Shooting is finished, hoping to have a release on DVD before Comic Con. Sound still needs some work, Shaun and I are gonna go to work on that pretty soon here. We’ll also have a more polished trailer soon, but this one at least gives a good glimpse at the film. The movie will be 70-80 minutes long.
New Stunt People member Hiroshi Adachi has begun production on his latest action film tentatively titled “Detective Story”. Yuji (Adachi) and Paul (Jacobus) are two private dicks who take a case that pits them against the mafia and untold numbers of baddies. Adachi has recruited other members of The Stunt People to fill roles in the film.
To kick off the production, Adachi, Jacobus, JJ Johnson, David Yoo, and Sean Roche spent two days shooting the opening action scene. The first day (photos below) had everyone fighting in the house. The scene leads to a foot chase with Jacobus pursuing Roche, shot on Treasure Island during the second day. Roche and Jacobus spent the better part of six hours climbing fences, running on rooftops, and sprinting through Treasure Island’s empty streets. Day 2 photos coming soon.
“Owned is a crime drama about not being able to escape one’s past, or one’s past debts.” The film stars Stunt People members Dennis Ruel and Troy Carbonel and features Stacie Rashel, with Ray Carbonel and Ed Kahana working behind the scenes. The film is currently in post production.
Our friends at Twitchfilm.net have posted a couple exclusive clips from Dogs of Chinatown. Featured are a shootout and part of the finale between Eric Jacobus (me) and Ray Carbonel. Watch the exclusive clip below: