The New Neighbor (Doritos Commercial 2015)

The New Neighbor is our last and final submission to the last Doritos Crash The Super Bowl commercial contest. The competition is fierce and our video won’t probably win anything. But we had fun doing it nonetheless. We had the talented Paige to star and act two roles. She did a lot of great improvisation and is a delightful actor to work with.

Cloud in Super Smash Brothers

O… M… G… that’s all I gotta say about this news…

Urban Action Showcase 2015

Our short film Super Debt was an Official Selection of the 3rd annual Urban Action Showcase 2015, film festival dedicated to diversity and action. It was a pretty cool film festival and expo because, as a person of color and a rebid action fan, this festival was for me. On Friday Nov. 7th, they held the opening ceremony reception at the HBO building by Bryant Park. They had an Vimeo Pro presentation to start it off, then a nice reception … Continue reading

Mad Tiger trailer

Peelander-Z is one of my favorite hometown band. It mixes punk with super insane Japanese visuals and activities. Just look them up on google if you don’t know, it’s just hard to explain. Anyway, I’ve been waiting for this trailer for over a year already. I knew a talented filmmaker, Jonathan Yi, was making a Peelander-Z documentary and I was curious on what angle he was doing since when I saw him filming the shows in early 2014. Now with … Continue reading

Hayley’s Prank Show!

Just in time for Halloween, here is Hayley’s prank show! We shot this short video at Youtube Space NY’s Halloween Cabin set. It was the most detailed set to date. The set consisted of a cabin made of real wood with real props such as a rusted tools, kid’s broken bicycle, broken chairs, dishes, weapons etc. There were hidden 2 hidden rooms with really creepy interior design. One consisted of just a bed with chains and scratch marks on the … Continue reading

Supreme x Jordan 5

For the first time ever, Supreme will collaborate with the Jordan brand. Now watch all the hypebeasts drool in awe and set their sights on these. Yeah. I do like the whole Supreme brand and its influences, but I hate the hype. It opens new doors to resellers. People who buy these to gain profit rather than just enjoy the product. These will retail for $250 and will resell for about $600 to $700. Assholes. Anyway, let’s talk about the … Continue reading

NY Comic Con 2015

I can’t believe I totally missed NY Comic last year. That’s what happens when you’re in school full time with 2 jobs. You just miss things. Anyway, I took the opportunity to go to the convention this year. I wanted to cosplay something bold, something different… body paint. One of the raising stars in the wrestling world right now is NXT’s Fin Balor aka Prince Devitt in Japan or everywhere else. His body paint is on point. It has the … Continue reading

One Punch Man episode 1 review

One Punch Man is an interesting anime. It’s about a really overpowered superhero who can defeat ANYBODY with one punch. My first thought was, “Then how the hell will you make that concept interesting?” The answer: with great story driven plot and characters that you can relate to with crazy Japanese humor and visuals. Like this picture of a child with a scrotum as his chin. The anime’s protagonist is Saitama, who is a bored superhero with a broken power: … Continue reading

New Star Wars footage on Instagram!

As I was scrolling on my Instagram feed today, I noticed a post from Star Wars. At first I thought it was a clip from their previous trailer that they posted a few months ago, but when I noticed Boyega holding a lightsaber, I knew I haven’t seen that before… therefor, this is a brand spanking new teaser for the upcoming movie! A video posted by Star Wars (@starwars) on Aug 27, 2015 at 10:00am PDT I’m pretty excited about … Continue reading

A Case of Mistaken Identities (Short Film)

“A Case of Mistaken Identities” is the short film we submitted for Asian American Film Lab’s 72 Hour Shootout. We only had 72 hours when the the theme is given to write, shoot and edit; and then submit it to hopefully be part of the Top 10 film to screen at Asian American International Film Festival in the West Village Cinema theatre. We wanted to go for the win, so we met the night when the theme was given. The … Continue reading