In light of his performing stunts for Kratos in Sony's 2018 hit God of War, Eric Jacobus was invited to participate at FestiGame in Santiago, Chile in early August. Jacobus was first asked to give a stunt demonstration and motivational talk, but then he saw the numbers: over 40,000 video game fans from all over Latin [...]
Eric Jacobus is back with another entry in his Tekken In Real Life series, this time with Akuma from Tekken 7. Jacobus recently took a short break from producing the series while moving his studio again, but now that he's settled in, the raging demon could be unleashed. Jacobus writes in the video's description: Akuma's moves are [...]
DMR: Talk about rehearsing the various fights: what are some of the new techniques and action you learned along the way? EJ: We start with the story. Walter has a sword, these guys have guns. You can't make a long, intricate fight when it's a sword versus a gun. We could do "gun-fu" or flail [...]
As somebody who has now put together several films of your own, who have been your greatest creative inspirations? Who are your favorite directors or writers? Aside from the Vaudeville and Hong Kong masters, I love the simplicity of the 80s genre film. We all love directors like John Carpenter. We love the movers of [...]
Blindsided: The Game, directed by Clayton J. Barber and starring Eric Jacobus and Roger Yuan, is now available to watch for free. Enjoy, leave a comment, and please subscribe. There may be more adventures with Walter yet...
Designed by Helton Carvalho. Blindsided: The Game releases May 17, 2018 on YouTube. You will be able to watchfree of charge here: youtube.com/stuntpeople
Trailer for Blindsided: The Game released. Full film release date: May 17th.
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 [...]
I bought my GoPro Hero3 Black Edition from Best Buy along with chest and head straps for the sole purpose of doing first-person action scenes. The FPS movie ("found footage") genre is one of my favorites, and I think it's criminally underused, especially in the action cross-genre, so my hopes have been to create solid action [...]