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Dolph Lundgren - Ep90  

How did Dolph Lundgren become Dolph Lundgren?? Hear about his humble beginnings as a rocket scientist in Stockholm, Sweden (true story) to his meteoric rise to action superstar film icon! He's also talking about the day he almost killed Sylvester Stallone, along with a chance encounter with Christopher Walken on the set of his first film that forever changed his life.

El Castigador  

0:00:00 - 1:28:05 - This week we are joined by Michel Fiffe and Charles Forsman to discuss The Punisher's time on film including the following:  Punisher (1989), directed by Mark Goldblatt, starring Dolph Lundgren, Louis Gossett Jr, Jeroen Krabbe, Kim Miyori, and Nancy Everheard. The Punisher (2004), directed by Jonathan Hensleigh, starring Thomas Jane, John Travolta, Will Patton, Roy Scheider, Laura Haring, Ben Foster, Rebecca Romijn, and John Pinette.  Punisher: War Zone (2008), directed by Lexi Alexander, starring Ray Stevenson, Julie Benz, Wayne Knight, Dominic West, Colin Salmon, and Doug Hutchison. Punisher Dirty Laundry (2012), directed by Phil Janou, starring Thomas Jane and Ron Perlman.  Daredevil season 2 (2016), starring Jon Bernthal.    We also discussed Punisher-like films as well as our favorite Punisher artists: Next Week: SHANE BLACK Our outro music this week: is "L'Appuntamento" by Ornella Vanoni from Now Way Out and Ocean's 12. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan.  You can follow the show on twittertumblr,letterboxdand facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and here), TFO's music podcast Beat Connection with Marty Brown and Nate Patrin (at TFO and here), and Katie Skelly & Sarah Horrock’s Trash Twins (located here and here), which Sean edits. I'LL MEET YOU AT THE TOWER

Episode 251 - Kindergarten Cop 2  
On this week's episode, the gang once again shatters the Ten Year Rule to talk about the totally unnecessary sequel, Kindergarten Cop 2! What's with this weirdo janitor/technology teacher, Hal? Why wouldn't the F.B.I. just get a search warrant and check the school after hours for this flash drive? And what's with all the Twix product placement? PLUS: Prop comic, Gallagher, could audition for lots of different films. His range is endless if you really think about it.

Kindergarten Cop 2 stars the great Dolph Lundgren, Darla Taylor, Aleks Paunovic, Sarah Strange, and Bill Bellamy; directed by Don Michael Paul.

Gay Panic Jokes, Alive and Well  

This time around, Sean Witzke and Tucker Stone get to chatting about: 0:00:00 - 0:17:16 -Deep Red (1975), directed by Dario Argento, starring David Hemmings, Macha Meril, Clara Calamai, and Eros Pagini.  0:17:17 - 0:29:10 - The Witch (2016), directed by Roberg Eggers, starring Anna Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, and Harvey Scrimshaw.  0:29:11 - 0:48:55 - Hail, Caesar! (2016), directed by Joel & Ethan Coen, starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Alden Erenreich, Ralph Fiennes, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Wayne Knight, Christopher Lambert, Clancy Brown, Peter Jason, David Krumholtz, Allison Pill, Emily Beecham, Veronica Osirio, Michael Gambon, Fischer Stevens, Alex Karpovsky, Fred Malamed, Max Baker, and Dolph Lundgren.  0:48:56 - 0:56:16 - Straight Time (1978), directed by Ulu Grossbard, starring Dustin Hoffman, Teresa Russell, Harry Dean Stanton, Gary Busey, M. Emmet Walsh, and Kathy Bates.  0:56:17 - 1:01:19 - Zero For Conduct (1933), directed by Jean Vigo, starring Gerard De Bedarieux, Louis Lefebrve, and Gilbert Pruchon.  1:01:20 - 1:19:03 - Straw Dogs (1971), directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring Dustin Hoffman, Susan George, David Warner, Peter Vaughn, TP McKenna, Del Henney, Jim Norton, and Sally Thornsett.  1:19:04 - 1:38:21 - Toy Story of Terror (2013), directed by Angus MacLane, starring Joan Cusack, Carl Weathers, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Stephen Tobolowsky, Timothy Dalton, Wallace Shawn, Don Rickles, Kristen Schaal, Kate McKinnon, and Ken Marino Toy Story 2 (1999), directed by John Lassetter, starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn, Jim Varney, John Ratzenberger, Annie Potts, and Wayne Knight.   Next Week: Zulawski & Fukasaku.  Our outro music this week: "Lucky Star" by Madonna. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan.  You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and here), TFO's music podcast Beat Connection with Marty Brown and Nate Patrin (at TFO and here), and Katie Skelly & Sarah Horrock’s Trash Twins (located here and here), which Sean edits.  COMBAT CARL LIVES 

