Video: "Hey Pacman! Stop eating our goddamn cherries!" This is Pacman like you've never seen him before — a cherry-eating, gang-antagonising, parkouring badass. Fans of classic action flicks will love this take on one of the world's most recognisable video game characters — with strong influences from the 1979 gangland film 'The Warriors' and combat inspired by Jackie Chan's 'Rumble in the Bronx'.
The team both on-screen and off may be familiar to fans of Fury Fingers' other work — Anthony Rinna, the talented stunt coordinator from their most recent film 'Boom Raider' took the same role for this film, as well as starring in the lead role as Pacman himself. He was joined by parkour artists from the Sweezy team and local actor Eddie Morrison, bringing that twist of comedy that Fury Fingers is so well known for.
The film rocks along with a late 70s, early 80s-inspired track by Ben Palk of 'Big Daddy's Discotheque', and even features its own original poster. Filming took place over five late nights — all shot guerrilla-style in true parkour fashion.