The second pic reveals Film Combat Syndicate favorite, actress and filmmaker Yadi Nieves, in the first of a few teaser images now viral for an upcoming project from Distinctive Light Entertainment.
Last and far from least are two trailers – the first of which entails, Netfights, with a premise that delves into more archaic means for irreconcilable differences. This one comes courtesy of writer, producer and director Eoin O’Brien who also stars next to Alex Winters and Kelly Jones.
Three Dragons comprises all you need to know regarding the second trailer which has Troy Butler, Pat Chu and Jason Elwood Hanna teasing with a taste of things to come in their own forthcoming shortfilm.
Jay Kwon kicks off this last segment of the Hit List on the action end of things lensing Anthony Oh and Vonzino Simmons, as does Fire Bunny Films with Oshima Haruka and Darlene Rae trading a few blows of their own. Trackabangbang continues the momentum with a recent four-way melee for battery power and chivalry featuring Lauriane Roualt, Anthony Pho, Drhyan Dray and Jordan Pavlik while Anthony Javier rolls out this week with silent action comedy skit, Don’t Mess With The Cook, Mickey Arce and the and the Brothers Nguyen get it on at Lunar Stunts in Rumble In The Jungle, and Angela Jordan brings her A-game in her most dangerous and epic battle yet over at Art School Dropouts in Intern vs. Fly.
Mikko Löppönen returns this week with a camera test action vid soaked in brutality featuring Jessica Wolff and Judit Sziva before filmmaker and actor Tanner Jubert makes the Hit List this week with his latest assassin comedy, The Chronicles Of Damien Price. Tanja Keller makes her shortfilm debut on both sides of the lens this week in Beyond Return with action powerhouse, Ron Smoorenburg, and the launch of Online Action Project breathes new life into Brazil’s action talents with action comedy short, Five Minutes Without Losing Friendship, featuring Renan Da Silva Medeiros and Bruno Prilip Do Carmo.
Finishing the playlist is last week’s full-on debut of Jaze Phua’s new webseries, The Rule Breakers. Phua directs and leads the cast expanding its concept from two 2014 shortfilms that now see what was once an all-boys school descend into chaos following its merger with an all-girls institution. James Fong and Grace Teo also star among the cast for its current five-episode run, the next of which arrives Thursday from JUO Productions.
Enjoy the hits!