I still have folks asking me just when the heck I’m bringing the Hit List back. That time will come eventually. I don’t know when, but it’s coming.
In the meantime, I’ll still allow myself to publish minor bits of news here promoting some of the fine creatives still doing exemplary work for action fans among netizens and that especially goes for Joey Min and the rest of the miscreants over at Art School Dropouts.
Fact is, “Lady”, the name of one of their recent brainchildren of the last several years, has become a personal fan favorite of mine, and while I can’t urge Min enough to build a feature length story around her character, it’s nice to know that at least during quarantimes he’s still able to put out some smaller scale gems.
Enter The Lady From Nowhere, which runs at about maybe five minutes or so, and it’s the channel’s third iteration of the dark and brutal world of vengeance and vigilantism heralded by none other than ASDO’s in-house talent, Stephanie Pham.
It’s also a rarity for the channel as it’s usually more focused on a light-hearted and family friendly feel with its shortfilm and vlog content, and Min’s feature debut, the zany and outlandish Yes, Auntie! also starring Robert Samuels and Leroy Nguyen is no different.
Alas, it’s a change of pace for Min, and a fun one at that. Brutal action? Bloodletting? Martial arts thrills and storied retribution? Pham’s “Lady” is all about that life, and you can sample that both here and here until The Lady From Nowhere arrives in December.