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Feature Articles

Here are some articles and features that explain in more detail the opinions and observations of the Double Action viewer.  Many articles are highly informative, while others are simply entertaining.  Have comments? Send me email.

Mission Statement - Find out what this website has to offer...
Disaster Spells Laughter - The recent revival of disaster films has been welcomed wholeheartedly by the Double Action viewer.
Dreadful Demolition? - Judge Dredd and Demolition man - identical films? Stallone used the same script for both movies, honest.
The Siren Song of XBC - Why Xena, Warrior Princess' battle cry and BIM go hand in hand.
The Hypnotic Visuals of BIM - Why bodies in motion generates such impressive laughs and its aesthetic value in cinema today.
Beretta 92FS Filmography - Discover the success ratio of action heroes who use the ultimate pistol.
The Philosophy of Zen, Woo 32, and you - What after all, is the meaning of life?
Home Theater Technologies - What modern equipment it takes to fully enjoy DA films
The Wonderful Hoist Machine - Find out how bodies are set in motion.
Voice Training Lessons - How to improve your laughing technique to approach SDSPL
Secrets of the Buffer Zone - Learn how to best distribute your buffer zone in hostile and uncertain theater surroundings.
The DA Wishlist - Action scenes I'd like to see, or how to make existing scenes better.
DPCS techniques in the home - Learn how to frighten your friends and family in comfort of your own home.
The Director's Circle - Tributes to directors for their innovation (or lack of)

 


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