Adam Drescher, known best to the world of knives for his stingray leather supply company, recently appeared alongside Clint Eastwood in the movie, "The Mule."
The knives used in Rambo V: Last Blood will be made by Dietmar Pohl, a German knifemaker. See photos and read more about this iconic movie franchise here.
What's a great way to spend time in the knife shop with kids? Show them how to make knives from their favorite TV shows and movies.
After years of being as mythical as its title character, the fifth movie in the Rambo franchise, Rambo V, is slated for a fall 2019 release
Here's a look at a movie knife classic, First Blood, and a movie that borrowed generously from the Rambo universe. Spoiler alert: ripping off Rambo is never a good idea.
The 2018 Tomb Raider movie, starring Alicia Vikander, has Lara Croft sporting the climbing axe made popular by the video games.
Here are eight things you may not know about "Forged in Fire," the popular knifemaking television show, as sourced from BLADE interviews with contestants.
The 1999 Joan of Arc movie, "The Messenger," failed to represent the swords of the 15th century correctly on screen. A better movie got it right in 1948.
It took a lot of work and research to create the Bowie knife used for the classic 1952 film, "The Iron Mistress." But when it was over, an icon would be born.
Take a look at the swords featured in the epic fantasy movie, "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings."
Johnny Strong doesn't only use knives for scenes in his action movies. He also makes them, with a little help from Wally Hayes.
Survival knives in movies don't have to be big, flashy pieces. The subtle lockback hunting knife in "The Edge," made by Brian Lyttle, proves function can trump form even in Hollywood.
Here's the behind-the-scenes story of the Gil Hibben Raptor, the fantasy knife featured in the 1995 movie, Mortal Kombat.
The knife made for the movie, "The Shadow," has roots in Buddhist exorcisms.
The knives featured in the 1992 movie, "The Last of the Mohicans," represent a slice of history. Here's how two custom knifemakers brought the story to life with their creations.