Death Race

Death Race

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson Cast: Jason Statham, Tyrese Gibson, Ian McShane

DVD (Wide Screen / Uncensored)

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Product Details

Release Date: 12/21/2008
UPC: 0025195056601
Original Release: 2008
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:00:00
Sales rank: 55,939

Special Features

Start your Engines: Making a Death Race; ; Behind the Wheel: Dissecting the Stunts; Feature Commentary with Director Paul W. Anderson and Producer Jeremy Bolt (Unrated Version Only)

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jason Statham Jensen Ames/Frankenstein
Tyrese Gibson Machine Gun Joe
Ian McShane Coach
Joan Allen Hennessey
Natalie Martinez Case
Max Ryan Pachenko
Jason Clarke Ulrich
Fred Koehler Lists
Jacob Vargas Gunner
Justin Mader Travis Colt
Robert La Sardo Grimm
Robin Shou 14K
Janaya Stephens Suzy

Technical Credits
Paul W.S. Anderson Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Paul Denham Austerberry Production Designer
Scott Boland Casting
Jeremy Bolt Producer
Victoria Burrows Casting
Nigel Churcher Art Director
Roger Corman Executive Producer
Mark Egerton Asst. Director
Don Granger Executive Producer
Paul Haslinger Score Composer
Niven Howie Editor
Dennis E. Jones Executive Producer
Ryan Kavanaugh Executive Producer
Scott Kevan Cinematographer
Michele Laliberte Art Director
Gregory Mah Costumes/Costume Designer
Ib Melchior Original Story
Paula Wagner Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Death Race
1. Killer Competition [4:10]
2. Honest Living (Main Titles) [4:11]
3. Behind Bars [:51]
4. Never a Dull Day [3:00]
5. Keep the Legend Alive [1:25]
6. Getting Acquainted [2:23]
7. Stage 1 [:03]
8. Start Transmission [3:11]
9. Activate Swords & Shields [:07]
10. Play My Game [:29]
11. Looking for Me? [3:16]
12. Stage 2 [1:01]
13. On the Offense [:07]
14. Release the Dreadnought [3:57]
15. Stage 3 [:46]
16. A Little Inspiration [1:02]
17. It's Party Time [:30]
18. Off Track [2:26]
19. All That Matters [4:09]
20. End Titles [6:20]
1. Killer Competition [4:10]
2. Honest Living (Main Titles) [4:11]
3. Behind Bars [:36]
4. Never a Dull Day [3:00]
5. Keep the Legend Alive [1:25]
6. Getting Acquainted [1:15]
7. Stage 1 [:03]
8. Start Transmission [3:11]
9. Activate Swords & Shields [:04]
10. Play My Game [:03]
11. Looking for Me? [3:16]
12. Stage 2 [:31]
13. On the Offense [:07]
14. Release the Dreadnought [3:57]
15. Stage 3 [:22]
16. A Little Inspiration [1:02]
17. It's Party Time [:24]
18. Off Track [2:26]
19. All That Matters [4:09]
20. End Titles [6:20]

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Death Race 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Kinger-From-Bako More than 1 year ago
You probably could guess how this movie was going to turn out, but the special effects partnered with a great cast and dynamite special effects made it a great movie to watch!
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JenniferEvette69 More than 1 year ago
Totally not appropriate for any child, adults only. Brainless movie. For young men only LOL Which I'm sure they will enjoy the action, heads coming off and all.
Bryan_Cassiday_author More than 1 year ago
What is modern filmmakers' penchant for bleached-out sepia-tinted color that looks like moldy black and white? It does not seduce me. To be frank, it looks just plain ugly. I suppose, in the case of this movie, it signifies the ugliness of the future that awaits us.

Despite its ugly-duckling appearance, "Death Watch" is a serviceable action flick starring the charismatic and appealingly imperturbable Jason Statham (of "The Bank Job" fame). Short on plot, "Death Watch" is long on action, the explosive action of racing between souped-up, armor-plated, rocket-mounted, grotesque-looking vehicles. Stathatm's killing machine is an unrecognizable modified V-8 Mustang GT.

There's one catch to these races: they're not about winning, they're about killing the other competitiors. The more racers that are killed, the higher the ratings of the televised matches. It's an interesting theme, but it seems to lack the necessary acerbic wit to pull it off to complete satisfaction.

--Bryan Cassiday, author of "Fete of Death"