Release Date: May 17, 2018

After blind man Walter Cooke (Eric Jacobus) prevents a local gang from shaking down his local grocer Gordon (Roger Yuan), Walter must reckon with the gang’s boss Sal (Joe Bucaro). The stakes are high, but Walter’s got an ace up his sleeve.

A Clayton J. Barber Film
Starring Eric Jacobus, Roger Yuan, Joe Bucaro, David William No, Nicholas Verdi, Luke LaFontaine, Khalid Ghajji, and Brett Sheerin

Presented by JB Productions in association with Furious Films

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With Eric Jacobus’s recent foray into Dead or Alive real life movelists, it looks like Jacobus will be taking on more DOA characters. By popular demand, Jacobus took to the kicking paddles and took on Rig’s Taekwondo-heavy movelist.

Because Rig’s movelist involves so many trick kicks, Jacobus took multiple days to complete the full set.

Jacobus notes in the YouTube description:

Everything about Rig from his stance to his strikes and throws is pure Taekwondo. While many of Rig’s kicks are too flashy to use in real life, his spins and feigns are the same moves one would see in a standard Taekwondo sparring session. Integrate his fast footwork with some boxing and you can make a well-rounded IRL movelist.

Be sure to enable annotations and vote in the poll to tell Jacobus who you’d like to see him perform in the future. Looks like he’s already working on the top result.

Stuntman Eric Jacobus is known for his Tekken IRL videos, but now he’s venturing into new territory by taking on the Dead or Alive franchise. Jacobus’s latest video features Bayman’s Sambo style from DOA5.

Jacobus notes the real-life applicability of Bayman’s style:

Bayman is a Spetsnaz soldier who practices Sambo, which is a Russian martial art based in Judo. While Sambo strikes aren’t flashy, the throws are fantastic. Most of Bayman’s movelist is applicable in real-world situations.

Be sure to enable annotations and vote in the poll during the video to tell Eric which character you’d like to see next.

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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 given to the good people at Skylawn Funeral Home. Enjoy the punchline at the end too… though I suppose it should be called a “kickline” instead.