Double Edged Double Bill Episode 167 – Jean-Claude Van Damme Is a Timecop with a Lionheart

Folks, you better practice your splits because this week Double Edged Double Bill is covering Jean-Claude Van Damme films! Yes, Adam and Thomas are looking at two films starring the Muscles from Brussels that speak to all the charming weirdness of his action star persona. First, Van Damme travels to the past with a sweet mullet in Timecop! Then, Van Damme proves he has the heart of a lion and the buttocks of a very fit Belgian in Lionheart! Together, Adam and Thomas answer all the crucial questions. What made Van Damme stick out from other 90s action heroes? How many camera angles does one need to capture a single Van Damme kick or punch? Which two picks will they choose for next week’s topic of Men on a Mission films? Well, tune in after you’re done traveling to 1994 with your bucket of KFC to find out!

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