Violent, Sexy Red Band Trailer for Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050


Roger Corman's Death Race 2050

Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050 releases on DVD/Blu-ray Combo Pack on January 17th

Roger Corman turned 90 this year and to celebrate he made another movie. But not just any movie. A legitimate sequel/reboot to the film that defined his work in the 1970s: 1975’s blistering, brutal and satirical bloodbath, Death Race 2000.

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Shot in Peru and produced by both Corman and his business partner and wife, producer Julie Corman, Death Race 2050 is yet another go-for-broke look at an America gone made, where auto enthusiasts entertain the masses in a cross-country race where running over and murdering both pedestrians and each other is encouraged and celebrated. Manu Bennett replaces the late David Carradine as the leather clad driver “Frankenstein” and the immortal Malcolm McDowell appears as The Chairman, a character with eerie similarities to a certain current President Elect. Actor-turned-director G.J. Echternkamp takes over for the long since passed Paul Bartel, the multi-hyphenate Corman regular who helped steer the original to screen.

Death Race 2050 hits DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack on January 17th from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Special Features include:

The Making of 2050 – This featurette goes behind the scenes of Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050 to explore why, over four decades later, the original Death Race 2000 has been remade, including what made this project appealing to cast and crew, what changes have been made, and what fans of the original will still love. Discover the movie magic behind the deaths, stunts and of course — the cars! Includes interviews with stars, director G.J. Echternkamp and Corman himself.

Cars! Cars! Cars! – Go on the set with the drivers of Death Race 2050 as they introduce their one-of-a-kind killing machines: Frankenstein and his Monster, Perfectus and his Piece of Art, Tammy and the Tank, Minerva and her Sound Box and ABE.

The Look of 2050 – An insider look at how the film’s visual style came together, including how shooting in Peru helped set the tone of the picture and how the costumes became stars in and of themselves.

Watch the wild trailer below and tell us your thoughts!