Thomas Jane and John Cusack drive each other hard in Brian Trenchard-Smith’s latest action-comedy Drive Hard.
Adventures in babysitting and baby-snatching from the 1975 Australian telemovie Mama's Gone A-Hunting.
Celebrate Australia Day or any other day by watching Australia's best rap man in his breathtaking biopic Still Flowin The Movie.
Leonard Nimoy presents the ultimate guide on surviving the Y2K apocalypse for you and your family.
From Stanley Kramer’s melodrama On the Beach, George Miller’s masterful Mad Max, to the stupefying Sons of Steel (to name a few), Australia has featured in a spattering of post-apocalyptic films. But none are as upbeat and pumping as Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em.
King of Australia, Mark "Jacko" Jackson, screams at the world's shittest tough guys and then magically pulls a chair out of thin air. From Trojan Warrior and your nightmares.
Why would you waste 10 minutes of your life reading a post about Wet and Wild Summer!? Most importantly, why would you waste 95 minutes of your life watching it, like I did? There is one special reason: Christopher Atkins. Or to be exact: Christopher Atkins’ magical face.
Bruce Spence and David Argue stink it up in Midnite Spares.
When Hurricane steps off the plane in Brisbane, Australia, he announces, “I’m Carl Weathers and I’m here to smash up the Gold Coast.” I’m not sure why he refers to himself by his real name, but he does.
Richard Norton's amazingly pointless kick trick. From his 1995 Aussie tough guy flick, Under the Gun.
The early to mid 90s was a ripe time for action films made in Australia. A period where a plethora of beefcakes smashed their way through the Great Southern Land. From Tom Selleck in Quigley Down Under, Christopher Lambert in Fortress, to Carl Weathers in Hurricane Smith.
Fascinated by Mark "Jacko" Jackson's cop film Bullet Down Under, I decided to track down its screenwriter, Karl Schiffman, for an interview. We discuss the film, the script he wrote for Roddy Piper/Billy Blanks' Back in Action and of course Billy Blanks' chest.