At the moment, this Twitchfilm
exclusive clip above is the only available glimpse we get to see into the latest upcoming martial arts action spectacle, Redeemer
, following the first official stills back in May
. Once more, the film pairs writer and director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza
with martial artist, actor, producer and action director Marko Zaror
following their previous work on Zaror’s breakout cult hit, Kiltro (2006)
, and Mandrill (2009)
, and is garnering mostly positive reviews in the past few weeks, seemingly promising another stellar move forward into the genre following its premiere at Fantastic Fest last month.
Gladly, we now have a brand new poster which you can now check out just below, preceding festival contributor Brian Kelley
‘s description of the film:
Marko Zaror is Pardo, a man with a heavy burden on his soul, looking for a way to atone for his past sins. As a vigilante, he stops criminals in their tracks and gives them only one chance to ask for forgiveness. Bad guys being bad guys, they rarely listen, and so Pardo disposes of them in any gruesome way available to him at the moment. He’s just as likely to impale a man’s face with a giant hook as he is to beat someone bloody with good old-fashioned punches and flip-kicks. When he crosses paths with Bradock (Noah Segan), Pardo suddenly has an entire criminal organization to contend with and finds himself caring for a woman for the first time since the tragedy that sent him on his current course.
Ernesto Díaz Espinoza (KILTRO; MANDRILL) and Marko Zaror team up again to bring a violent, action-packed exploitation film from Chile to Austin. REDEEMER brings us a killing machine trapped in a broken man’s body, a character that gives Zaror plenty of opportunity to show off his impressive abilities and range. Espinoza is now an expert at dropping Zaror into situations that pay off in giddiness-inducing showers of blood, and as such, REDEEMER boasts an impressive body count. Toss in a healthy dose of humor courtesy of Noah Segan as the villainous man-who-just-wants-his-dirty-money-back, and you’ve got a kickass bit of fun custom made for Fantastic Fest.
Clearly, mostly anyone who watched this film enjoyed the hell out of it, and if you’re a fan of Zaror, you may already familiar with the caliber of his work. If you’re just now learning about him, well…consider yourself lucky. He’s got more projects on the way, and I would keep my eyes peeled if I were you.
Zaror is joined by actors Noah Segan, Boris Smirnow, Loreto Aravena, Mauricio Diocares and José Luis Mosca. The film doesn’t have any release dates as of yet, but the film does have its first new poster. It’s a matter of time now before we get to see a trailer which should be soon. Frustrating…I know.
Stay tuned for more info!
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