Street Racer (film)
|Directed by||Teo Konuralp|
|Produced by||David Michael Latt
|Written by||Carey Van Dyke
Shane Van Dyke
Robert Pike Daniel
|Distributed by||The Asylum|
|Running time||85 minutes|
Street Racer is a 2008 action film by The Asylum. Its title is similar to the film Speed Racer, but its overall plot bears a closer similarity to The Fast and the Furious, and particularly The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, which had been released in 2006. The film is advertised by The Asylum as being based on true events.
Johnny Wayne (Clint Browning) is an ex-racer who is serving in prison after crippling a young boy during an illegal street race in Los Angeles. Wayne, having been traumatised by the events, vows to never race again, and is soon released as a reformed citizen.
Whilst Wayne attempts to restore his life and become an honest, hardworking member of society, he slowly finds himself being lured back into street racing by his former associates, for the chance to keep his title as the ultimate street racer of Los Angeles.
- Clint Browning as Johnny Wayne
- Dorothy Drury as Kelly
- Robert Pike Daniel as Red
- Jason Ellefson as Mickey Styles
- Dustin Fitzsimons as Steve
- Michael Crider as Briggs
- Connor Herlong as Daniel
- T.J. Zale as Robert
- Reggie Jernigan as Derek
- Kelli Dawn Hancock as Armenia
- Sinead McCafferty as Sheila
- Jennifer Dorogi as Teddy
- Jack Goldenberg as Travis
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift - A similar film released in 2006
- Death Racers - Another racing film by The Asylum released in the same year
- Speed Demon - Another film by The Asylum released in 2003, which bears some similarity to Street Racer
- Speed Racer (film)
- Street Racer at The Asylum
- Street Racer at the Internet Movie Database
- Cinematical - The Asylum Update: Here Comes 'Street Racer'!