Check out the new trailer for Gary Daniels‘ Misfire movie.
Seems to waiting time of fans of Gary Daniels is finally paid off, his new film Misfire is close to release. This is the second Mexican related movie after Bullpen Fight Club from director R. Ellis Frazier who this time sees Daniels opening a can of D.E.A. whoopass on the Mexican criminal underworld to save his ex-wife and clear his brother’s name.
Misfire also gets on board Vanessa Vasquez, Michael Greco, Luis Gatica, Geoffrey Ross, Patricia Peinado Cruz, Anthony J. Rickert-Epstein and Fabian Lope (if these names tell you anything).
Synopsis: A fearless D.E.A. agent waging a one man crusade against drug cartels on the U.S.-Mexico border, Cole will stop at nothing to bring down the bad guys. When his ex-wife is kidnapped and his brother framed for it, Cole’s battle against the cartel becomes personal. With the help of local reporter, the headstrong and hot-blooded Gracie, he navigates the deadly Tijuana underworld run by brutal kingpin Raul Montenegro. Now the clock is ticking down to a final showdown where justice will be decided at gunpoint.
And Gary has much more to offer this year: Skin Traffik, Zero Tolerance, Bullpen Fight Club, Blackwater and Soldier Girls.
Check out the trailer below.
Full of gritty action and taut suspense, Misfire is a showcase for Gary Daniels, whose unparalleled fight skills are on full display. Produced on location in Tijuana, Misfire is a sure-fire hit for worldwide audiences hungry for an action-packed roller coaster ride. Film is currently scheduled for a 2014 release.
Here is the story:
Johnny wakes from a drunken stupor in an upper-class neighborhood in Tijuana, his European journalist wife, Sarah, mysteriously missing. Pegged for the crime by the local police, Johnny takes a chance and calls his brother Cole (Gary Daniels) in Juarez, Mexico, for help.
Cole is not only a tough DEA agent, he is Sarah’s ex-husband. He’s also fresh out of a bloody, botched operation which got him suspended from active duty.
Still haunted by his failed marriage to Sarah, and always distrustful of his brother Johnny, Cole defies his superiors and makes his way to the scene of the kidnapping. Approached by Gracie, a female photojournalist and colleague of Sarah’s, Cole gets his first lead on Sarah’s whereabouts.
He finds that Sarah had been investigating Raul Montenegro, a charismatic, popular Mexican businessman with aspirations for public office. Sarah has uncovered proof that Montenegro, in reality, has made has his fortunes as the middle-man between the South American drug producers and the Mexico’s deadly border cartels.
The hardened DEA man now-gone-rogue barrels into the seedy underworld of the city. Hiring two private military to “contractors” to help him rescue Sarah, and against Gracie’s better advice to use more finesse, the men stumble into a violent gunfight barely escaping with their lives.
Johnny is found dead in his jail cell after the botched raid and soon informants turn-up dead as well. Cole turns from hunted to hunter as he moves closer to Sarah. But time is running out.
In a desperate and brazen move, and defying the orders of his handlers, Cole takes on Montenegro’s lead enforcer to get Sarah back. But will his gamble pay off?
Check out the first teaser trailer for Gary Daniels Misfire.