the debt collector
The following review for Jesse Johnson’s The Debt Collector was originally published on May 28, 2018. Click here to read my review for the sequel, Debt Collectors, out in the U.S. on May 29 from Samuel Goldwyn Films.
Compared to a lot of other independent directors, he has a certain cultivation in his creative stride and a sense of wisdom etched into the visage of his character design and general aesthetic that can entertain today’s audiences, as well as film fans reminiscent of a yesteryear era of cinema. He applies his craft with a refreshing resolve to steady the eyes, along with the top-notch, almost wall-to-wall fight action, stuntwork and gun play that culminates the film’s grim subtext and situational irony that lends a solemn, prodigious and rather pleasant capitulation to an action film with a deserving action star on its marquee.
THE DEBT COLLECTOR Trailer: Big Balls, A Fast Fist And White Wall Tires Set The Pace For Another Johnson/Adkins Thrillride
The film reunites Mandylor with Battle Drone co-star Michael Paré, and also stars Rachel Brann, Selina Lo, Robert Rusler and Tony Todd. Enjoy the trailer!
Greetings Jesse and thank you for stopping by to talk to us!