Masters of the Universe  

Masters of the Universe was a beloved toy line and a hit '80s cartoon. Its 1987 live-action movie, however, is not so fondly remembered. This Dolph Lundgren vehicle broke its movie studio but created new figures for kids to play with. Does this film have the power? Listen to find out!

Masters of the Universe  

Masters of the Universe was a beloved toy line and a hit ’80s cartoon. Its 1987 live-action movie, however, is not so fondly remembered. This Dolph Lundgren vehicle broke its movie studio but created new figures for kids to play with. Does this film have the power? Listen to find out!

Masters of the Universe  

Masters of the Universe was a beloved toy line and a hit '80s cartoon. Its 1987 live-action movie, however, is not so fondly remembered. This Dolph Lundgren vehicle broke its movie studio but created new figures for kids to play with. Does this film have the power? Listen to find out!

Star Wars Goes to Juilliard  
0:00:00 - 0:20:31 - Star Wars Episode Seven: The Force Awakens 3D IMAX Experience (2015), directed by JJ Abrams, written by JJ Abrams, Lawrence Kasdan, Michael Arndt, starring Harrison Ford, John Boyega, Daisey Ridley, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Peter Mayhew, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyongo, Andy Serkis, Domnhall Gleeson, Simon Pegg, Max Von Sydow, Yayan Ruihan, Iko Uwais, and Gwendoline Christie. 

Also discussed in this section: Star Wars, Avengers 2, Empire Strikes Back, Girls, Attack the Block, Young Indiana Jones, James Cameron, Zack Snyder, Fantastic Four, Return of the Jedi, and Halloween.

0:20:32 - 0:31:05 - Silverado (1985), directed by Lawrence Kasdan, starring Scott Glenn, Kevin Kline, Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, John Cleese, Brian Dennehy, Rosanna Arquette, Jeff Goldblum, Linda Hunt, James Gammon, Brion James, Joe Seneca, Jeff Fahey, Lynn Whitfield, and Richard Jenkins.

Also discussed in this section: Dreamcatcher, Pale Rider, Stephen King, Homicide, Heaven's Gate, Gene Hackman, Maverick, Lonesome Dove, Tom Selleck, Jesse Stone, Jack Reacher, Class of 1984, Parker, Jason Statham, Jim Brown, and Terrence Howard. 

0:31:06 - 0:39:09 - In the Heart of the Sea (2015), directed by Ron Howard, starring Chris Hemsworth, Benjamin Walker, Cillian Murphy, Brendan Gleeson, Tom Holland, and Ben Whishaw.

Also discussed in this section: Rush, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, Leviathan, Russell Crowe, The Machinist, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Vanilla Sky, Moby Dick, Barry Lyndon, Transformers 2, and A Hijacking. 

0:39:10 - 0:43:20 - Knock Knock (2015), directed by Eli Roth, starring Keanu Reeves, Lorenza Izzo, Ana De Armas, and Colleen Camp. 

Also discussed in this section: Hostel 2, John Wick, and The Green Inferno. 

