Yesterday I shot the first fight scene I've done since finishing Death Grip. It's a videogame parody where I play a Karate man taking on two other players played by fellow Stunt People and Death Grip actors Shaun Finney and Yun Lujhei Yang. Stunt practices have paid off: I could still kick and punch pretty quick, [...]
We've posted one of the many fights from Death Grip online for your viewing enjoyment. This is the "Knife Fight" between myself and Alvin Hsing. If you dig it, please spread the word about the theatrical premiere on June 30th, and keep an eye out at our online store for the DVD and Blu Ray!
Jeffrey Griffith and Corey Eshom (as "puncher") came down from the homeland and stopped by our gym practice. Shaun also grabbed himself a brand new Panasonic GH1 DSLR and wanted to test it out, so we shot a neat test fight. Starring Jeffrey Griffith, Shaun Finney, Eric Jacobus, and 'Lil Ray, JJ's new pup.
Shaun Finney's just posted up another test fight. But it's not just some ordinary test fight. This one's got hats and explosions.
Ken Quitugua of Zero Gravity and Dennis Ruel duke it out in Vlad Rimburg's latest film "Bloody Sun." Staying true to his rough-edged, Korean flavor, Vlad throws in some military tactics and MMA reminiscent of Flashpoint and Sha Po Lang. Cinematography by Stephen Reedy. Check out the fight below:
Shaun Finney, Dave Yoo, and Lucas Okuma star in "Gymtastic Voyage: Vol 1." The Youtube version is choppy for whatever reason, so Finney recommends you download the high quality version (62 megs).
Hey everyone, Ed Kahana from the Stunt People here making a guest update! Over two years ago, I began a project for a media class where we were to create a webisode series and produce at least one episode from it. Of course, me being an indie martial arts action film guy, I came up [...]
Shaun Finney of The Stunt People has posted a new video he shot in his hometown of Sebastapol, CA. The story's simple, but the action is anything but. Shaun's choreography involves a variety of kickboxing, throws, and acrobatics.
Discovery Channel's "Time Warp" Stuntmen episode with Ray Carbonel and Eric Jacobus (Extended Action Footage) When Ray and I went out to Boston to do Time Warp we brought around a little Flip Video to shoot random stuff in Boston and also to shoot some extra footage while doing the segment. When the episode aired, we [...]