|CT08 - East meets Watt|
|Release Date||December 16, 2009|
|Movie Director||Al Adamson|
|Cast|| Timothy Brown|
|Preceded by||Blood of the Vampires|
|Followed by||The Alien Factor|
An Asian martial arts expert joins forces with an African-American fighter to find a lost relative and battle prejudice.
- Originally released under the title Dynamite Brothers.
- Features well-known Asian-American actor James Hong as Wei Chin.
Prologue: Joel introduces the cast and they take their seats.
Quotes & ReferencesEdit
- "Barney, Wojo and Harris are fighting again..."
Josh is referring to characters from the TV comedy series "Barney Miller" (1975-1982). The titular Barney was the Captain of a rundown police precinct in New York City. Detectives Wojciehowicz ("Wojo" for short) and Harris were two of the officers under Barney's command. Like the combatants in film, Wojo and Harris were Caucasian and African-American, respectively.
- "Dave Higgins?"
The heavyset bespectacled character resembles actor David Anthony Higgins, also known as Dave. Higgins is known for his supporting roles on such TV series as "Ellen" and "Malcolm in the Middle". He had been one of the titular Higgins Boys on the early Comedy Channel series "Higgins Boys and Gruber" (with Dave "Gruber" Allen).
- "My pen! MY PEN!"
Referring to a sketch from the TV series "The Kids in the Hall" in which Bruce McCullough plays an highly-strung civil servant who goes to great lengths to recover his (easily replaceable) ballpoint pen from someone who unintentionally walked off with it.
- This is the first Cinematic Titanic release of a live performance.
- A DVD was released in 2009. It is no longer in production but is available second-hand through several online venues.
- A Boxed Set with all Cinematic Titanic recorded presentations was released by Shout! Factory in 2017.