Kevin: Well with the summer movie season getting ready to kick off with “Avengers: Infinity War” in a couple of weeks, CJ and I decided to check out the last of the spring blockbusters over the weekend with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s “Rampage,” which is based on the ‘80s arcade game in the same way … Continue reading Review: Kevin and CJ Saw a Giant Gorilla Fight a Giant Alligator, Plus They Also Watched The Rock’s “Rampage”
Kevin: Heaven just got a little more foul-mouthed since the passing of America’s favorite abusive drill instructor, R. Lee Ermey, from complications from pneumonia yesterday at the age of 74. Disproving the axiom that there are no second acts in life, Ermey was medically discharged from the Marines in 1972, and while his subsequent stint … Continue reading RIP Gunny: Celebrating R. Lee Ermey’s Finest Moment in Steven Seagal’s “On Deadly Ground”
Kevin: The most creatively exciting actor/director pairing since De Niro and Scorsese is back in theaters this weekend with “Rampage,” the newest collaboration between Dwayne Johnson and Brad (“Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” “San Andreas”) Petyon, in which The Rock finds himself having to keep three giant creatures from destroying Chicago. Hopefully he does a … Continue reading Friday Flashback: Before Battling Monsters in “Rampage,” Dwayne Johnson Was the World’s Worst First Responder in “San Andreas”
Kevin: I have to admit I've been kind of looking forward to "The Meg" for a while, mainly because we haven't had a good big-budget shark attack movie since "Deep Blue Sea" (don't even bother trying to argue on behalf of "The Shallows,” one of the worst movies I’ve seen in a theater in years). … Continue reading “The Meg” Trailer Promises Jason Statham vs. Giant Shark, So Why Aren’t We More Excited?
Kevin: Last year we celebrated Steven Seagal’s birthday with a comprehensive look back at the life and career of one of the most unlikely movie stars ever to come out of Hollywood, whose quick rise and fall from the Tinseltown A-list still gave us some of our favorite moments from our favorite period in action … Continue reading Birthday Boy Steven Seagal Appeared on the Most Bizarre “Roseanne” Episode Ever, and We Have the Pics to Prove It
Kevin: Tough Guy Digest is back after a Spring Break hiatus that went on longer than we expected, mainly because we all have a lot of shit going on right now, so back off! Sorry that was uncalled for, we're just a little peeved due to the fact that "Hurricane Heist" blew into and out … Continue reading Review: TGD is Back, as CJ Answers All of Kevin’s Burning “Pacific Rim Uprising” Questions
Kevin: It’s Spring Break week for Tough Guy Digest, which means sun, sand, and lots of hot R-rated nudity and adult situations. At least that’s what we were promised as kids by movies like 1983’s “Spring Break,” back when audiences apparently couldn’t get enough of movies about dumb white guys on vacation trying to score … Continue reading TGD is Taking Spring Break Off to Watch Sex-Filled Spring Break Movies, like 1983’s “Spring Break”!
Kevin: So CJ you and I just took part in a pretty historic event: we saw a Bruce Willis movie in an actual movie theater! That’s right, for the first time in what feels like forever, a Bruce Willis movie didn’t go pretty much directly to VOD, it had higher-quality costars than 50 Cent, Kellan … Continue reading Review: It’s Bruce vs. Bronson, as Kevin and CJ Line Up the “Death Wish” Remake in Their Sights
Kevin: It’s that time of year again, when Hollywood’s biggest players take time away from sexually harassing each other and stealing people’s ideas to lecture the rest of America about morals and ethics. Otherwise known as the Academy Awards! Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are reportedly returning after last year’s epic Best Picture flub, which … Continue reading Friday Flashback: The Award for Most Entertaining Trainwreck Oscars Ceremony Goes to … “The Bodyguard!”
Kevin: This year’s Best Supporting Actor/Actress Oscar categories contain a number of worthy performers, including Allison Janney, Willem Dafoe, Laurie Metcalf, and Christopher Plummer, whose long and distinguished history of keeping his hands off Anthony Rapp allowed him to take over the role originally played by Kevin Spacey in Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in … Continue reading TGD Alternate Oscars: The Award for Most Valiant Attempt at Taking James Franco Seriously Goes to … the Cast of “Alien: Covenant”!