Universal Studios has released a new trailer for Roel Reiné's Death Race: Inferno (2012). In this new film inspired by Roger Corman's cult classic, the popular Death Race is transported across the globe to the unforgiving and rugged terrain of South Africa where Frankenstein - the greatest Death Race driver of all time - takes on this ultimate challenge to not only save himself, but his pit crew, as well.
Death Race: Inferno marks the return of Luke Goss (Death Race 2, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army), Danny Trejo (Machete, "Sons of Anarchy"), Ving Rhames (Mission: Impossible franchise), Fred Koehler (Death Race 1 & 2), Robin Shou (Mortal Kombat) and Tanit Phoenix (Femme Fatales). Also, joining the action are Dougray Scott (Mission: Impossible II) and Hlubi Mboya (How to Steal 2 Million).
Death Race: Inferno is produced by Mike Elliott (Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins Ball), with Paul W.S. Anderson and Jeremy Bolt serving as executive producers. The screenplay is by Tony Giglio (Death Race 2).
Universal Studios has confirmed that Death Race: Inferno will arrive on Blu-ray on January 22.
Updated: Special features and street date added up for the upcoming Blu-ray release.
Deleted Shots Montage
The Making of Death Race 3: Inferno: It's an all-new Death Race! Inspired by its popular predecessors, this featurette will show how the filmmakers, production crew and actors created this new version of the popular Death Race franchise.
Feature Commentary With Director Roel Reiné
Special Features Exclusive to the Blu-ray Release:
Racing For Death: Take a look under the hood and behind the wheel of the mechanical stars of Death Race 3: Inferno. From the engine designs to the safety measures put in place to protect the drivers, this featurette will give petrol heads a real look at the cars of Death Race Inferno.
Art Imitating Life: Goldberg: Gain perspective of the cast and crew on the character Goldberg and the actor who plays him, Danny Trejo. Real life experience helped Danny Trejo relate to this story. As a child he got in with the wrong crowd and served 12 years at various California prisons including, San Quentin. The ex-con considers himself to be lucky to have gotten a second chance at life. That second chance came through show business.
@ Boothill I was a little disappointed in the sequel. Mainly because of the obviously smaller budget. It showed in some of the stunts and FX. Story was a bit weaker as well. But this film looks to be a bit better.
And on IMDb, it says the release is in December 2012. I can't wait for this. Been meaning to buy these movies for a while but never got around to it so this new set and third film is the perfect time to do so