Jonathan Pryce gets his Rupert Murdoch on.
Ringo Lam helps Jean-Claude up his action game.
The Muscles from Brussels steps behind the camera.
Jean-Claude dies hard in a hockey rink. Penguins mascot pays the price.
Our resident Fast & Furious expert, Stew Smith, offers up his review of the latest installment.
Stew looks back at the film that was the genesis of his Van Damme fandom.
We make Stew watch the Exorcist for the first time, and he writes about the experience.
I kind of feel bad for Timecop. Whatever came after Hard Target was always going to
Chris Hemsworth headlines Stew's dream cast.
Hard Target is a special movie. Now, most of you are either rolling your eyes or
Not every great story has yet been turned into a TV series or movie. Adapt This Now is
A movie like Nowhere to Run tests the dedication I have to this column, at least
All of Jean-Claude Van Damme’s films thus far have been smaller affairs, little soirees that often
Now this is more like it. While Jean-Claude Van Damme’s earliest years on the silver screen
We interrupt our chronological examination of the works of Jean-Claude Van Damme to bring you this
So. Death Warrant. It’s been about two months since I last posted a new Report, but
Lionheart is a film that many Jean-Claude Van Damme fans often cite as one of his
When the lights go down and Furious 6 roars to life in theaters this weekend, audiences
In the intro to part one of this retrospective, I stated that the Fast & Furious
Stew re-examines the first two Fast & Furious movies.
Kickboxer might be the quintessential Jean-Claude Van Damme movie. He’s got other films that are more
There are, generally speaking, two kinds of Jean-Claude Van Damme movies. The first kind being the