The next installment of the Hit List is currently in production, we have also been ramping up promotion of filmmaker Eric Nguyen's apparent efforts to build toward an epic shortfilm trilogy. For this, we recently highlit his 2015 comedy, Of Martial Arts And Men along with exclusive coverage featuring stills for the pending sequel, Of Martial Arts And Men: Enter The Dojang.
That project will go live publicly on Nguyen's Lunar Stunts Action Cinema YouTube channel on April 25. In the meantime, those wishing to catch it sooner will be able to do when Film Combat Syndicate will proudly premiere the action comedy sequel for the April 24 edition of The Hit List which will publish between the hours of 7:00pm and 8:00pm EST.
Returning are Lunar Stunts principles, actors Irvin Nguyen and Mickey Arce reprising their roles as master and student who fought for each other to save their school in the first film. The sequel will introduce actor and martial artist Matt Page donning his famed Enter The Dojo persona, Master Ken who raids the school to challenge our two underdogs, boasting nothing short of the zany, comedic, groin-stomping martial arts bravado fans have grown to know and love since 2010.
More will be determined with Page also involved in the third installment as well while Nguyen has kindly graced netizens with an official teaser for the upcoming shortfilm sequel which you can view below!
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