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So before the night closes out (in the 11th hour), I have to just say this is kinda cool (to me, anyways!) This past Saturday I decided to, on a random whim, show a good friend of mine the 1989 version of Batman that she had never seen before. After watching the movie, I did the mental math (which yeah, I started to smell smoke up there…) and deduced that this film was just about 25 years old. 

Little did I know I’d wake up 2 days later seeing a thousand posts on Facebook about the 25th Anniversary of when Tim Burton’s “magnum opus” premiered in theaters. 

The Image that Forged Me

The poster in this picture holds some significance in my life. You see, I’m 27 years old. I was born in 1987. 

My mother, bless her heart, took me to see this film. In theaters. When it first came out. 

I was like, 21 months old. 

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I taught a class this weekend for the Cinematography Workshop HdgDrama Guild. It was just basics such as safety, etiquette, some history, the structure of a stunt team, and techniques such as falls, rolls, punches, sword work, sells, and choreography.

It was one of the best experiences I’ve had to date in the industry, and I hope to do it again in the future. I’ll be posting the video of the kid’s final product in a while, but for now, here are a couple of fun pictures featuring the students and myself from the class!

Hi everyone out there! I know it’s been a while since I’ve made a serious update. I’m currently sitting in a panel hosted by Harknell of Interventioncon.com on WordPress 101, so I figured it’d be an appropriate time to make a post.

In the last few months I’ve been incredibly busy with acting, stunt training, a personal life, and catching up with freelance projects for various clients – Some of which I’ll be posting soon!

For now, I’m gonna pimp that I’m hosting a panel tonight for the DC STUNT Coalition, “The Art of Action” discussing fight choreography and stunt work for indie films and low budget web content.

Be sure to come by if you can! The panel is at 9PM in panel 2. Content from this will show up on the site later!

Last Saturday the DC Stunt Coalition, some friends, and myself went out to see “The Expendables 2”, starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, (not) Jet Li, Jean Claude Vann Damme, Scott Adkins, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Bruce Willis. Dolph Lundgren provided comic relief, and Terry Crews and Randy Coutoure did the only real awesome stuff. PLUS! Chuck Norris solidifies his legend once and for all.

DC Stunt Coalition Expendables 2 Review

Here’s our VIDEO REVIEW:

More to come!

It seems the web has been devoid of many posts from SAP Films lately, but MAX ACTION is still, well, IN ACTION!

N-Code January went off like a frag grenade and boy was it EXPLOSIVE. Not only was Max there to make some new friends, but he also got to show off his newest video “Max Action in: N-Code’s Darkest Hour”, co-starring Joanna Dark of the N64 game, Perfect Dark!

All in all the night was a rousing success! Max made a lot of new friends, mad props to the DJs Genki Hardcore, G40st, RaverFox, Twitch Effect, and Umbris, etc. Club Orpheus is a great home not just for dancing and craziness, but for art and expression! Keep up the good work, Baltimore City Ravers!

Best part of all- the fans seemed to enjoy the video! Be sure to also watch it on Blip.Tv if you have the time!  You can find pictures on the good ol’ facebook, or Max Action’s fan page. Be sure to join up! Oh and don’t forget- Max is also syndicated on Space Monkey Mafia Studios, along with a lot of other great video talents, so be sure to look them up!

We have a lot more posts to make in the next coming weeks, so expect site traffic to pick up again, for now, check out all of Max’s wacky adventures, and continue to STRIKE A POSE!

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