THE HIT LIST - June 20, 2016
Onto some promotional goods, and to start things off, we have a set of eleven stills from Prizrak. Ronnie James Hughes makes his latest foray into film here with Cinematic Fight Studio's own, filmmaker Lawrence Yip with a story tentatively being packaged as a proof-of-concept which is already wrapped filming and is currently in post. Guess what you may of the plot, however, while the title itself is Russian for the word "Ghost", and its stills are now available for you to see Hughes in ghoulishly badass form.
From there, we have two videos following up on projects we've covered before here in some form or another. Actress and stuntwoman Olivia Dunkley headlines the first, a webseries teaser for Robert Griffith's The Sandra West Diaries: Silencers & Miniskirts, spinning off Griffith's most recent successful 60's-themed Super7even webseries and indie feature. The second is the teaser for episode two of Six Feet Down Under, the newest webseries from Machinima and the folks over at Truly Indie Studios starring Guy Grundy in the story of a hired gun whose adherances to loyalty and honor make him a target for his employer's evil treacherous son. Actors and martial artists Brian Le and Power Rangers: Dino Charge star Yoshua Sudarso also star.
Off to the cookies-n-cream of each and every Hit List long after the stunts are demoed and reeled: The fights! Tokusatsu filmmaker Bueno gives us a light-sampling of his work at B.O.S. Action Studio in Tokyo, Japan while LBP'S Emmanuel Manzanares is back behind the lens for another exciting fight gem between Nate Hitpas and Tony Vittorioso - The two have been training together since 2009, so you can pretty much guess if there were any two performers who can gel nicely on screen together, it's these two.
Following that is a slick new gunfight concept from a group led by Jason Mello, Formula Arts Movement's prequel outing, The Package: Godfather with Noah Fleder, Brian Le and Yoshua Sudarso, and a dose of brutal slapstick and fisticuffs with Christopher Troy and James Croak in Leo Kei Angelos's Hobo Fightttt (yes, you read that correctly).