A review of the 1989 cop buddy action film Tango & Cash, starring Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, Teri Hatcher, Brion James and Jack Palance
A review of the 1987 action sequel Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, starring Charles Bronson, John P. Ryan, Kay Lenz and Dana Barron
A review of the 1982 action film First Blood starring Sylvester Stallone, Brian Dennehy and Richard Crenna, the first film appearance of Stallone as John Rambo
A look back at the 1978 film Faces of Death and how it became a rite of passage movie that adolescents dared to watch during the VHS era to see just how scary, gross and disturbing it actualy was
A review of the 1987 comedy Summer School starring Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley about a gym teacher forced to spend his summer teaching a misfit class, directed by Carl Reiner
A review of the 1988 comedy sequel Crocodile Dundee II starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski
A review of the 1986 action adventure movie Firewalker, starring Chuck Norris, Louis Gossett Jr., Melody Anderson and Sonny Landham, made by Cannon Films
A review of the action sequel Death Wish 3 starring Charles Bronson, Martin Balsam, Ed Lauter and Gavan O’Herilhy. A film made by The Cannon Group that was reviled upon its initial release, but has since become a classic guilty pleasure cult film
A review of the 1986 comedy Stewardess School, about a misfit group who have dreams of serving in the friendly skies
A review of the popular 1986 comedy ‘Crocodile’ Dundee, starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski about an Austrailan croc hunter who travels to New York City
A review of the 1989 comedy Who’s Harry Crumb? starring John Candy, Jeffrey Jones, Annie Potts, Barry Corbin, Tim Thomerson and Shawnee Smith
The life of iconic movie star Humphrey Bogart is given the bio-pic treatment, in the shoddy, unremarkable 1980 tv movie Bogie.
Dolph Lundgren stars as Marvel Comics’ most famous anti-heroes – The Punisher! I take a look at the 1989 action film, also starring Louis Gossett Jr., Jeroen Krabbe and Kim Miyori
Eddie Murphy is ‘the Chosen One’ who must rescue a kidnapped mystical boy from evil Charles Dance. Can Murphy’s wise ass skeptical attitude be the thing that saves humanity? It’s the 1986 comedy The Golden Child.
Donald Sutherland stars as a deadly Nazi spy during WWII who hides out on a remote island with a family who are unaware of the danger he poses in the 1981 WWII thriller Eye of the Needle. Also starring Kate Nelligan, Christopher Cazenove and Ian Bannen
A review of the 1986 crime thriller 52 Pick-Up starring Roy Scheider, Ann-Margret, John Glover, Clarence Williams III & Vanity, directed by John Frankenheimer
Dennis Quaid stars as psychic who signs up for a top secret program that allows him to enter others dreams in the 1984 sci-fi thriller Dreamscape also starring Max Von Sydow, Christopher Plummer, Kate Capshaw and Eddie Albert
A review of the 1986 action movie Raw Deal, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert Davi, Kathryn Harrold, Darren McGavin, Sam Wanamaker and Ed Lauter
A review of the 1985 comedy/thriller Into the Night, starring Jeff Goldblum, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bruce McGill, David Bowie and Dan Aykroyd, directed by John Landis
A review of the 1985 TV movie Terror At London Bridge (aka Bridge Across Time), starring David Hasselhoff, Stepfanie Kramer, Adrienne Barbeu and Lane Smith
A modern day geek from 1985 miraculously travels back in time to the stone age and meets a beautiful cavegirl, in the 1985 teen comedy Cavegirl starring Daniel Roebuck and Cynthia Thompson.
A review of the 1988 comedy The Couch Trip starring Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin and Donna Dixon, directed by Michael Ritchie