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Action Man: A conversation with Ross Boyask, director of Warrioress

14 April 2013 1:55 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tom Jolliffe chats with British filmmaker Ross Boyask, director of Warrioress...

Brighton born film-maker Ross Boyask has been flying the flag for UK action films over the past decade. He’s directed a host of short films, including Pure Vengeance which starred Scott Adkins (Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, Undisputed 2 and 3) and was featured on Jonathan Ross’ show Stop! Kung Fu!. He’s also helmed a couple of cult martial arts movies, Left For Dead and Ten Dead Men, which have both sold worldwide.

Currently being sold for distribution is his latest film, Warrioress, a martial arts fantasy in the vein of Xena: Warrior Princess. It’s a fantastic, low budget, kick ass martial arts flick, well worth checking out when it gets released. Ross was kind enough to take time out to answer a few questions for Flickering Myth...

Tom Jolliffe: Tell us a little bit about Warrioress. »

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Movie Review - Warrioress (2011)

12 April 2013 11:38 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Warrioress, 2011.

Directed by Ross Boyask.

Starring Cecily Fay, Joelle Simpson, Christian Howard, Merrilees Fay Harris, Will Brenton, Helen Steinway Bailey, Zara Phythian and Simon Feilder.


Two powerful female warriors must journey across a post-apocalyptic land to fight a ritual duel, and fulfill an ancient prophecy.

There’s not much money in the UK film industry. Generally the output, certainly the more commercial films which get the most funding, are kind of your stereotypical British films. You get “the new Four Weddings,” “the new Full Monty,” “the new Calendar Girls,” and so forth. Genre pictures don’t often come into the mix, though there’s always a plethora of low budget horror flicks from these shores to entertain. As for balls to the wall martial arts action flicks? Well it seems to be left to the American and Asian film industries to corner that market. Our best British action directors »

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