Post Tagged with: “Dolph Lundgren”

SEQUELISED: Rocky IV (1985)

SEQUELISED: Rocky IV (1985)

Sylvester Stallone faces one of his toughest challenges in Dolph Lundgren. A sequel too far? 

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SquabbleCast #11: “Underrated Action Movies”

SquabbleCast #11: “Underrated Action Movies”

Dave is joined by podcast newbie Ross Hadlington and his brother Scott for a discussion of the most underrated, under-seen and overlooked gems in the action movie genre. 

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Top 10 Underrated Action Movies

Top 10 Underrated Action Movies

Cal picks ten explosion-filled classics that really deserve more of an audience. 

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REVIEW: The Expendables 3 (2014)

REVIEW: The Expendables 3 (2014)

Is it time to put these old dogs out of their misery?

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CAST THIS: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

CAST THIS: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

Who’s evil enough to play Skeletor? Andy gets creative. 

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INTERVIEW: John Hyams (Director – Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning)

INTERVIEW: John Hyams (Director – Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning)

Cal asks one of the best new action directors out there a few questions. 

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THE BLU REVIEW: Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning (2012)

THE BLU REVIEW: Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning (2012)

Van Damme and Lundgren return for more Uni-Sol mayhem in this straight-to-video hit. 

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THE DEPENDABLES #3: Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991)

THE DEPENDABLES #3: Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991)

It’s Dolph’s turn in the most testosterone-heavy film marathon of all time, with a little help from the late Brandon Lee.

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THE DEPENDABLES #4: Universal Soldier (1992)

THE DEPENDABLES #4: Universal Soldier (1992)

It’s time for some Van Dammage with bonus Dolph! Is this Jean-Claude’s best film?

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TRAILER TRASH #6: Dark Angel (aka I Come in Peace) (1990)

TRAILER TRASH #6: Dark Angel (aka I Come in Peace) (1990)

Dolph Lundgren never quite got a foothold in the movie industry after Universal Soldier (1992). His Looney Tunes portrayal of the demented Andrew Scott should have landed him more roles, but it wasn’t to be. Which isn’t to say the man is Laurence Olivier. There’s just a self-mocking humour about his on-screen presence that makes him better than the Jean-Claude […]

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