THE HIT LIST - October 24, 2016
Next up is a period fantasy short that's been a longtime coming from filmmaker Kiyun Sung and action director Joey Min. Hailing from Baek Ho Productions, The Destined King, marking the first Korean fusion-historical short film shot entirely in the U.S., is finally online and stars Hugh Cha and Christopher Kim in the story of a fugitive soldier on the run with a young infant and forced to confront his student while the fate of throne hangs in the balance. It's an officially selected work with numerous festival nods to its name and you can learn more about it at the official website.
Last and far from least is the latest display of thrilling action and drama storytelling from award-winning actor and director Shaun Piccinino and the creative minds at Truly Indie Studios with episode 2 of Six Feet Down Under. Conspiracy, vengeance and danger ensue with the return of actor Guy Grundy as mob boss Mr. Ryan's number one trusted hitman, Mick, as he sets out to take down a band of ruthless Yakuza henchmen led by boss Ichi, played by actor and martial artist Yoshua Sudarso. Veteran actor Vernon Wells also returns as well as Piccinino, actor Aaron Schoenke and actress Tatiana DeKhytar since the webseries premiered earlier this year.