Kill-Fist cast: Pearlly Chua, Mike Chuah, Jovi Heng. Kill-Fist Release Date: 31 August 2022 (Netflix). Kill-Fist Director: James Lee. Kill-Fist is looking full of Action, Thriller. A low-budget indie film, Kill-Fist was shot in just thirteen days, with fight scenes coordinated by Lau Chee Hong. Koe Yeet as well as Pearlly Chua also appear.
Kill-Fist is a Malaysian Action-Thriller movie (2022). Pearlly Chua, Mike Chuah, Jovi Heng are the main cast of Kill-Fist (2022). Indie filmmaker James Lee is well on his way to releasing his latest martial arts redemption thriller Kill-Fist. Looking forward to a reunion with Lee as director and lead character, Singaporean fan of action. Kill-Fist is due to release on Netflix on 30 August 2022.
Prior to his appearance in my view with a web series prototype entitled Second Life, he did more than his fair share of films throughout the years, including his action-packed 2012 smash, The Collector. Sunny Pang stars in the film, his second collaboration with Lee following 2009’s Call Me If You Have Me and they have seen their career trajectory diverge in the years since, with Lee later creating his own film company in his home country of Malaysia, Doghouse 73 Pictures; Lee tends to numerous shorts and proofs under this banner and the first of these I spotted was Second Life in 2014.
Zhang a moderately aged man battling with an impasse working as a protection salesman, nearly separated with his better half, losing guardianship of her girl, and on top of this he needed to deal with his dad who’s experiencing Alzheimer’s. Accidentally Zhang was welcome to join an underground battling game for monetary purposes however in the long run Zhang becomes snared on.
Movie: Kill-Fist (2022)
Director: James Lee
Writer: James Lee
Main Stars: Pearlly Chua, Mike Chuah, Jovi Heng
Genres: Action, Thriller
Release Date: 31 August 2022 (Netflix)
Filming locations: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Also Known As: Kill-Fist, Kill-Fist Movie, Kill-Fist (2022)
Jovi Heng As Young Zhang
Sunny Pang As Zhang
Alan Yun As John
Lee’s success with The Collector is what inspired Lee to move forward with Second Life in the way the director he is today, while also maintaining his ability to be a director across different genres. The bureaucracy of development and creativity in Malaysia’s film world remains a problem and has been a major obstacle but thankfully, those who’ve been particularly interested in Pang over the past few years can feel secure in Lee’s steadfast progress and progress after their most recent micro-budget indie, Kill-Fist.