It’s been a minute since B-Movie Enema did anything with Chuck Norris, hasn’t it?
Yeah, in fact, it’s kind of surprising that this blog hasn’t done even more with the kung fu, karate chopping, 80s superstar. In the six and a half years of this blog being kind of a constantly running thing, this week’s movie, Silent Rage, is only the fourth movie I’ve covered starring the man with the plan, Chuck motherfuckin’ Norris.
Before we get into the movie, let’s talk a little bit about the man, the legend, the omnipresence that is Carlos Ray Norris.
Continue reading “Silent Rage (1982)”
Aw shit yeah octagons.
They tell us to stop our cars. They are used all over the place for shady fighting tournaments. They have eight, count ’em EIGHT, sides. You know why octagons are so fuckin’ badass?
Because they ain’t no squares, that’s why.
Then there’s Chuck Norris. Chuck Norris does not wear a condom – because there is no protection from Chuck Norris. Chuck Norris has counted to infinity – twice. They once made Chuck Norris brand toilet paper, but he wouldn’t take shit from anybody. The chief export of Chuck Norris is PAIN. Continue reading “The Octagon (1980)”
Whoa-ho boy. It’s been far too long since I last talked about a Cannon Films/Chuck Norris action flick, and I think now’s as good a time as any to revisit the 80s’ greatest hero.
For this week, I decided to cover the one Chuck Norris movie I’ve seen more than any other – Firewalker. When I was a kid, this movie was on HBO or some other cable channel ALL THE TIME. It’s just a good old fashioned Chuck Norris flick that tries so hard to be Indiana Jones. Also Academy Award Winner Lou Gossett is there too. And Melody Anderson who I think almost every guy my age had a crush on, thanks in no small part to Flash Gordon. Continue reading “Firewalker (1986)”
Welcome back to B-Movie Enema. Your weekly dose of bad movies, and sweet baby Jesus, do we have what will sure be a doozy. Not only are we jumping back into the Cannon Films library, but we’re going to be looking at a Chuck Norris classic.
Not just any Chuck Norris classic, either… The mother of all Chuck Norris classics – The Delta Force.
In the mid 1980s, we were in a pretty interesting time. The Cold War was starting to slow down a bit as the USSR had a leader who was no longer seemingly interested in being our enemy. The Monkees were celebrating their 20th anniversary. Ronald Reagan was in charge and patriotism seemed to be at an all time high. Continue reading “The Delta Force (1986)”