THE HIT LIST: December 7, 2020
It’s been a long time coming for those of you who waited to see if the Hit List would return. Welp, if only for a different pace than usual, I can most certainly say that it is. And to start, as always, is a hefty playlist of stunt reels by some of today’s best and brightest of their field, beginning with Alyma Dorsey who just recently earned a new notch on her belt for her first stunt coordinator credit on a new shortfilm project coming soon.
Following Dorsey are Bethany Curry, Bryan Vigier, Amy Sturdivant, Daisy Fryer, Girvan Bramble, Malin Kirjonen, Brittania Fader, Rodney Alexandre, Erin Haus, Devyn LaBella, Braxton McAllister, Jackie Gerhardy, Ilana Collins, Dee Yoon, Ilyana Eberhardt, Liu Yaxi and Thom Williams, and exhilirating stunt and fight coordinator reels by J.J. Perry, Airon Armstrong, Vincent Wang and Evan Dane Taylor.
We got trailers as well! Two of them, courtesy of the kind Aussies at Silver Harvest with kung fu short, Battle Of Brothers, and Felix Fukuyoshi on both ends of lends for the nostalgic Duty – Out Of Line with Julie Schunevitsch.
Onward we go to the fights and films of The Hit List for this installment courtesy of channels by Shawn Bernal, Sergi Subito, Patrick Chu, Ken Do, Haruki Yoshida, the LK Stunt Team channel, Rustic B., Kai Young and Keanu Lam.
Kyle Murillo battles Negakyle for his own Scott Pilgrim spin, Duhyon Kun and John Wongso go toe-to-toe in Therese Chen’s Intercept, Saga Action Arts pays homage to the action in The Witcher with Jaine Ye and Dylan Hintz, Jeffim Sheroky faces Execution, Bill Teck and Moose Matson unveil Wrong Reel’s Hobo With A High Kick, and Ben Schamma (a.k.a. Maul Cosplay) jacks you into the action for Vi-Dan Tran’s Cyberpunk 2077: Phoenix Program, with Paul Cless and Andy Long.
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Native New Yorker. Lover of all things pizza, chocolate, pets, and good friends. Karaoke hero. Left of center. Survivor. Fond supporter of cult, obscure and independent cinema - especially fond of Asian movies and global action cinema. Author of the bi-weekly Hit List. Founder and editor of Film Combat Syndicate. Still, very much, only human.
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