODENAME: FALCON franchise, introduces former marine John “Falcon” Chapman, a dark anti-hero driven by guilt and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, w...
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What We Know About The Predator Reboot

I think we’re all intrigued and frankly rather excited about the upcoming Shane Black movie ‘The Predator’. Thankfully, it’s not going to be a remake of the original classic but a sequel which is apparen...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

An Action-Packed August?

It’s kind of quiet just now in terms of interesting action movies but it’s looking like August is shaping up to be one of the best months of the year for action fans. Some of these movies have been in limbo for a while but ...
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Revisiting Fifty/Fifty (1992)

I remember watching this movie when it first came out way back in 1992; it starred Peter Weller (RoboCop) and Robert Hays (Airplane) as two bickering mercenaries that are hired by the CIA to overthrow a South East Asian dictato...
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Revisiting Mean Guns (1997)

Mean Guns hits 20 years of age this November but I just picked up the DVD a few weeks ago so I’m doing an article now instead as the movie is still fresh in my head. Albert Pyun has always been one of the more interesting...
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The Bourne Legacy (2012)

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The Verdict: 1.5 / 5 - Poor
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Alex Cross (2012) Review

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The Verdict: 2.5 / 5 - Meh!
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