Blindsided: The Game (2018) – A Clayton J. Barber Film

After blind man Walter Cooke (Eric Jacobus) prevents a local gang from shaking down his local grocer Gordon (Roger Yuan), Walter must reckon with the gang’s boss Sal (Joe Bucaro). The stakes are high, but Walter’s got an ace up his sleeve.

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Directed by Clayton J. Barber
Written by Eric Jacobus and Clayton J. Barber
Executive Producer: Adam Eccleshall
Produced by David William No and Clayton J. Barber
Director of Photography – Nicholas Verdi
Original Music by Steffen Schmidt
Sound Designer – Johnny Marshall & Matteo Grilli
Edited by Eric Jacobus
Camera Operators – David No, Nicholas Verdi, and Tim Connolly
Blind Consultant – Walter Raineri
Co-Produced by Don Le

Action Director / Fight Coordinator – Eric Jacobus
Fight Choreographer – Roger Yuan

Walter Cooke – Eric Jacobus
Gordon – Roger Yuan
Sal – Joe Bucaro
Ace – David William No
Nico – Nicholas Verdi
Gene – Pete Antico
Joey – Brett Sheerin
Kojo – Khalid Ghajji
Luke – Luke LaFontaine
Dean – Justin Hall
Emily – Michelle Lee
Beggar – “Hippie Frank” Frank Strick
Jimmy – Pete Antico
Angie – Emily Yang
Jogger – Karen Pang
Luke’s Dog – “Puff”

Assistant Director – “Hippie Frank” Frank Strick
Production Manager – Jair Holguin
Camera Operators – Robert Dill, Nate Votran, Albert Chang, Chris Van Lieshout, Tim Connolly, Nicholas Verdi, David William No
Camera Assistants – Chris Soriano, Parker Amberg, Nate Votran, Allen Quindiagan
Clapper – Lee Chesley
Script Supervisors – Jair Holguin, Erika Goehring, Michelle Doan
Grips – David Rho, Tim Meikle, Sean Dundas, David Park

Costume Designer & Stylist – Sharon Zhang
On-Set Wardrobe – Lee Chesley
Makeup & Hair – Karen Pang

Art Director – Laura Aika Tanimoto
Art Director’s Assistant – Daniel Alvarado
Props Master – Jiy Park
Set Dressers – Allen Quindiagan, Nicholas Delgado

Sound Recordists – Jason Foster, Duncan Boisineau, Zach Chamberlain, Christina Connolly
Boom Operator – Allen Quindiagan
BTS Photographers – Nate Votran, Duncan Boisineau
Preproduction Videographer – Grant Corvin
On Set Photographer – Philip Cuenco
Key Art and Titles – Gil Sanabria
Key Art Photographer – Jenna Tower
Graphic Designer – Helton Carvalho
Picture Car – Radu Georgescu
Blindness Technical Advisor – Walter T. Raineri
Card Technical Advisors – Jeff Gore, Albert Chang, John ‘Shine’ Cramer

Action Director – Eric Jacobus
Stunt Coordinator – Henry Kinji Jr.
Sword Fight Coordinator – Luke LaFontaine
Knife Fight Choreographer – Roger Yuan
Sword Trainer – Andrej Diamantstein
Previz Editor – David William No
Action Team – Clayton J. Barber, Eric Jacobus, David William No, Luke LaFontaine, Roger Yuan, Nicholas Verdi, Brett Sheerin, Khalid Ghajji, Kenny Sheard, Edward Kahana Jr., Justin Hall, Lee Chesley, Allen Quindiagan, Dex Bell, Amy Sturdivant, Tim Connolly, Nick Krawiec, Edward Bossert, Josh Vinyard, Anisha Gibbs

Audio Post and Supervising Sound Editor/Re-recording Mixer (Part 1) by Marshall Sound Design
Audio Post and Supervising Sound Editor/Re-recording Mixer (Part 2) by Matteo Grilli
Sound Editor – Eric Jacobus
Q’s Blues – Composed by John Adams
“Bleed”, “I’m Afraid” and “Guitar Lesson” by Raymond Graham Lane
Italian ADR – Gianluca Cardinali, Stefano Paoletti, Gianandrea Gabbiadini, Raffaele Allegri, Giovanni Conte, Marta Oppecini

Color Grading – David William No & Andrew Lewis
Online Editor – David William No

Knives Supplied by Cold Steel
Training Equipment Sponsored by Tiger Claw
Playing Cards Sponsored by Art of Play
Braille Watch Sponsored by EONE Time Pieces
Extra Sound Equipment Sponsored by Pixel, Ltd.
Grip Equipment by Birns & Sawyer
Rendering Computers by Blue Screen Gaming

Copyright 2018 Jacobus Barber Productions. All rights reserved.


  1. Blindsided: The Game begins with the original 12-minute Blindsided short. Be sure to keep watching, as the short has expanded to 45 minutes!

  2. Short, powerful and intriguing movie ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ not boring at all !

  3. Nice, short and simple ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘

  4. Bravissimi. Bello questo episodio.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  5. This is an absolutely fantastic short film. Unfortunate about the sound quality surrounding Sal's voice in particular, but other than that this might as well have been Hollywood.

  6. It is a little good movie, I rate it a 10 out of 10, I wish there was more.

  7. Oh my goodness. This is one of the best movies I have ever watched at 5 something am. I don't like profanity yet when I saw how the blind man could maneuver and manipulate his way, I was convinced it would be a good movie. Then it became a serious comedy. I was literally screaming and at this time in the morning what could my neighbors be thinking? I was hysterical. It was hilarious. A really great film. I will share it and watch it again. Thank you sooooo much. So many people call themselves friends with all of their body parts and can see well don't do 1/4i of what the blind man did for friendship. Peace and love for life.

  8. The best movie ever ever โค๏ธ

  9. I wish this was a movie and not just one episode

  10. Eric Jacobus is Sharp-Quick & Amazing!!!

  11. – "You cut my ear, who does that?"
    – "Listen next time." ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜‚

  12. is it weird how i found his watch in 30 seconds its called the Bradley time peice eone

  13. I love how he said watch your step as a threat and Walter was just like thanks dude

  14. This is a better daredevil heโ€™s just a normal guy without superpowers but he uses subtle noises and smells

  15. I do like this movie amazing blind man


  17. Absolute damn good mini movie I love watching it

  18. Best movie Iโ€™ve ever watched โค๏ธ

  19. New season of DareDevil looking great

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