0:43:21 - 0:59:02 - Ant-Man (2015), directed by Peyton Reed, starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lily, Michael Pena, T.I., Corey Stoll, Bobby Cannavale, Anthony Mackie, David Dastmalchian, Wood Harris, and Greg Turkington.  The Punisher (1989), directed by Mark Goldblatt, starring Dolph Lundgren, Louis Gossett Jr, Jeroen Krabbe, and Kim Miyori.  Also discussed in this section: The Break Up, Attack the Block, Iron Man, Punisher War Zone, Aliens, Terminator, From Dusk Til Dawn, Kill BIll Vol. 1, Chuck Dixon, Circle Of Blood, Romancing the Stone, Agent Carter, Prisoners, The Wire, Mr. Show, Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean's Black Orchid, Dune, Thulsa Doom in Conan The Barbarian, David Cronenberg, Guardians of the Galaxy, Jerry Bruckheimer, Judd Apatow, Quentin Tarantino, and John Milius. 0:59:03 - 1:22:59 - eXistenZ (1999), directed by David Cronenberg, starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, Willem Dafoe, Ian Holm, Don McKellar, Sarah Polley, and Christopher Eccleston. 

Also discussed in this section:  28 Days Later, Bane, The Revenant, Fury Road, Collateral, Blackhat, Thor, Vacation, Miami Vice, Sean Connery, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Darby O'Gill and the Little People,  Hugh Jackman, X-Men: First Class, Layer Cake, Kevin Bacon, January Jones, Chris Claremont, John Byrne, Dave Cockrum, Daniel Craig, Harry Potter, Simon Pegg, Keira Knightley, Godzilla Vs King Kong, Iron Man, Dr. Strange, Tarzan, Samuel L Jackson, Nicholas Cage, Christoph Waltz, Coming to America, Exorcist 3, Werner Herzog, Fantastic Four, Ridiculous 6, Ted 2, Katherine Heigl, Spotlight, Zodiac, All the Presidents Men, Concussion, Pursuit of Happyness, After Earth, Seven Pounds, Bad Boys 3, Suicide Squad, Martin Lawrence, Legends, Infinite Crisis, Jessica Jones, and Daredevil. 

120 Masters of the Universe (w/ Tatiana Maslany)  

Finally, the He-Man movie starring Dolph Lundgren on Earth with a bunch of teens. Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the 1987 film Masters of the Universe. They’ll cover He-Man not being spectacular at anything...

Yes, Virginia, You Can Blow A Winning Hand  
0:00:00 - 0:16:07 - Tucker watched War (2007), directed by Phillip Atwell, starring Jason Statham, Jet Li, Sung Kang, Terry Chen, John Lone, Nadine Velasquez, and Devon Aoki. 

Also discussed in this section: Art of War, Rising Sun, Black Mask, Bronson, Only God Forgives, the Pusher trilogy, Paul WS Anderson's Three Musketeers, Wolfgang Petersen, Gerald McRainey, In the Heart of the Sea, Willow, Val Kilmer, Hal Holbrook, George Lucas, The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Ghost and the Darkness, Mark Twain, Johnny Depp, perfume ads, Matchstick Men, Blade, Robert Downey Sr., Lethal Weapon 4, The Bank Job, Fast & The Furious, The Replacement Killers, Casino Royale, Conan O'Brien, and The Big Hit. 

0:16:08 - 0:27:42 - Sean watched Cross of Iron (1977), directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring James Coburn, David Warner, Maximillian Schell, James Mason, Santa Berger, and Klaus Lowitch. 

Also discussed in this section: Convoy, The Osterman Weekend, Slow Fade, Enzo G. Castellari, Any Gun Can Play, Come and See, The Great Escape, The Omen, Garth Ennis, Quentin Tarantino, Shigeru Mizuki, The Wild Bunch, Richard Burton, The Inglorious Bastards, the sequel Breakthrough, Blackadder Goes Forth, Peter Sellers, The Black Hole, The Martian, Event Horizon, and Hellraiser. 

0:27:43 - 0:48:09 - Tucker watched Coriolanus (2011), directed by Ralph Feinnes, starring Feinnes, Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave, Brian Cox, and Jessica Chastain. 

