Posted On:9/23/2011 9:01pm
So, for the past few weeks I've been lucky enough to be living my dream and helping to make movies instead of just talking about them. We're almost done with principal filming, but we need some help to finish this thing up. Click HERE to check out our fundraiser website, if any of it looks cool to you, please donate anything you can. I can guarantee you that every cent will go towards the production of this movie, and you can get some pretty awesome swag too.
Obviously, since I'm part of the film, I wouldn't feel right posting a review of the movie proper. However, I will say that everything we've done so far has been absolutely fantastic and this will definitely be something to watch when it's done. Eric Jacobus (of The Stunt People) and Johnny Yong Bosch (former Power Ranger and current voice-over artist) both bring their A-game, and there's plenty of brutal fights with some great effects. It's funny, it's intense, there's even some really good story to go along with it. Check out the trailer, check out the sites, and help us finish this up in any way that you can!
The Stunt People website: http://www.thestuntpeople.com/
Last edited by Conde Koma; 9/23/2011 9:43pm at .
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Posted On:9/23/2011 9:46pm
How was the fight choreography done?
Eric Jacobus has TKD, Hapkido, and "1 year Shaolin" on his MA resume. I can't find much on the ex-Power Ranger's background..
There is some very interesting stuff going on there...
Posted On:9/23/2011 9:59pm
mostly planned out the day of the shoot, eric has some ideas going in, but then we just kind of wing it from there.
johnny started doing shaolin, he's picked up other stuff here and there since.
Posted On:10/13/2011 2:06am
hey guys! just a week left for our indiegogo campaign! if there's anything you can do to help us out, we'd really appreciate it, and you can even get some cool swag!
also, check out this vid from behind the scenes! it's like they're in the matrix!
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