Official Trailer for ‘Ruthless’ Action Thriller Starring Dermot Mulroney
by Alex Billington
November 10, 2023
“Pick your fights, Harry!” “I will.” Saban Films has revealed an official trailer for Ruthless, another action crime thriller from the direct-to-video trash pile getting a release this year. Ruthless is the latest film from director Art Camacho, and it’s yet another of these “one man will fight to stop a trafficking ring” stories that are being used over-and-over these days. Not at all original, and not really an interesting premise anymore beyond making people endlessly fearful and worried. Also similar to the original Taken. In Ruthless, a high school coach, whose teenage daughter was murdered, takes matters into his own hands and going after the men who kidnap his student as part of a human trafficking operation. Dermot Mulroney stars as Harry, along with Jeff Fahey, Melissa Diaz, Mauricio Mendoza, Tonantzin Esparza, and Niko Foster. I will admit, Mulroney does look badass in this being so burn-it-all-down ruthless in here. Check it out below.
Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Art Camacho’s Ruthless, direct from Saban’s YouTube:
Harry (Dermot Mulroney) is a high school wrestling coach recovering from the loss of his daughter who was murdered in a brutal attack. When one of his students disappears under conditions eerily similar to his daughter’s, Harry decides to finally take matters into his own hands to hunt down the men responsible for her kidnapping and will stop at nothing to rescue her from their human trafficking operation. Ruthless is directed by stuntman / filmmaker Art Camacho, director of tons of direct-to-video titles and many other movies including Recoil, Point Doom, Assassin X, Sci-Fighter, and Wild League previously. The screenplay is written by Art Camacho, James Dean Simington, Javier Reyna, Koji Steven Sakai. It’s produced by Elias Axume, Art Camacho, Al Bravo, and Hemdee Kiwanuka. Saban Films will debut Camacho’s Ruthless movie direct-to-VOD starting December 15th, 2023 at the end of the year. Anyone want to watch this? Or not?