They kick ass, take names, and look gorgeous doing it. Steve and Stephen, a pair of renegade vigilantes, are out for justice. But when a new, orgasm inducing drug known as “booche” starts becoming an epidemic, their once quiet streets are quickly transforming into a sex-crazed wasteland. Features stunts by Eric Jacobus and Ray Carbonel of The Stunt People.
Location: Roxie Theater
3117 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103 US
When: Saturday, May 30, 12:00PM
Even ninjas have day jobs.
9 to 5 Ninja is an upcoming martial arts action-adventure mini-series featuring The Stunt People. The series begins with Aya (Anne Lundbom) and Gunner (Eric Jacobus) as two ninjas working for Ninjatel, a San Francisco non-profit that specializes in espionage, surveillance, extraction, and maiming on a ‘case-by-case’ basis. All proceeds go towards the relocation efforts for displaced ninja refugees from various ninja-clensing turmoil overseas in countries like Laos, Cambodia, and Somalia.
Shooting is complete and the episodes will be out in the coming months.
9 to 5 Ninja Trailer – The Stunt People from Eric Jacobus on Vimeo.
Dennis Ruel and Ken Quitugua face off in episode one of “Rival Grocers,” a series written and directed by Ken himself. Chuck (Ken) and Jim (Dennis) are grocers from separate supermarkets. They face off when they meet down in a parking garage during a grocery delivery.
Dennis Ruel has just finished his short “Patient Zero,” an action film about a group of college students caught up in a crazy experiment. Two guys and a girl wake up to find they’re trapped in a building and being persued by angry college kids and a zombie.