I know this is going to interest some here, if nothing else, it has a cast of favourites. Michael Jai White will join Michael Madsen in Vigilante Diaries. Also showing up in there is Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson and a growing favourite of mine, Paul Sloan.
So to celebrate the release of Vigilante Diaries we have one poster from the movie signed by Michael Jai White and a copy of the movie itself on Blu-Ray to give away courtesty of Anchor Bay Entertainment. The winner will send the best Charles Bronson (as well all know, the greatest vigilante of them all) to email@example.com. This offer is open to residents of the United States, don’t forget to include an address.
Here’s a press release for the movie;
Anchor Bay Entertainment will release the action-comedy film VIGILANTE DIARIES in select theaters and on iTunes on June 24, and On Demand, DVD and Blu-ray on July 5.
The film features an all-star ensemble cast led by Paul Sloan (I Am Wrath, The Night Crew),Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (A-Team, UFC Light Heavyweight Champ), action icon Michael Jai White (The Dark Knight, Kill Bill, Black Dynamite), Jason Mewes (Clerks, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back) and Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill). The film is directed by Christian Sesma (Shoot the Hero) from a script co-written by Christian Sesma and Paul Sloan.
SYNOPSIS: Jason Mewes stars as an in-your-face filmmaker known for his web videos of an urban avenger known only as ‘The Vigilante’ (Paul Sloan). But when The Vigilante terminates a creep with deep connections, it’ll trigger a live-feed bloodbath between the Armenian mob, Mexican cartels, a rogue team of Special Forces commandos, and an international black ops conspiracy that’s about to make things very personal. UFC legend Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson, Michael Jai White, Jaqueline Lord, WWE star Sal ‘Chavo’ Guerrero, Jr., James Russo and Michael Madsen co-star in this explosive throwback packed with badass swagger, hardcore firepower and bone-crunching action.
VIGILANTE DIARIES is based off the popular web series on Chill.com that ran from 2013-2014. The show was driven by fans, in a unique episodic-funding model, where the money spent by viewers to view the first two episodes, would go towards funding subsequent episodes.