Eric Jacobus and fellow Bay Area indie filmmaker Darren Holmquist kick it in slow motion in Grave Error. A bearded dude brings a shovel to your master's grave. What would you do? Kick each other! Obviously. The imagery is beautiful thanks to the camerawork and color editing of Huy Vu. Also special thanks must be [...]
Eric has created a Google Map that stunt professionals and teams can "pin" to mark their location. Be as specific as you want. Add links to your IMDB, demo reel, or website to make your pin look more legit. Happy Networking!
Michael Chance helmed this dystopian scifi action thriller Whipping Boy which features Eric Jacobus and fellow Stunt People members Lucas Okuma and Ashley Short in a 2 on 1 fight scene against actor Tongayi Chirisa. Here's hoping Mr. Chance can score a much bigger budget in his next film, because he has some serious potential. [...]
From the Mario Warfare series: Check out the full series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AHfj0uDrf0&list=PL6BmNUG1JZAqnQcA3aN-eYxOF6-_9eTrl
Micah Moore and his Beat Down Boogie team are the brains and brawn behind the super-popular Mario Warfare series. For episode 7, they brought me on to play the Waluigi character, and I fought against Mario, played by Matthew Sumner. Enjoy the whole episode, and check out the whole Mario Warfare series too, especially if you're [...]
Eric uses Google Glass to learn to defend himself against a Terminator from the future, who's set on killing him before he can become President of the United States. Sound far-fetched? Not so fast... Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe from The Young Masters came out to the West Coast and we teamed up to create Future Boss. With Shaun [...]
Earlier this month I went to North Carolina to film for Mario Warfare, which is directed by Micah Moore, the man behind Dogs of Chinatown and Beat Down Boogie. His main man of action Matt Sumner is in the role of Mario from Super Mario Brothers, and Micah has turned the narrative into a brothers-in-arms spoof, where Mario [...]
After we spent a week at 87eleven, Alvin Hsing and I came away with this video to show what came of our efforts - a pre-viz (choroegraphed and shot rough version) for the final knife fight in A Good Day to Die Hard (that's Die Hard #5). The scene called for McClane to face off against [...]
This is a quick gym session and fight scene we threw together while Rebecca Ahn and I were in Europe. They're known as the D-Unit stunt team, a super-talented Italian stunt group. Short but sweet!