Also discussed in this section: The Invisible Woman, 10 Things I Hate About You, Throne of Blood, Ran, The Bad Sleep Well, Richard the 3rd (both the Laurence Olivier and Ian McKellan versions), Lord of the Rings, the X-Men movies, Roman Polanski's Macbeth, the Ethan Hawke version of Hamlet, Universal Soldier: Regeneration, Titus, Anthony Hopkins, Much Ado About Nothing, the 13th Floor, The 13th Floor Elevators, The Swans, the upcoming Macbeth, Ridley Scott, Looking For Richard, David Oyelowo, The Keep, Patrick Stewart, American Dad, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Star Trek, David Lynch's Dune, William Hurt, Once Upon A Time in America, Gwyneth Paltrow, Dolph Lundgren, Daniel Craig, Rihanna, Clickhole, and 30 Rock.

0:48:10 - 1:06:16 - Sean watched Down Terrace (2009), directed by Ben Wheatley, starring Robert and Robin Hill, Julia Deakin, David Schaal, Tony Way, and Michael Smiley. 

Also discussed in this section: Kill List, The Professional, Road To Perdition, Jude Law, A.I., Tombstone, Posse, Ben Affleck, Clint Eastwood, Sean Penn, Robert Duvall, Walton Goggins, The Apostle, Leap Of Faith (it's not Theresa Russell in Leap of Faith, as said on the show, it's Lolita Davidovich), Spider, Braveheart, Apocalypto, Fury Road, Angst, The Raid, Collateral, Booty Call, Edmond, Stuart Gordon, The Last Castle, David Mamet, Ronin, Redbelt, Frank Oz, Rod Lurie, the Straw Dogs remake, Rod Taylor, Rip Taylor, Jackass 2, Richard Scarry, Tony Little, The Player, Strikeback, The Knick, Blind Spot, Rhona Mitra, Soderbergh's edit of Blow Up, Lindsay Anderson, and Richard Simmons. 

Camp Swank  

0:00:00 - 0:08:02 - Intros!. Featuring some comics talk including Hawkworld by Tim Truman, Cable, Mountain Dew Code Red, Paul Gulacy's Terminator: Secondary Objectives, Judge Dredd, Deathmate Black, Harbinger, and the X-Men 0:08:03 - 0:15:12 -Tucker has caught up with season 4 of Person of Interest. 

Also discussed in this section: the first episode of Penny Dreadful, Hannibal, Boardwalk Empire, Mad Max, Terminator, Saw, and Michael Pitt.

0:15:13 - 0:26:31 - We talk about the trailer for The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott, and the trailer for Aloha, directed by Cameron Crowe. 

Also discussed in this section: Interstellar, Mission To Mars, American Gangster, Joel Edgerton, Robin Hood, Kingdom of Heaven, The Counselor, Elizabethtown, Cameron Diaz in Vanilla Sky, We Bought A Zoo, Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray, Danny McBride, the Tom Hanks Dungeons and Dragons scare movie Mazes and Monsters, Krakatoa East of Java, The Boy Next Door, Enough, Jag, The Burning Bed, NCIS, Sleeping With The Enemy, Blue Steel, and Jurassic Park. 

0:26:31 - 0:37:12 - Tucker rewatched Jack Reacher (2012), directed by Christopher McQuarrie, starring Tom Cruise, Rosamund Pike, David Oyelowo, Jai Courtenay, Werner Herzog, Robert Duvall, and Richard Jenkins. And Sean and Tucker both watched Phantoms (1998), directed by Joe Chappelle, starring Peter O'Toole, Ben Affleck, Liev Schrieber, Rose McGowan, and Nicky Katt. 

Also discussed in this section: Wolverine, Michael Mann, Spooks/MI6, Ed Zwick, Tobey Maguire, The Thing, Marilyn Manson, Robert Rodriguez, and Transformers 4.

