Nobody makes action movies with jaw-dropping body counts like they used to, so you’ve got to go back to the 1980s to resavor the experience. The next 35mm triple bill from the “Brew & View” crew offers corpses aplenty on Friday, Dec. 10, at Eastwood’s Palace Theatre, 2384 James St. At 7:30 p.m. is 1985’s Death Wish 3, which re-enlists urban avenger Charles Bronson (left) and original director Michael Winner in the liveliest, if not artistically challenging, of the four sequels, as Charlie blasts away most of Manhattan’s guntoting goons in an extended shootout that surely inspired video games down the road. At 9 p.m. is the 1982 cult thriller Vice Squad, a rousingly sleazeball yet stylishly filmed affair, with John Alcott, Stanley Kubrick’s favorite director of photography, behind the camera. A Los Angeles hooker (Season Hubley) tries to bring down a vicious pimp (Wings Hauser, who also sings the title theme “Neon Slime”) who just whacked another pavement princess (Nina Blackwood in her MTV veejay days). Saving the best for last is the 10:30 p.m. screening of Shogun Assassin, the inspired 1980 mash-up of two features in Japan’s Lone Wolf and Cub series about a samurai dad (Tomisaburo Wakayama) and his toddler son (right) strolling across some bad turf in a baby carriage that’s equipped like an arsenal. With so much stylized violence compressed into 85 taut minutes, this kinetic carnage even made Reagan-era grindhouse audiences a little woozy. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for students. For more information, call 436-4723.