You'll learn more about it at the bottom of this week's installment of The Hit List, all fresh and ready to go with another weekly round of amazing stunt and training reels by some of today's talented stunt performers and up-and-comers. Victor Plajas revs things up some with his own new reel followed by Erika Frase and 12 year old Bryton Miller whose own reel comes with a famous, uplifting movie monologue from a certain star of a boxing movie franchise.
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Down the wire it is for this week's Hit List and with a slate of nine videos from around the web, we kick it off with Andrew Kim's latest test fight shindig with Gee "Lil' Bomb" Jay and Miguelina Olivares, Leif Johnson's latest pair of lensing fight practice collab over in the U.K. with performers Tien Hoang, Wai Ku Lam and Jean-Paul Ly, followed by stuntman Kai Fung Rieck's own practice action upload with a nimble group of stunt players over at the acclaimed Seoul Action School.
En route to finishing up this week's entries, we meet actor, martial artist and filmmaker Troy Sandford who initially came across our way several months back with a martial arts webseries titled The Challenger, among other projects. This time he returns with co-director Marcel Brandel for the inspired new action horror short, The Cool: No Heaven For A Gangster, taking cues from acclaimed hip-hop artist, Lupe Fiasco's 2006 album, "Food & Liquor" and ultimately delivering a hybrid visionary concept with a powerful message...
Either that or you just get to listen to cool music and watch a zombie whoop some ass. Sound better?