The short is just the latest to arrive from Shakesheff in the weeks since the announcement of his latest starring and directorial debut, Kamikaze which is now available on DVD in the U.S. courtesy of Indican Pictures. It's the first film of its kind to come out of Wales and Shakesheff's work, stemming from his credits as a bonafide Hollywood stuntman and extended further to online netizens and fans of martial arts action is sure to further put Wales on the map for years to come.
Last in the playlist, and with all the promise of talent on usual display by such a fine group, is Pokemon Go Crazy, featuring Lorenz Hideyoshi in a lead role that nonetheless iterates why you don't hit a man with glasses... especially when he snaps and turns into an outward kung fu demon. Taking to task alongside Hideyoshi is martial artist and stuntman Andy Long opposite Martial Club's own Andy Le, Brian Le, Du Au and Lin He Rong in a riproaring feat of martial arts comedy that proves every bit of mettle these guys have endured to become the astute stunt professionals they are today, and I can announce that I will soon have an interview published with one of these amazing performers in due time! 😉