The Laser Blast Film Society Presents: Dragon Hunt

When: June 30, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m.

  • PRE-SHOW: 7:30 p.m.
  • FEATURE: 8:00 p.m.

Where: The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street, Toronto, ON

The opening night of What The Film Festival 2016! Dragon Hunt on the big screen! And, it's the 30th Anniversary of THE TWIN DRAGONS movies! The McNamara Brothers will be at this screening, LIVE IN PERSON!

Dir. Charlie Wiener
Cast: Martin and Michael McNamara
Runtime: 90 min
Country: Canada
Screening Format: Digital

“A mind-blowing slice Canadian trash....endlessly entertaining.” - Paul Corupe, Canuxploitation

"Needs to be seen by any serious fan of the action genre." - Independent Flicks

Hong Kong had Bruce Lee, Belgium has the Muscle from Brussels, and Uncle Sam is defended by the likes of Norris and Segal.

But in the Great White North we have THE TWIN DRAGONS: Martin and Michael McNamara, two champion kickboxing brothers who in the late-1980s portrayed themselves in a duology of maple-syrup martial art epics would later become late-night TV staples throughout the country.

In each film, the McNamara’s found themselves antagonized by a sadistic woodland militia within the wilderness of Pointe au Baril, Ontario, but it was in their second effort DRAGON HUNT, that this formula was perfected, perhaps thanks to the addition of ninjas, nursery rhymes and ludicrous levels of explosions and gunfire.

Further complimented by an infectious rock n’ roll soundtrack courtesy of Southern Ontario rocker Billy Butt and outrageous comic-book villainy from the mo-hawk sporting, Mother Goose-quoting Jake (B. Bob), only cult classics as notorious as Miami Connection or Deadly Prey could begin to approximate the martial arts mayhem that await audiences in this classic of Canuxploitation cinema.

Witness every high-kick on the opening night of WHAT THE FILM FEST, with the TWIN DRAGONS themselves, Martin and Michael McNamara, in attendance!

The Laser Blast Film Society is made possible in part by the funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.