0:37:12 - 0:43:55 - Sean saw Spy (2015), directed by Paul Feig, starring Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne, Jason Statham, Bobby Cannavale, Miranda Hart, Alyson Janney, Zack Woods, 50 Cent, Jude Law, Jessica Chaffin, Jamie Denbo, and Peter Serafinowicz. 

Also discussed in this section: Zack Woods' great scene in Spy, Face/Off, Paul Feig on WTF, Power, Escape Plan, Judd Apatow, James Bond, San Andreas, Carla Gugino, Son In Law, Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael, The Simpsons, Jim Abrams, Jay Mohr, Action, and Buddy Hackett.  

0:43:56 - 0:59:31 - We discuss the passing of Christopher Lee. 

Check out this video interview with Christopher Lee talking about his whole career. 

Also discussed in this section: Lord of the Rings, Dracula, the amazing sword fights in Three Musketeers, Fu Manchu, The Man With the Golden Gun, Erroyl Flynn, the Star Wars prequels, flat coke, Hannie Caulder, Dark Shadows, Burke & Hare, Dungeons and Dragons, In The Name of the King, Jeremy Irons, Dead Ringers, M Butterfly, John McTiernan, necrophilia, Cabaret, The Music Man, John Leguizamo, Moulin Rouge, Todd McFarlane, The Pest, Three's Company, Children's Hospital, Who's Line Is It Anyway, Arrested Development S4, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Family Feud, South Park, Ice Cube, Glenn Howerton in Guardians of the Galaxy, Crank, Crank 2, Jurassic World, Hobo With A Shotgun, Terminator 5, Tron 3, Avengers 2, the original Jurassic Park and Spielberg screaming, Carnosaur, and the 5th Bourne movie, and Gerry.  

0:59:32 - 1:18:38 - Sean watched Geronimo (1993) , directed by Walter Hill, written by John Milius, starring Wes Studi, Jason Patric, Matt Damon, Robert Duvall, and Gene Hackman. 

Also discussed in this section: The Homesman, Last of the Mohicans, The Next Karate Kid, Mortal Kombat, Boys Don't Cry, The Plague, Idris Elba, Thinner, Obsession, A Time To Kill, Runaway Jury, Bruce McGill, Cliffhanger, Raising Cain, the trailer for The Walk, Robert Zemeckis, Used Cars, Castaway, Flight, Tony Scott, John Goodman, Gary Treaudeau, John Lithgow, Tom Cruise, Christopher Lee, George Lucas' writing ability over time, No Escape, Gil Ozeri watching Entourage, Tucker marathoning Oz pre-dvd, The Prisoner, Patty Lupone, Seinfeld's Oz SNL parody, Jerimiah, CBS Storybreak, Elias Koteas, Ray Stevenson, Dolph Lundgren, James Remar, The Punisher on Daredevil, Jason Statham, and Will Smith as Deadshot.

 

254 John Darnielle, Chris Cox  

On this week's episode, a warning is issued to all flakey guests, particularly Dolph Lundgren, that if you promise to appear on Sklarbro Country and don't, a British jackass will pee on your shoes. Then, Randy and Jason welcome to the show John Darni...

Jayzey Stayzeys  

0:00:00 - 0:32:45 - Morgan watched all of the Fast and the Furious movies directed by Rob Cohen, John Singleton, Justin Lin, and James Wan, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Tyrese, Jordana Brewster, and Michelle Rodriguez.

Also discussed in this section: The Avengers, Star Trek, The Road Warrior, Bond, Hunger Games, Jeroen Crabbe, Person of Interest, Criminal Minds, Point Break, Nightmare On Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Miami Vice, Death Proof, Wile E. Coyote, Tom Cruise, Monica Belluci, Daredevil, Havoc, Dolph Lundgren, The Raid, Old Boy, the "Charlie Work" episode of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, True Detective, Hannibal, Tron Legacy, Game of Death, and Keanu Reeves. 

0:32:46 - 0:43:00 - Sean watched The Osterman Weekend (1983), directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring Sweet Baby Rutger Hauer, Craig T. Nelson, Meg Foster, John Hurt, Dennis Hopper, Burt Lancaster, and Chris Sarandon.

