In partnership with VICE Music Publishing, Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the debut double LP release of Dark Side of the Ring Original VICE Series Music by Wade MacNeil and Andrew Gordon Macpherson.
Local Boogeyman positively guarantees The Real Bruce Lee! He also believes in the sacredness of life. He wouldn’t harm anything… not even a fly. But what if it was a fly with the head of a man?! Or the man with the head of The Fly?!
“Terrifying! Nerve Shattering! Bloodcurdling!”
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is excited to announce that Crazy World, from Uganda’s action filmmaking auteur Isaac Nabwana, will launch exclusively on the company’s recently launched Alamo on Demand VOD platform, available for rental and purchase now. For the past decade, director, writer, producer, editor, and cinematographer Isaac Nabwana and producer/star Alan Ssali Hofmanis, have cultivated a filmmaking community in Uganda, dubbed Wakaliwood, to produce dozens of blisteringly energetic action films with an infectious DIY sensibility on budgets that rarely exceed $200 US dollars.
“Now it’s time to see a new breed of action.”
The Asian Hawk is back! Undeterred by nearly dying while making the first Armour of God, Jackie Chan returned to battle for a sequel that’s bigger, better and even more daring. Witchcraft is a carnage fuelled splatter fest, and what lurks Beyond Darkness?
“On his most dangerous mission ever, the world’s toughest secret agent isn’t going in alone.”
Super7 is proud to announce Wave 2 of the New Japan Pro-Wrestling Ultimate Figures! Each 7-inch super-articulated deluxe action figure comes straight from The Ring’ to you, accurately painted, detailed, and featuring a variety of awesome interchangeable parts and accessories!
“King of Sports.”
Powerbomb is an indie horror/thriller focusing on a professional wrestling circuit, in which one fan wants to be part of the action but takes things too far… The story of a wrestler on the verge of breaking into the big time, but after years of struggling, contemplates leaving it all behind to spend more time with his family. When our wrestler’s biggest fan hears the news, he decides to take matters into his own hands to ensure that his champion gets to the top by any means necessary including extortion, kidnapping and even murder… Now, reality must face fantasy – in a true test of wills.
More superhero films now hit our cinema screens after the success of The Avengers (2012), and financially most of them make a killing. However, they are not without their detractors, pointing out how they are formulaic and lacking depth. But what about the superhero films before the post-2012 boom?
“With great power comes great responsibility.”
I have watched a lot of shite during the past decade, and whilst I can appreciate schlock, the following movies really got under my skin. This is my own personal purge; from 2010 to 2014.
“You have a darkness that rivals my own… It will be a very special pleasure to rip you apart.”
Inspired by a real-life race that is still held annually in Japan, Samurai Marathon is an epic sword slasher from director Bernard Rose and the team behind 13 Assassins and The Last Emperor.
Visionary director Takashi Miike also returns to the big screen with the wildly entertaining Tarantino-esque crime thriller First Love.
“For 260 years, Japan cut itself off from the world.”
Troma feeds your femme fatale needs with 1982’s fierce and funny fan-favourite, Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters, written by Charles Kaufman at Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn, NYC and The Grand Gerrard Theatre in Toronto, Canada, November 26th at 9:00 PM!
“I’m the best wrestler there is and I’m proud of it!”
Acclaimed action superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme directs and stars in The Quest (1996), an exotic odyssey that takes him from the slums of 1920s New York to the mysterious Lost City of Tibet.
Christopher Dubois is a street criminal on the run from the police, thrust into a forbidding realm of gun smugglers, pirates and an ancient, underworld martial arts competition.
“He never gave up in his quest to reclaim his honor.”
Troubled Hong Kong CID inspector Eddie Chan (Jackie Chan) is assigned to oversee the safety of controversial businessman Wong Yat-Fei (Law Kar-Ying), who is then kidnapped. A major investigation is launched and leads to Taipei and back to Hong Kong but, unbeknownst to Chan – his new partner, Inspector Hung (Kent Cheng) is an accomplice to the crime, throwing the authorities off the trail.