Jean-Claude Van Damme joins Arnold Schwarzenegger and Steven Seagal in the prestigious Last Row Podcast Five Timers Club, with this week’s episode featuring Hard Target. Topics include: John Woo’s US film debut, JCVD’s movie demands, Canadian tuxedos, mullets, Wilford Brimley’s inexplicable role, and hunting the most dangerous game.
The Last Row Podcast welcome Steven Seagal back for his fifth appearance on our watch list, this time alongside the late/great DMX in Exit Wounds. Drew and Badway are talking Seagal behind the scenes tantrums (of course), the underrated Tom Arnold, waterbeds in houseboats, the physics of shooting a bullet downward vs upward, and Michael Jai White’s undersized skin for his ripped bod. Finally, the guys stumble upon the perfect plan to both get crooked cops rich AND get the drugs off of the streets.
This week on The Last Row Podcast, the greatest buddy pod duo, Drew and Badway, break down the best buddy cop duo, Riggs and Murtaugh, from the 1987 classic Lethal Weapon. Topics include: “good” action movies vs “good/bad/Seagal” movies, bathtime for Dad, sending a loose cannon to diffuse a suicide attempt. Also, Badway ponders the thought of Danny Glover being a bad actor and getting away with it this whole time.
Drew and Badway fight for their lives to survive the most recent episode of The Last Row Podcast by analyzing the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, The Running Man. Topics include: Stephen King hating his novel adaptations, Richard Dawson’s heel turn, speculating on ICS’ game show lineup, showing love to Jesse Ventura, reminiscing on American Gladiators, and deciding how dangerous (or not) each Stalker was.
The Last Row Podcast is back with an episode longer than a flight to Val Verde, as Drew and Badway raid the 1985 Schwarzenegger classic, Commando. The guys discuss the production audibles that lead to the film’s increased body count, ghost henchmen, good dad Arnold, and an important PSA on garbage day etiquette.
Revenge is on the mind of The Last Row Podcast, as Drew and Badway analyze the 1991 Steven Seagal cult classic, Out For Justice. The guys are talkin’ Seagal’s offensive Italian/New York accent while disrespectfully wearing his grandpa’s military attire, comparing crack induced rage to Jim Carrey’s “Mask”, why documenting your own adultery with a drug lord’s girlfriend is not a great idea, and the logistic difficulties of using polaroid cameras in the bedroom. Also, Seagal beats up a bunch of scumbags in a basement bar.