APOCALYPSE THEN AND NOW: An Interview With Alex Chung
While I won’t hammer on and on about my small contribution to indie action and comedy, the project did finally give me the opportunity to talk to Chung and share a little about himself in an interview. Having followed his adventures in collusion with his own team, Eclipse Stunts for up to three years now, he’s proven himself to be another fine talent whose boldness behind the camera has led to some wild, wacky and entertaining results – one including his most recent action horror piece, Werewolf Assassin.
The Official Trailer For WEREWOLF ASSASSIN Howls Online
Appearing only during full moons, the Werewolf Assassin hunts and mutilates its targets, leaving a trail of blood and body parts that catches the attention of both the government and a mad scientist who’s building an army of cyber-zombies.
Watch Alex Chung Fight Himself As Hard As He Can In HIT ME!
Opinions may differ in certain volumes when it comes to the movie, Fight Club, the 1999 dark-comedy crime caper centered on a schizophrenic forced to confront the terroristic manifestations of his inner-self. However, one thing that is certain is that the film does have its share of fans, including Eclipse Stunts member, actor and independent filmmaker Alex Chung, who recently aired his own fan contribution with the new action short, Hit Me, with fellow performer Rjay Garcia.
I have to say, out of all of the online shorts I have seen, Hit Me might be the first time I have seen something like this. And in my honest opinion, this is nothing short of one heck of an impressive variation of something David Fincher made awesomely memorable. And I think would be proud of it.
Yes, I am Jack’s sesne of fulfillment.
Watch, and subscribe, and stay tuned for more updates on Chung‘s film endeavors into the year!
A Lawless City Meets A New Breed Of Hero In BIKE COP!
Independent filmmaker Julian Wilkins launched his new webseries this week titled Bike Cop. Formerly titled Bike Cop: Begins, development on the project has been on-going for a couple of years now and underwent a few changes before initially crowdfunded for the purpose of an ambitious new independent action film from Canada-based Red Eye Studios.
Eclipse Stunts Return To The Old Battleground In The New Teaser For HALLOWED 2
Eclipse Stunts co-founders, actors DL MacDonald and Alex Chung released their new teaser for the upcoming shortfilm, Hallowed 2, which also stars Wei-Hsin Lee, Emily Huynh, R.J. Tumanguil, and Jonathan Pang. The shortfilm is a loose follow up to the previously released short fight film, Hallowed which aired back in January.
Today In Training: D.L. MacDonald, Tyler Williams and Dennis Lafond
When stunt teams collaborate, creativity sprouts, imaginations soar and great things tend to happen. The filmmaking process is an example of this, and I know for a fact that we are going to see some really, truly awesome things from the independent action industry as the year progresses. And being that I just discovered O.S.S. as I am posting this, boy do I have my work cut out for me! Lol