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Jackie Chan Joins The John Wick/Taken Genre

Jackie Chan has had an interesting time trying to connect to Western audiences over the years.  Sure, during the late 70s and early 80s many could see him in dubbed versions of Shaolin Wooden Men, New Fist Of Fury, etc.  But Chan and his producer friends were always eager to cross the ocean in between […]

Kain’s Quest: Missing In Action

Missing In Action (1984) Let’s talk some Chuck! Discuss

Kain’s Quest: The Raid

The Raid (2011) It’s about time we did one on this awesome little movie.  From the director of Merantau. Discuss

Savage Dog trailer

Ah, yes.  I’m of the opinion that one of the great underrated directors of the DTV action scene is Jesse V. Johnson, who clawed his way up from doing cheap but promising features like 2005’s Pit Fighter (which also has Scott Adkins), 2007’s The Last Sentinel (a creative post-apocalyptic film featuring Don Wilson), 2008’s The […]

Kain’s Quest: The Arena

The Arena (1974) Kain checks out some of the infamous Women In Prison flicks, and chooses a favorite. If you have something you want to see me talk about specifically (as long as it relates to Action somehow), drop me a line at (subject line: KainsQuest) or go HERE in the forums.

Kain’s Quest: Yes, Madam

Yes, Madam (1985) Kain watches the criminally underseen cult classic that started the “Girls With Guns” craze of Hong Kong films and launched the careers of two action legends! Discuss

Top 5 Action Films Of 2016

Another Kain’s List, where Kain goes over a year’s worth of Action films to find his top gems of the year. Discuss

Shaky-Cam Is Censorship

  Kain explores the origins and problems of this all too-common visual technique. Discuss

Railroad Tigers, Jackie Chan’s New Film, Has A Trailer

While Chan’s more recent work has been hit and miss with me, I have to admit there is something charming about this trailer.  Maybe it’s the way it harkens back to The Good, The Bad, The Weird, which was a fun South Korean flick.  Railroad Tigers is getting a Stateside release, which is excellent news […]