Also discussed in this section: Convoy, George Jones, CW McCall, James Coburn, Conway Twitty, Watchmen, Alan Moore's Writing For Comics, Wanted Dead or Alive, Hobo With A Shotgun, The Hitcher, Flesh and Blood, Batman Begins, Spetters, Blade Runner, Takashi Miike, Robocop, and Showgirls. 

0:43:01 - 1:12:15 - Morgan watched: 

The Conversation (1974), directed by Francis Ford Coppola, starring Gene Hackman, John Cazale, Allen Garfield, Cindy Williams, Frederic Forrest, Robert Duvall, and Harrison Ford.

Blow Out (1981), directed by Brian De Palma, starring John Travolta, Nancy Allen, John Lithgow, and Dennis Franz.

Klute (1971), directed by Alan J Pakula, starring Donald Sutherland, Jane Fonda, Charles Cioffi, and Roy Schieder. 

Also discussed in this section: Blow Up, Deep Red, Steven Soderbergh, Obsession, Greetings, Raising Cain, Godfather 2, Walter Murch, Apocalypse Now, Frantic, Willem Dafoe, Timothy Carey, Evil Dead, Halloween, The Shining, Josh Brolin, The Sleeping Car Murders, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, Hairspray, Wild Hogs, Black Christmas, Room 237, The Exorcist, Going Clear, The Thing, Carrie, Dressed to Kill, and Heaven's Gate. 

1:12:16 - 1:26:46 - To close out, we talk about the Star Wars 7 trailer, as well as Ex Machina, Sunshine, Star Trek, Roberto Orci, Super 8, Rian Johnson, Terminator: Genisys, James Cameron, George Lucas' politics, Kathleen Kennedy, Leigh Brackett, Marcia Lucas, Gary Kurtz, Irvin Kershner, Thor, Event Horizon, Brothers Bloom, Mad Max Fury Road, 28 Days Later, Day of the Dead, The Beach, 127 Hours, Dredd, and Prometheus. THE FIFTH AGE: Sam Kleiman from The Thing About My Folks. 
Eff Yeah Film & Feminism Ep 1 - Dolph Lundgren  

Welcome to the first episode of the Eff Yeah Film & Feminism podcast with hosts Maria Lewis and Caris Bizzaca. This is a safe, inclusive space to discuss feminism in the pop culture sphere. This episode the girls chat Avengers, Daredevil, Shit People Say To Women Directors, Black Widow and interview Dolph Lundgren - !!!!! - about womens rights. Visit the website: effyeahfilmandfeminism.tumblr.com

MOVIES OF THE WEAK: Tucker Saw The Avengers 2  

0:00:00 - 1:10:45 - Tucker went to see The Avengers 2: The Second One Without Ralph Fiennes (2015), directed by Josh Whedon, starring Zodiac, Snowpiercer, Blacklist, Lucy, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Stendhal Syndrome, Luther, The Guard, Blackhat, Nymphomaniac, Bourne Legacy, Kick Ass, Wimbeldon, She Hate Me, and the Shaft remake. 

Also discussed in this section: Daredevil, Josh Whedon on twitter, Tom Cruise on twitter, Edge of Tomorrow, Mission Impossible, David Miscavidge,  Ving Rhames, Hollywood Minute with David Spade, The Soup, the wage gap, Louis CK, The Rock, Under The Skin, Lucy, Greg Rucka, the guy on trial in the Hague, Sam Fuller, Manny Farber, the Suicide Squad cast photo, Ant Man, Shark, Lincoln, Agents of Shield, The Stendhal Syndrome, the Avengers sidescrolling arcade game, Brad Meltzer, Gamer, Looper, Interstellar, Jack Reacher, Transformers 4, Wesley Morris on Avengers, 24, Mark Millar, Bryan Curtis on Pacquiao/Mayweather, Charles S. Dutton in Alien 3, Under Armor, Thomas Kinkade, Ann Nocenti, George Perez, Marv Wolfman, Chris Claremont, Heat, Good Will Hunting, Breaking the Waves, looking stupid in photographs, Steve Engleheart, Cable, Man of Steel, Street Fighter, horse racing, Mad Men, The Hardy Boys, Monster's Ball, NTS SD SUV, Person of Interest, Hobo With A Shotgun, Takashi Miike, Dolph Lundgren, Spetters, Penny Dreadful, John Wick, Tyler Perry, Star Trek 3, Robocop, Liam Neeson, Star Wars, Comics of the Weak, Joe McCulloch, Molly Lambert, Sarah Horrocks, Lords of Salem, Amour, Dan Brown or Chuck Palahnuik: who is the worse writer, Gilbert Hernandez, and this video with the cast of The Rover

