I finally met up with Phil Gillon of Eastern Film Fans, who's done an amazing job shining a light on south Asian cinema for years now, for a long conversation about how the Streets of Myth were born and where they're headed.
He seemed excited to be able to cover his home town for once!
Hop on over to his site to read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. I come off a bit rambly, but I was enjoying a pint at the time so leave me alone.
We also got coverage from some great martial arts loving blogs like Film Combat Syndicate, Martial Arts Movie Junkie, Far East Films and Kung-fu Kingdom.
Lastly we got some lovely shout outs from some of the city's finest Twitterati (follow them all!): brumpic, Digbeth is Good, MyJQ and even Brum's own Kung-fu warrior, Scott Adkins.
Stay tuned for a couple of radio / podcast appearances in the next two weeks!
Everyone on the Team of Myth is thrilled with all the good vibes.
If you know any other publications that cover Birmingham (we're looking at you, Birmingham Post!), indie film/series or martial arts, hassle them for us!!
Thanks, as always, from the Streets.