Convicted cop-killer Carl Lucas, aka Frankenstein, is a superstar driver in the brutal prison yard demolition derby known as Death Race. Only one victory away from winning freedom for himself and his pit crew. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Death Race: Inferno
Convicted cop-killer Carl Lucas, aka Frankenstein, is a superstar driver in the brutal prison yard demolition derby known as Death Race. Only one victory away from winning freedom for himself and his pit crew.
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william m (au) wrote: Seems straight out of a Twilight Zone. Maybe it was just me, but by the end I was way more on Ethan's side than Sophie's side. I think they film would have been even deeper if they would have made both Ethan and Sophie equally flawed.
SeTo M (ag) wrote: too short and quite complicated. the theme is interesting.
Sanja V (us) wrote: This took me back to some times and places I don't like revisiting.... but I'd forgive Tim Robbins anything :-). It does help to put one's own little miseries into perspective..... Besides, you gotta love a film with a goose named Lisa playing basketball on an oil rig :-))))
Donna G (nl) wrote: haent seen but cant b as gd as the first 1
Soleil D (mx) wrote: Beautifully composed all throughout. The story itself is a bit too convenient to the theme.
Ms Amanda J (kr) wrote: When I was a kid, I passed by Relentless at a movie store and Judd Nelson's manic expression on the video cover made this movie a curiosity item for me. This is a rather quiet role for Judd Nelson who plays Buck Taylor but just by Buck's facial expressions alone, you can tell he's out of it. Sure enough, he's a killer who needs both police interference and psychiatric help. This movie contains some generous flashbacks that tell the viewer how Buck's psychotic tendencies came to be. Leo Rossi's surprisingly attractive in his role as detective Sam Dietz (especially when he isn't on duty and is at home with his wife and son) and his part in Relentless is quite different from the lowlife role he usually plays. You won't really care about the victims (other than notice the posters on their walls or how beautiful their houses are) because they're on screen for a measly five or ten minutes before they get killed. This isn't a slasher film so the victims aren't as developed as they can be. Instead, this is Buck's story, as well as Sam's, and both men are relentless in that Buck's very steady as the Sunset Killer, and Sam has an undying determination to crack the case.
Tim S (ru) wrote: For a made-for-TV horror movie, The Midnight Hour probably won't rank in a lot of people's top ten, but it's an enjoyable one nonetheless. Before directing Child's Play 3, Jack Bender directed this cooky horror comedy about a vampire lady who comes back from the dead in a small town and begins taking over the teenagers one by one. This movie features some well-known actors before anyone knew who they were such as Kevin McCarthy, Mark Blankfield, Shari Belafonte, and LeVar Burton (before his Reading Rainbow and Star Trek: The Next Generation successes). You'll also find Dick Van Patten in there, as well. The plot isn't all that intricate and a lot of the jokes fall flat most of the time, but the movie can be fun without being too scary. It can really play for young adults without parents having to worry about it. It's a cute movie and it deserves its cult status.
Franck B (mx) wrote: petites cellules grises....
Steve F (fr) wrote: Brutal as it gets! It will sink into your mind for days...