Jason Holland captured the fire-and-brimstone start of Action Fest 2010, with its promises from the festival organizer of not just “great, awesome action films” and live appearances from the industry’s actors, movers and shakers, but “a live stunt show with some of the greatest stunt men in all of Hollywood” — instead of Hatchfest’s “poetry slam,” with what Aaron Norris termed the “first-ever action film festival,” and with a promise from Carolina Cinemas owner Bill Banowski of great films and “stunt demos all weekend long.”
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