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Universal Pictures Home Entertainment presents Roger Corman’sDeath Race 2050‘ on a multitude of home video options January 17, 2017. You can pick your media from Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD, and enjoy this balls-to-the-wall, full-throttle mayhem in all it’s splendor.



This reboot takes a beautiful pleasure in the bloody excesses you are faced with at every turn. You better be ready for anything when you pop this disc into your player, this is not just a race to find out who’s the best on wheels, this is a perverse game where the innocent bystander is the target and each of the larger-than-life drivers are awarded points for gleefully running down the pedestrians, the more violent and wicked the death is, the more points they get.

The all-powerful corporate government run by The Chairman (Malcolm McDowell) brainwashes the masses while fan favorite and reigning champion of the race is Frankenstein played by the delicious Manu Bennett. Frankenstein hopes to hang onto his winning crown, but he has a rebel spy for a co-pilot that certainly threatens his odds.

Produced by Roger Corman, the king of cult classics, ‘Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050‘ features a cast including Burt Grinstead (“NCIS”), Marci Miller (‘Viper‘), Folake Olowofoyeku (‘The Beaver‘), Anessa Ramsey (‘Footloose‘), Yancy Butler (‘Hard Target‘) and Charlie Farrell (‘Cantar‘).


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.

By Bryan Kluger

Former husky model, real-life Comic Book Guy, genre-bending screenwriter, nude filmmaker, hairy podcaster, pro-wrestling idiot-savant, who has a penchant for solving Rubik's Cubes and rolling candy cigarettes on unreleased bootlegs of Frank Zappa records.

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