We are dedicated to making films that appeal to a world-wide marketplace, not just the one here, north of the border. Every film we undertake, whether it be a short film or feature, is made with commitment, dedication and excitement.
Our films can easily fulfill the current needs of today's audiences. - Often described as cynical, alienated, aimless and angst-ridden, audiences today are simply tired of formula pictures with cardboard heroes.
While searching for an identity, this audience has embraced the ideals, fashion, music and attitudes of the 70s as their own. The going was tough and it was expressed in the movies of the day. They carried with them a tough-mindedness that is not often present on the screen today. Movies were made that you had to watch. Many had unfamiliar shapes, intricate plots and new narrative structures. They began late, they switched course, they didn't say one character was reliably good while another was write-off bad. They simply didn't stick to the rules.
This film has been re-titled back to its original name ''THE RIGHT TO FIGHT'' and was premiered on the eve of the Toronto Film Festival in 2005. The Twins were not happy with its true to life ending and decided to make no attempts to sell it at that time. Instead they filed a 100 Million Dollar Lawsuit against the past & present Athletic Commissioners and the Government. The goal is to expose the truth behind a government conspiracy against all combative ring fighting sports in the Province of Ontario. This film will not be ready for sale and distribution until a fair settlement is finalized with a clean sweep of the Athletic Office and the removal of old and unfair regulations which would include the approval of new regulations to allow the sport of MMA and organizations like the UFC to enter the province of Ontario and make the city of Toronto the mecca for all combative sports. Only then will this film be ready for sale with a true to life happy ending.
No other sport in the world has been totally suppressed, 100% ruled, unfairly regulated and controlled by a government agency without any input from the founders and creators of Kick-Boxing. Despite many years of commission abuse, bias The Twin Dragons, Michael and Martin McNamara never quit or gave up the RIGHT TO FIGHT for their sport of Kick-Boxing. Now, the twins want the world to know the truth. The RIGHT TO FIGHT does that and much more!
The sound track is composed of original all Canadian music that rocks! The action is fast and furious and very real without blue screens, wires, computerized scenes or unnecessary special effects.
Locations: Toronto, Ireland and USA
Michael and Martin McNamara
Mad man Jake and his People's Private Army set the captured twins loose on an island with vicious killers hot on their trail. Out-numbered and out-gunned, the twins are in trouble! Mick and Martin are the underdogs but they have a reputation to fight their last breath!
The hunters become the hunted as the game takes a deadly turn! The world champion kick-boxing twins leap into action in DRAGON HUNT!
Michael and Martin McNamara
TWIN DRAGON ENCOUNTER is about the celebrated identical-twin martial artists (kung fu and kick boxing), who take their girlfriends to a remote island for what they hope will be a quiet, relaxing vacation. They however, are terrorized by a group of weekend mercenaries. Despite the twins efforts to avoid trouble and enjoy their holiday, the girls are kidnapped and the twins although vastly out-numbered must fight for their safe return.
This movie is part of a music video!! The band, "National Anthem" included many clips from our movie in the music video for their song, "Sweet Revenge".
They have given all of Canada's stations the video for "Sweet Revenge" so help support these guys and Twin Dragons by request it on the following stations:
MTV Canada http://www.mtv.ca
You can always call your local radio station to get the song "Sweet Revenge" played anytime!