I hope everyone’s weekend was good! I got to see a cool little sci-fi thriller via screener and review it, and I’m eagerly looking forward to the coverage for a few projects I’ve had my eye over the weekend as well.
In the meantime, The Hit List is live once again and with the usual exciting playlists of stunt reels from top and ascending performers like the following: Khalid Ghajji, Lee Chesley, Maxime Coulon, Ben Sanchez, Emily Newman, Chris Quan Yong, Carrie Bernans, Mario Flippi, Ivy Haralson, James Gamban II, Elizabeth Blackwell, Branden Arnold, Ilyana Eberhardt, Gaetan Caillot, Taylor Krasne, Wesley Lambert, Danielle Valhala, Scott Kirkbride, Cameron Tubbs, Aristoteli Zherdi, Chelsea Goldsmith, Skylar Mowatt, Jennifer Mitchell, Tracy Woode Jr., Cole Eckert, Kaanchana Kerr, Victor Chong, Julia Frith, and stunt coordinator William Washington.
Trailers ars abound and firstly comes from Dom Fred Films and martial artist and actor Max Repossi with The Immortal. Following that is the official trailer for Mark Andrews’s supernatural action horror, Circle Of Stone, the newest trailer for Alex Chung‘s latest film festival darling, Teenage Love, and the official shortfilm trailer for Kung Fu Brawl, which I’ll have more to write about in the weeks and months ahead.
Time to list the hits for this week’s Fights And Films section, kicking it off with Justin Chang and Kosey Baskin from Andrew Franklin, and Drew Martyn and Jonathan Kaya from Shawn Bernal.
Angela Lynn returns to the Hit List with an oldie/goodie opposite E. Calvin Ahn and Jared Blake DiCroce, followed by Kevin James who is apparently making online shorts via his YouTube channel – his latest one also featuring Paris Berelc, and the one and only slice of pizza in the room!
Next up is a pair of videos from Gaetan Caillot’s YouTube channel, as well as the latest from Tri Images Productions, a sweet fight choreography demo at Yoann Roucaud’s channel, and Art School Dropouts knifing it out with Joey Min and Hector Soria.
Rounding it all out is Adah Sharma in Kitchen Kung Fu from Force Square, and Bryan Sloyer’s recent jam with Jay Kwon by the legendary Emmanuel Manzanares.
Enjoy the hits!
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.