Death Race/Death Race 2/Death Race: Inferno DVD

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The complete high-octane, ultra-violent Death Race trilogy with monster cars, machine guns, and bone crunching crashes. These action-packed explosive movies will have you gripping your seat at every twist and turn. Welcome to the most evil spectator sport on Earth... Welcome to Death Race. Death Race Special Features: Feature Commentary Picture in Picture Warden's Angle Elevated Angle Feature Angle Frank's Interior Angle Ground Angle Joe's Interior Angle Pit Crew Angle Behind the Wheel: Dissecting the Stunts Start Your Engines: Making a Deathrace Death Race 2 Special... Features: Feature Commentary Deleted Scenes Deleted Shots Montage The Race Begins: The Evolution of Death Race Cheating Death: The Stunts of Death Race 2 Fast Cars and Firearms: The Cars of Death Race 2 [show more]

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Released
17 April 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Universal Pictures 
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Features
PAL 
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A triple-bill of action films based on Paul Bartel's 1975 film 'Death Race 2000'. In 'Death Race' (2008), Jason Statham stars as former racing driver Jensen Ames, who is sent to Terminal Island prison after being framed for the murder of his wife. There, he is forced by the masochistic Warden Hennessey (Joan Allen) to compete in a lethal car race where the contestants must win or die. In the follow up prequel 'Death Race 2' (2010), Luke Goss plays a convict determined to gain his freedom no matter what it takes. Set in the near future as the US economy begins to falter and crime increases, new prisons run strictly for profit begin to appear. Terminal Island is one such penitentiary where a regime of brutal oppression reigns. Beginning his life sentence after killing a policeman, Carl Lucas (Goss) soon realises his only chance for freedom lies in entering and winning the latest TV show devised by unscrupulous producer September Jones (Lauren Cohan). In the last-man-standing 'death race', Lucas must battle it out against his fellow inmates in heavily modified vehicles designed to destroy anything that gets in their way. Finally, in 'Death Race: Inferno' (2012), with his fame having spread worldwide and only one more race win required to gain freedom for himself and his pit crew, Lucas (Goss), suddenly discovers that the rules have been changed when the race is relocated to South Africa. With those in control planning to ensure his defeat, Lucas will need every ounce of his skill and cunning as he battles it out against his deadliest opponents yet in a winner-takes-all race across the merciless landscape of the Kalahari Desert.

A triple-bill of action films based on Paul Bartel's 1975 film 'Death Race 2000'. In 'Death Race' (2008), Jason Statham stars as former racing driver Jensen Ames, who is sent to Terminal Island prison after being framed for the murder of his wife. There, he is forced by the masochistic Warden Hennessey (Joan Allen) to compete in a lethal car race where the contestants must win or die. In the follow up prequel 'Death Race 2' (2010), Luke Goss plays a convict determined to gain his freedom no matter what it takes. Set in the near future as the US economy begins to falter and crime increases, new prisons run strictly for profit begin to appear. Terminal Island is one such penitentiary where a regime of brutal oppression reigns. Beginning his life sentence after killing a policeman, Carl Lucas (Goss) soon realises his only chance for freedom lies in entering and winning the latest TV show devised by unscrupulous producer September Jones (Lauren Cohan). In the last-man-standing 'death race', Lucas must battle it out against his fellow inmates in heavily modified vehicles designed to destroy anything that gets in their way. Finally, in 'Death Race: Inferno' (2012), with his fame having spread worldwide and only one more race win required to gain freedom for himself and his pit crew, Lucas (Goss), suddenly discovers that the rules have been changed when the race is relocated to South Africa. With those in control planning to ensure his defeat, Lucas will need every ounce of his skill and cunning as he battles it out against his deadliest opponents yet in a winner-takes-all race across the merciless landscape of the Kalahari Desert.