Lawson posted his top 10 fights of 2010 and picked a few that aren’t available online, including the finale from Dogs of Chinatown a(4:24) and my fight against Ed Kahana in Detective Story (8:19). We’re honored to be featured! Hats off to all the other indie guys in there:

The Young Masters: http://www.youtube.com/user/youngmasters/featured
Jabronie Pictures: http://www.youtube.com/user/jabroniepictures
Rising Tiger Inc: http://www.youtube.com/user/BoloMcTigerThunder/featured
The Mag Fighters: http://www.youtube.com/user/MagnificentFighter/featured

The SP Store is now open!

Dogs of Chinatown and Detective Story are available for sale. Dogs is $15, Detective Story is $12, and older SP titles are discounted. Enjoy the titles and don’t forget to leave feedback in our message board!

Dogs of Chinatown DVD
Dogs of Chinatown
$15.00
Detective Story DVD
Detective Story
$12.00

Older SP DVDs are now on sale!

Contour DVD
Contour
$12.00 (Sale!)
Undercut DVD
Undercut
$10.00 (Sale!)
Immortal DVD
Immortal
$7.50 (Sale!)

I’m honored to be one of the candidates for Breakout Action Star in this year’s Action on Film Festival, taking place July 24-31 in Pasadena, CA. Dogs of Chinatown’s been accepted to the fest, and it’s received four nominations. They are:

Breakout Action Star – Male – Feature
Best Sound Design – Feature
Best Fight Choreography – Feature
Action Film of the Year – Feature

Additionally, the film “Sexual Tension” which hired me and Ray Carbonel to do stuntwork has received nominations for Best Action Short, Best Comedy Scene, Best Comedy – Short, Best Spoof, and Best LGBT Project. SP’s got quite a bit of representation this year!

I’ll do my best to attend the awards ceremony, but given it’s during the same weekend as Comic-Con, it’s possible I won’t make it.

(Here are two photos of me from Dogs of Chinatown, taken maybe 2 weeks apart. One’s my cool action hero pose, the other is me holding a machine gun behind my head. Jokes aside, I figure if the one on the left is too much, the one on the right should cancel it out.)

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Dogs of Chinatown Screenings in San Francisco
Seating is limited to 200 per screening, so don’t wait, buy your tickets TODAY!
Screenings will be followed by a Q&A session hosted by the film’s stars, Eric Jacobus and Ray Carbonel.

Admission Price: $8
Running Time: 93 Minutes

Location:
Four Star Theatre
2200 Clement St.
(Cross street is 23rd Ave.)
San Francisco, CA 94121

Date/Time:
Friday, March 20 @ 9:00pm
Friday, April 3 @ 9:00pm
Parking is limited so come early!

Where to Purchase:
Tickets may be purchased at The Stunt People Store or at the Four Star Theatre box office on the nights of the screenings (subject to availability). If neither option works for you, email Eric Jacobus and we’ll set you up.

Frequently asked questions:
Q: When will ‘Dogs of Chinatown’ be released on DVD?
A: None of us know right now, which is why this is an opportune time to see the film, on the big screen no less!

Q: Is this film appropriate for minors?
A: ‘Dogs of Chinatown’ features violence, profanity, and some upper-body female nudity. It hasn’t been rated by the MPAA, but ‘Dogs of Chinatown’ could qualify for an “R” rating. It is at the parents’ discretion to allow minors into the show.

Q: Where can I find more information about ‘Dogs of Chinatown’?
A: HK Flix has posted a Dogs of Chinatown Page with film info. Also, please visit the <a HREF="”>Dogs of Chinatown Home Page to receive first-hand information from the filmmakers themselves.

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Nick Murphy is a long-time friend and director of the Tomb Raider fan-film Tears of the Dragon. He also heads up Spoon Pictures. See?

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As a guerilla filmmaker, Nick’s been known to take some big risks, and one of those risks will be interviewing Eric (me, that’s… me) on Friday LIVE on the internet. The best part: you can all call in and ask me questions about any of the six things I know (3 of them being Undercut, Contour, and Dogs of Chinatown, and the other 3 relating to food), or you can just make fun of me and bring up incriminating stories from the past.

Whatever it is, if you’re reading this, I probably know you and I’d love to hear you call in or chat. Here’s all the info you need:

www.nowlive.com/SpoonPicturesRadio
Sign up and you can chat during the interview as well
Friday, Feb 15 @ 8pm

Call-in phone # is 1-818-572-9021
Enter code 268661 (Follow Instructions)

And if you ever get the chance, check out Tears of the Dragon. Andy Leung and I have a fight in there somewhere. Keith Carter from Contour also has a large role.

On location for Tears of the Dragon