Death Race 2 (2010)
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Drive Or Die.
|In the world's most dangerous prison, a new game is born: Death Race. The rules of this adrenaline-fueled blood sport are simple: drive...or die. When repentant convict Carl Lucas (Luke Goss) discovers there's a price on his head, his only hope is to survive a twisted race against an army of hardened criminals and tricked-out cars.|
Editor's NoteLuke Goss, Ving Rhames, Sean Bean, and Danny Trejo headline director Roel Reiné's thrill-ride sequel to Paul W.S. Anderson's hyper-violent remake exploring the origins of the most notorious Death Race competitor ever to take the wheel. Featuring a screenplay by Tony Giglio (CHAOS), DEATH RACE 2 follows convicted cop-killer Carl Lucas (Goss) as he vies for freedom by competing in the most deadly reality show ever conceived. The U.S. economy has completely collapsed, and as lawlessness spreads, private prisons crop up all across the country. Corruption reigns in these for-profit penitentiaries, and Terminal Island is home to some of the most violent offenders in the world. Lucas has just been handed a life sentence for killing a cop. Just when it looks like he'll be spending the rest of his days behind bars, unscrupulous television producer September Jones shows up seeking contestants for a brutal new game show where prisoners battle it out in high-performance death machines equipped with lethal weapons. The reward for surviving this psychotic demolition derby: freedom. Before long Lucas is fastening his seat belt, and preparing for the ride of his life. By the time this race is over, an apocalyptic legend will be born.
Death Race 2 - Unrated - DVD Review
By: Luigi Bastardo Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 1/17/2011 9:42 PM
|In the world of direct-to-video sequels and prequels, the phrase “What the heck were these clowns thinking?” often sprouts up. But, once in a while, something comes along that makes you say “Hey, that wasn’t half-bad!” Such a case seems rare, especially when you’re forced to wade through the multiple bastard cinematic offspring the American Pie and Disney franchises have brought us in the past. An even rarer example in the field of straight-to-DVD low-budgeteers occurs about as often as the State of California passes a law that doesn’t screw over its residents, but, nevertheless, I seem to have found such a movie....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Patrick Lyster - Co-Star|
|Tanit Phoenix - Co-Star|
|Joe Vaz - Co-Star|
|Paul Anderson - Story|
|Paul Haslinger - Composer|
|Tony Giglio - Screenwriter|
|Tony Giglio - Story|
|John McKay - Director of Photography|
|Roel Reine - Director|