If you've always wondered what might be the result of a full-force mash-up between kung fu and the sci-fi sub-genre known as "Steampunk", then you're in good company. As it just so happens, our wishes have been granted. Tai Chi O showed of their amazing trailer earlier this month.
Check out the insanity-on-celluloid in the trailer above, then continue reading for more details on the this steam-powered masterpiece in the making.
The Bourne Trilogy may have wrapped up back in 2007 but we all should have known better than to think the classic spy franchise would ever disappear completely from the grid.
This time around Jeremy Renner (Hurt Locker, The Avengers) fills the rather large shoes of Matt Damon as a brand new CIA operative that finds himself embroiled in a plot which we're sure involves deceit, backstabbing, high-speed car chases, and a ballet of close-quarters-combat.
We're looking forward to the latter most of all.
Fans of the high-tension spy series can get a quick fix with the trailer above. We'll keep you posted on any new trailers that hit the web, otherwise we'll just see you when the movie hits theaters on August 3rd of this year.
In what can only be described as an incident that is so disturbing you have to smile at the sheer ridiculousness of it, two Australian men were hospitalized for severe wounds after engaging in hand-to-hand combat.
Their chosen weapons? A chainsaw and a samurai sword. How did this insane match-up conclude? Continue reading for the results. (Hint: They both got their licks in)
Today marks a significant point in the career of Gina Carano, ex-MMA champ turned martial arts actress. Today is the day that her first feature film lands on DVD, so we'll see how well received the film is with the fans that missed her debut on the big screen.
"Haywire", which also marks a rare foray into the action film genre for director Steven Soderbergh (Traffic, Ocean's 11), focuses on a female government operative who quickly finds herself double-crossed. From there, we imagine she "interrogates" a lot of bad guys through threat of physical pain and limb-breaking.
While we haven't seen it ourselves, we might. And if we do, you can expect a full report on the matter at some point this week. What more could you ask from your favorite martial arts blog? Don't say "candy".