Just over a year ago, I introduced you all to a short film from Eric Jacobus and the Stunt People by the name of Rope-A-Dope. A martial arts mash-up between Groundhog Day and Police Story, Rope-A-Dope saw the titular dopey protagonist repeatedly trounced and tossed
My dear readers, today you are in for a treat. It’s no small thing when I say this may well be one of the best short films I’ve ever seen on YouTube, and undoubtedly one with the best fight choreography. Allow me to introduce The
The Crow remake has been in the news a lot recently in the last few weeks, after finally settling a lawsuit with Miramax over film rights that has kept it from moving forward until now. Mainly making waves with rumored casting decisions over just who will play
As I’ve said before, I love old school action movies. Ranging from Bruce Lee’s chop-socky kung-fu fests, Errol Flynn’s swashbuckling classics to the Clint Eastwood cop dramas of the seventies and eighties. However, none of those can gold a candle to my greatest guilty pleasure,
Tommorow I expect to go to the movies to see the opening of the new martial arts movie, The Warriors Way. As you can expect, I am preparing by indulging myself by watching as many films from this favorite sub-genre of mine as humanly possible.
Seventy years ago yesterday, kung fu legend Bruce Lee was born. Ever since a friend of mine had me watch Enter the Dragon, I have been a proud member of the legions of fans of this Kung Fu Legend. Born in San Francisco in 1940, Bruce