 

El Protector - The Defender (Terrorismo 2004)  

Título original The Defender Año 2004 Duración 90 min. País Estados Unidos Estados Unidos Director Dolph Lundgren Guión Douglas W. Miller Música Adam Nordén Fotografía Maxime Alexandre Reparto Dolph Lundgren, Jerry Springer, Shakara Ledard, Thomas Lockyer, Caroline Lee-Johnson, Gerald Kyd, Ian Porter, Howard Antony, James Chalke, Leigh Zimmerman, Radu Florescu, Ovidiu Niculescu Productora Coproducción Alemania-Reino Unido-USA-Rumania; Bauer Martinez Studios / Frame Werk Produktion GmbH & Co. KG / Lucky UKFS / Media Pro Pictures Género Acción | Terrorismo Sinopsis Los Estados Unidos no van a ceder ni un palmo en su guerra contra el terrorismo, de manera especial contra Mohamed Jamar, el peor de todos. Y aunque, el presidente busca, una solución definitiva, Jamar representa toda una paradoja: no puede matarle porque al momento se convertiría en una leyenda; no pueden capturarle y juzgarle, porque le harían un mártir que provocaría más actos terroristas.

Episode 21: Clocking Overtime with Mariah Balenciaga  

In this episode they are joined by Mariah Balenciaga. They discuss Michelle’s experience in the house ballroom scene, her near hookup experience with Dolph Lundgren, Atlanta, Mariah’s Hair Career, Tyler Perry, and Drag Stars at Sea.   This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Dr. Jen's House of Beauty.

Episode 178 - Johnny Mnemonic  
On this week's episode, the #WHMLRM continues as the guys tackle the 1995 cyber-punk thriller, Johnny Mnemonic! What's with this narration-less scroll? How is Udo Kier not a vampire in every film? And what's with Ice-T dropping cars on everybody? PLUS: The guys debate Catfish and also show their love for the great Keanu Reeves.

Johnny Mnemonic stars Keanu Reeves, Ice-T, Dolph Lundgren, Henry Rollins, Dina Meyer, "Beat" Takeshi, Barbara Sukowa and Udo Kier; directed by Robert Longo.

WHM Summer Rerun: Rocky IV  
On this WHM Summer Rerun, the gang looks back at the time they got in the ring with Rocky IV! Everyone agrees that Paulie is Cinema's Greatest Loser. Rocky is out of control arrogant in this movie. And the stones on Stallone to have his titular pugilist essentially end the Cold War by giving a sappy end-of-match speech!


Rocky IV stars Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Talia Shire, Carl Weathers, Burt Young, Tony Burton, Brigitte Nielsen; directed by Sylvester Stallone.

Nerdcast 428 – Marvel no Cinema  

Lambda lambda lambda NERDS! Hoje Alottoni, Carlos Voltor, Affonso Solano, JP, Fábio Yabu e Azaghal analisam todo o universo criado pela MARVEL NOS CINEMAS Neste podcast: Comece humilde com Lou Ferrigno e Dolph Lundgren, faça o pior filme de super-heróis que nunca foi lançado, contrate o Twisted Sister para fazer parte dos X-Men e descubra as semelhanças entre Scooby-Doo e Guardiões da Galáxia! Tempo […]

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