Brute Nordic strength meets Thai fists, feet, and "how did he do that?" fury in this trailer for buddy-cop action thriller/B-movie schlockfest/1980s throwback Skin Trade. Need more? Ok: the villain is a gangster named "Dragovic" played by Ron Perlman. New trailer below ... pass the popcorn!
If you only watch one movie where a robot army takes on a zombie uprising, make it Battle of the Damned, the new film starring the one and only Dolph Lundgren. We've already admired the insane-in-the-membrane trailer, and now here's your first clip.
I mean, come on. Robots versus zombies seems like a pretty fair fight. But the trailer for the new movie Battle of the Damned — and I use the word "movie" loosely — stars Lundgren teaming up with the robots, and I'm pretty sure the living dead should crawl back in their graves if they don't want their decaying asses…
Kickpuncher Universal Soldier movie is coming out soon — and here's an excellent new trailer that ticks off all your boxes. Will Dolph Lundgren be screaming things like "YOUR MINDS ARE NOW YOUR OWN!"? Will Jean-Claude Van Damme be trashing lots of panes of glass while kicking and shooting big guns? Will…
It wasn't the R&B madness of Marvel Comics' 1980s parade floats, but the 1986 Masters of the Universe rig did an admirable job showcasing such crowd favorites as Mosquitor and Snout Spout. Does anybody know what Snout Spout's doing these days? I'd love to interview that guy. Dolph Lundgren narrated this performance …
Dolph Lundgren has unveiled Uwe Boll's latest cinematic masterpiece (after the insanely offensive Blubberella, naturally). It's a movie about a time-traveling Vietnam vet, who fights ninjas and knights. He's just screwing with us now, right?
If you don't quite understand the threat that cyber criminals pose to your online banking, let Norton explain: your bank account is like an adorable little unicorn and the hackers are like Dolph Lundgren with a flamethrower. See? Simple. [DailyWh.at]
We defrosted action icon Dolph "F—k You Spaceman" Lundgren and got a chance to chat about He-Man's leathery undies, the state of today's action films, and why he almost didn't reprise his role in Universal Soldier: Regeneration.
Everybody loves a supersoldier, especially when he's played by kickboxing master Van Damme. Now he's returning to his iconic role, to fight another supersoldier - in the ruins of Chernobyl! With Dolph Lundgren!
Dolph and JCVD are back, and kicking super-soldier ass, in Sony's $15 million Universal Soldier: Regeneration. This time, the aging super-soldiers must save the president's abducted children before a radioactive cloud kills us all. No, really. Check out the trailer!