First International Trailer for 'The Debt Collector' Starring Scott Adkins
"So we're supposed to be debt collectors, yeah? We didn't collect anything." An official international trailer has debuted for an action comedy titled The Debt Collector, which is the same title as a 1999 film starring Billy Connolly & Ken Stott. This new The Debt Collector is executive produced by and stars Scott Adkins, who plays a classically-trained martial artist who takes a job as a debt collector for the mob. The typical plot involves a client that "pulls him into a situation deeper than could ever be expected." Also starring Louis Mandylor, Michael Pare, Tony Todd, and Vladimir Kulich. This looks like a crazy violent, awkward dark comedy, buddy movie and I'm not sure if that's a good thing. Could be good, could be bad? Take a look.
Here's the first international trailer (+ poster) for Jesse V. Johnson's The Debt Collector, from YouTube:
A classically-trained martial artist (Scott Adkins) goes to work as a debt collector for the mob. The job seems easy enough, until one "client" pulls him into a situation deeper than could ever be expected. The Debt Collector is directed by English filmmaker Jesse V. Johnson, a former stuntman now directing films including The Honorable, Pit Fighter, The Last Sentinel, The Fifth Commandment, The Butcher, The Package, The Beautiful Ones, Savage Dog, and Accident Man previously. The screenplay is written by Jesse V. Johnson and Stu Small. This has not premiered at any film festivals or otherwise. It will arrive on DVD in Germany first, starting in April. No official US release date is set, but it's expected to arrive sometime this summer. Stay tuned for more updates from here. Who's interested so far? Want to see more from this film?
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
This looks pretty good. The beat-em up parts look great.
DAVIDPD on Mar 27, 2018
Scott deserves a break. He's got some great fighting skills and you gotta hand it to him for his persistence.
Payne by name on Mar 27, 2018
You really need to be in a mood for this kind of films. And when you are, they are just great...
shiboleth on Mar 28, 2018
scott adkins has tried to fill the void left by jean claude van damme's dolph lundgren and other aging action stars but i have yet to see a truly defining larger budget action movie from him like van dammes bloodsport or kick boxer or time cop .and this looks like another low budget b movie
Kevin Joseph on Apr 21, 2018
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