Who remembers back in the VHS day when Roger Corman and Concorde/New Horizons Home Video was putting out a surplus of martial arts thrillers starring kickboxing champions. You know the ones I mean. When the opening credits hit, names like … Continue reading Review: The new MMA Infused Thriller MOJAVE DIAMONDS Stumbles in the Fighting Department but Ultimately Delivers Some Solid Indie Action Mayhem
Once again, nostalgia. I’ve been feeling it for a while now and it’s been more constant ever since I hit my half century mark last December. I’m not saying that today is horrible but it definitely doesn’t hold a candle … Continue reading Review: THE GETBACK is a Throwback Blend of Hard Hitting R Action & Unapologetic Buddy Comedy!
I do believe that actor and genre favorite Louis Mandylor might be seeking to overthrow Frank Grillo as the hardest working actor in action cinema. After all, just like Grillo, Mandylor seems to be popping in every other action film … Continue reading Exclusive Early Review: The New Thriller ADRENALINE with Louis Mandylor Earns its Name as a Lean, Tight Actioner with No Excuses!
Action fans know that Well Go USA’s streaming service which is appropriately called HI-YAH! will certainly attest to the fact that it’s a super value at only $3.99 a month and with the selection of ass kicking martial arts and … Continue reading Review: FOGGY MOUNTAIN- Peter Pham is a Lethal Lead in HI-YAH!’s Newest Hard Hitting Original Fight Flick!
Filmmaker Jesse V. Johnson is back in the director’s chair and this time he’s doing what he does best as he gives us the old-school action-packed thriller One Ranger starring The Punisher himself Thomas jane in a role he was … Continue reading Action Fix Podcast Review: Thomas Jane & Jesse V. Johnson Deliver Stone Age Justice in a Hi-Tech World in the Crowd Pleasing, Bullet Infused ONE RANGER!
I always wanted to watch a movie where terrorists invade a party at a ritzy hotel in hopes of gaining a certain objective only to find out that some members of said party are former spec ops operatives who give … Continue reading Review: Lundgren, Wilson & Fehr Battle Unwanted Wedding Crashers in the Old School, Drive-In Style Actioner THE BEST MAN
Anytime there’s a new Donnie Yen film out, it’s a cause for celebration. This month alone, we have had a one-two punch combo of Yen films starting with his magnificent turn in John Wick Chapter 4 where he stole the … Continue reading Review: Donnie Yen’s SAKRA is a Visually Amped Up Love Letter to Wuxia with Signature Action & Drama
Friday, April 7th was action and martial arts icon Jackie Chan’s birthday with the star celebrating his astounding 69th birthday. Chan has been prolific in action films both in Asia and North America for decades now and with his recent … Continue reading Review: Jackie Chan Delivers an Exciting Dose of Nostalgic Action, Heartfelt Drama & Signature Slapstick in RIDE ON!
What to do when you’re an aging spec ops soldier still looking for a war to fight and you find out your son is imprisoned for shooting an undercover cop. Such is the dilemma for the newest indie action offering … Continue reading Review: Director Brandon Slagle’s BREAKOUT is 86 Minutes of Lean, Mean Indie Action Cinema!
If there ever was a time we needed an injection of old school, kick ass Kung Fu cinema, it would be today. With John Wick Chapter 4 tearing it up at the worldwide box office, it’s once again cool for … Continue reading Review: Marko Zaror’s FIST OF THE CONDOR is a Bone Crunching Mixture of New Wave Fight Flick and Old School Kung Fu Slug Fest!
After a long delay, the last salvo in the John Wick franchise (at least for now) has finally assaulted theaters this weekend and the fourth entry in the blockbuster saga is worthy of being called one of, if not the, … Continue reading The Action Fix Podcast Review: JOHN WICK CHAPTER 4 is Action Perfection & Hands Down Contender for Best Film of the Year!
Norwegian body building champ Daniel Stisen, who made quite the impact in last year’s action fest Last Man Down is back and flexing his rather large biceps as a mercenary assassin in his newest starring vehicle The Siege. Stisen is … Continue reading Review: Hell Unleashed-Daniel Stisen Further Cements His Action Star Credentials in the Brutal, Hyper-Violent Actioner THE SIEGE!
I’m a little late to the party with my review of Alexander Nevsky’s first foray into the western genre with Gunfight at Rio Bravo but it’s finally here and with the film readying a UK release, well then, I’m early … Continue reading Action Fix Podcast Review: Alexander Nevsky Hits the Indie Action Target with Both Guns Blazing in GUNFIGHT AT RIO BRAVO!
It’s a week in since I had my shoulder surgery and the reviews are starting to flow through me and next up on the Action Fix Podcast is the newly release The Weapon starring Tony Schiena, Sean Patrick Flanery and … Continue reading Action Fix Podcast Review: THE WEAPON Boasts a Solid Anti-Hero in Tony Schiena in an Unfortunate Mediocre DTV Actioner
The new Vietnam war film Ambush is ready to hit Digital and VOD this Friday from Saban Films and we have your first look review for you on this episode of The Action Fix Podcast as I return from a … Continue reading Action Fix Podcast Review: The Vietnam War Film AMBUSH is a Visceral and Brutal Journey Punctuated by Bloody and Claustrophobic Battle Sequences!
By: Eoin Friel Review: It had been a few years since I last watched Highlander and for some reason I totally forgot it was a Cannon film which now makes me love it even more. It feels like only yesterday … Continue reading HIGHLANDER: Collector’s Edition (1986) 4K Blu-ray Review- THE ACTION ELITE
Better late than never I always say and after my sabbatical over the last two plus months, I’ve finally cemented the Official Action-Flix Top 10 of 2022. This year saw slim pickings if you were action film buff and hell, … Continue reading The ACTION-FLIX Best of 2022!
I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t the biggest fan of Tyrese Gibson. His performance as Roman in the Fast and Furious franchise was a little too much for me and even though he was comic relief, it … Continue reading Review: Tyrese Gibson Gives a Stone Cold Performance in the By the Numbers & Forgettable Prison Fight Film THE SYSTEM
After appearing in two recent movies where he was on screen for maybe a total of twenty minutes, action star Scott Adkins is back in the driver’s seat where he belongs as his passion project, Accident Man, finally sees its … Continue reading Review: ACCIDENT MAN: HITMAN’S HOLIDAY is a Delirious, Seamless Blend of Dark, Laugh Out Comedy and Second to None Hong Kong Style Fight Action!