Filmmaker Raimund Huber has a new movie coming out from Epic Pictures, just after the recent release of Kill Em' All. His latest film is called Dragonwolf, a "manga-style" shot action adventure about two assassins of the same company who become bitter rivals when a woman comes between them. The film stars Macha Polivka, writer Johan Kirsten and Kazu Patrick Tang who also serves as the film's action director and stunt coordinator along with Surin Kambooraung.
The Devil's Cauldron, a city where depravity and violence has forged a society in which only the lethal and callous can survive, two young men who possess the intellect and ferocity to flourish, carve a name for themselves as the most efficient and unstoppable hit men. Side by side, these two brothers are the deadliest killers, feared by even the most evil criminals. But when a woman of rare beauty mysteriously enters the brother's lives she blinds them with her sweet promises and turns them against each other, resulting in an epic battle that threatens to bring the Devil's Cauldron to the brink of destruction.
Raimund Huber's films are distinctive in portraying some dynamic martial arts choreography involving such familiar names as Ron Smoorenburg, Brahim Ackabbahke and Tim Man, all of whom have a had recent involvement in Isaac Florentine's latest film, Ninja 2 starring Scott Adkins, Mika Hiji, Kane Kosugi and Shun Sugata. Huber's films have garnished some mixed reviews on several sites, and even a straightforward critique on editing from industry action director and stunt performer Tim Man, who directed the action scenes for his previous film with Huber, Kill Em' All, in an interview with Dan's Movie Report back in January of 2013.
Hopefully we will hear soon Huber's efforts with Dragonwolf as we approach a news of a release date. Stay tuned.