Official Trailer for Gritty Crime Thriller 'Juggernaut' Starring Jack Kesy

March 1, 2018
Source: YouTube

Juggernaut Trailer

"You're a time bomb. Ever since the day you were born." LevelFILM has released the first official trailer for a gritty crime thriller titled Juggernaut, the feature directorial debut of Australian filmmaker Daniel DiMarco. This play at a few smaller festivals last year, but has mostly gone under the radar until now. Juggernaut stars Jack Kesy (seen Baywatch, 12 Strong, Death Wish) as a small town outlaw who returns to his hometown, violently obsessed with the notion that his mother's death was not a suicide. The full cast includes Amanda Crew, David Cubitt, Stephen McHattie, Peter McRobbie, Ty Olsson, and Matty Finochio. This is a damn good trailer, very moody with a few cool shots, I'm quite curious about this now.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Daniel DiMarco's Juggernaut, direct from YouTube:

Juggernaut Poster

After discovering the news that his mother has taken her life, Saxon Gamble returns home, irrationally plagued by the notion that her death was not a suicide. Saxon, a man of violence, embarks on a revenge mission that shakes up the quiet town of his birth and awakens a dormant sibling rivalry that puts himself and his brother on a collision course with bloody consequences. Juggernaut is both written and directed by Australian filmmaker Daniel DiMarco, making his feature directorial debut after a few shorts previously. This film first premiered at the Shanghai and San Diego Film Festivals last year. LevelFILM will be releasing DiMarco's Juggernaut direct-to-VOD starting March 9th coming up soon. Anyone interested in this film?

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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments


Australian films can be really good. Yeah, I'm intrigued ...

shiboleth on Mar 2, 2018


Looks good, and Kesy always gives interesting, charismatic performances.

Terry Craig on Mar 3, 2018


Looks very good. But symbolic JUGGERNAUT is not a juggernaut.

DAVIDPD on Mar 4, 2018

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