We’re back with another unsung Dolph Lundgren film! This time out, we’re watching the first-ever movie adaptation ofThe Punisher, which was released direct-to-video in the United States. It’s not a great movie, but it’s a pretty shockingly accurate depiction of the late-80s Punisher, as he takes on Eurotrash and Samurai while saving kids from being sold into slavery. It’s kind of the perfect VHS action movie. Plus, Movie Fighters favorite Louis Gossett Jr.!

You’ll have to grab a DVD to watch along with us, but it’s worth it!

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We’re back and we’re kicking off what may be March Mattel Madness with 1987’s live-action Masters of the Universe movie, starring Dolph Lundgren!

Our take: It ain’t as bad as you think, though it’s a horrible adaptation of the cartoon. Skeletor is pretty rad, though.

Watch along with us on YouTube!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

We’re wrapping up Rapper/Actor Right Back Atcha with 2010’s Gun, a movie that not only stars Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, but was also written by the illustrious rapper!

It surprises us in a lot of ways, but they’re not all positive. Val Kilmer proves to be great at being terrible, the plot is thin at best and a few characters speak as if they are robots!

(Also, here’s a rundown of the 50 Cent/Rick Ross beef.)

You can watch along with us on Amazon or iTunes if you wish!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!