JAMES LEW stars as the the blind Kung Fu Hatchet-Man, pitting his enhanced senses and elite martial arts skills against a never ending horde of mind controlled minions enslaved by mysterious alien flying saucers. This film has a throwback feel of a 1950's horror film combined with the stylistic dynamics of a 70's Kung Fu film.
James Lew is well known in the film industry as an actor, stunt performer, fight choreographer, and stunt coordinator. James has been involved with many films created by Fusion Factory Films and his experience and expertise in delivering powerful on-screen action has been invaluable.
Director John Carpenter watches as James Lew choreographs a fight sequence.
James Lew's performance as one of the Chang Sing gang members In Big Trouble in Little China was amazing.
The epic fight choreography was a key element to the cult status of Big Trouble in Little China in the film world. This movie is a fan favorite and was recently re-released as a collectors addition that has a commentary by associate producer & martial arts choreographer James Lew in its special features.
James is not just a film fighter, he is a master of Kung Fu who has been on over 25 martial arts magazine covers.
James Lew won the 2016 Emmy for Best stunt Coordination for the Netflix/Marvel series Luke Cage.
A look at some of the action sequences James Lew has coordinated.