TGD Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of “Predator” by Honoring Dutch’s Fallen Comrades

Kevin: If there was any doubt that 1987 was one of the best years ever for classic action films, how about the fact that Tough Guy Digest had barely gotten done celebrating the unofficial 30th anniversary of “Lethal Weapon” last week before we realized that “Predator” also came out on this day three decades ago … Continue reading TGD Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of “Predator” by Honoring Dutch’s Fallen Comrades

Review: Kevin Feels Super Empowered After Seeing “Wonder Woman”

Kevin: You’re probably aware that “Wonder Woman” made movie history last weekend, as after a year and a half we finally discovered who took that photo that Diana was so anxious to get back from Lex Luthor in “Batman v. Superman.” Well it turns out it was some old French guy. Now that one of the … Continue reading Review: Kevin Feels Super Empowered After Seeing “Wonder Woman”

“Have You Ever Met Anybody You Didn’t Kill?”: The Round Table Celebrates 30 Years of “Lethal Weapon”

Kevin: Although it technically came out in March of 1987, today the stars of “Lethal Weapon” joined together to celebrate the original film’s 30th anniversary (and are you gonna be the one to tell Mel Gibson he’s got the wrong date?). To add to the celebration, Tough Guy Digest is turning back the clock to … Continue reading “Have You Ever Met Anybody You Didn’t Kill?”: The Round Table Celebrates 30 Years of “Lethal Weapon”

Before “Beauty and the Beast,” Dan Stevens was a Much Cooler Monster in “The Guest”

Kevin: When Disney announced it was doing a live-action version of their animated classic “Beauty and the Beast,” many people assumed it would be a soulless and pointless cash grab. Then the film – out yesterday on digital and DVD/Blu-ray – was finally released and it turned out they were right, but at least it … Continue reading Before “Beauty and the Beast,” Dan Stevens was a Much Cooler Monster in “The Guest”

Flashback: Forget Nashville, the Biggest Predator Pittsburgh Ever Faced in the Stanley Cup was Powers Boothe in 1995’s “Sudden Death”

Kevin: With Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals moving to Nashville tomorrow, the Pittsburgh Penguins are firmly in the driver’s seat after taking a 2-0 lead this week. Anything can happen in the Stanley Cup though, as Jean-Claude Van Damme proved in his 1995 “Die Hard” rip-off “Sudden Death.” No matter how this series … Continue reading Flashback: Forget Nashville, the Biggest Predator Pittsburgh Ever Faced in the Stanley Cup was Powers Boothe in 1995’s “Sudden Death”

TGD Celebrates Clint Eastwood’s Birthday By Watching Him Shoot Really Stupid Criminals in “Sudden Impact”

Kevin: Today is an important date in the history of cinema, as it marks the birth of Scott Eastwood’s father, Clint Eastwood, 87 years ago in San Francisco. In addition to siring future multiple Oscar-winner Scott with a stewardess in the mid-‘80s, Clint has been known to act in and direct a movie or two on occasion, including … Continue reading TGD Celebrates Clint Eastwood’s Birthday By Watching Him Shoot Really Stupid Criminals in “Sudden Impact”

Following “Baywatch” and “Pirates” Box Office Debacle, TGD Highlights Previous Memorial Day Hits and Misses

Kevin: It looks like a lot of Americans were more interested in cooking hot dogs and hitting the beach than going to the movies this past Memorial Day, as box office earnings for the four-day weekend were the lowest for that period since 1999, mainly due to the underperforming “Pirates 5,” the second-week nosedive of “Alien: … Continue reading Following “Baywatch” and “Pirates” Box Office Debacle, TGD Highlights Previous Memorial Day Hits and Misses