Five Clips from Death Race 3: Inferno


Frank Koehler and Luke Goss in Death Race 3 - Inferno (2013) Movie Image

Like racing to the death? Like clips? Then you’re in luck, buckaroo, because here are five clips from the direct-to-DVD action sequel “Death Race 3: Inferno”. Yes, it’s basically more of the same, but if you’re a fan of that, I guess that won’t be much of an issue, will it? Roel Reine, who directed the last sequel, returns to take the reins once again for “Inferno”.

If I’m correct, this is a direct sequel to the last movie, but still a prequel to the first big-budget movie with Jason Statham. Probably. Does it really matter? Look, fast cars shooting at each other!

Repentant convict Carl Lucas (Luke Goss) — aka Frankenstein— is a legendary driver in the brutal prison blood sport known as Death Race. Only one victory away from winning freedom, Lucas is plunged into his most vicious competition yet: the first ever Desert Death Race. Through South Africa’s infernal Kalahari Desert, Lucas is pitted against ruthless adversaries and powerful forces at work behind the scenes to ensure his defeat.

The cast includes Luke Goss, Danny Trejo, Tanit Phoenix, Fred Koehler, Robin Shou, Ving Rhames, and Dougray Scott.

The death racing re-commences on DVD/Blu-ray or a VOD outlet of your choice January 22, 2013.

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  • Dedpool

    I actually liked the sequel, and this one should be even better since the venu moves to a new location. Luke Goss was good, as was Trejo, and Ving is always fun. Also good to see the one character from the last two return in the form of Fred “Lists” Koehler. This is a fun little b-movie franchise.

  • Thecrow77

    I’ve already seen this. It’s mediocre at best, but passable direct-to-dvd fare. Moving out to the desert doesn’t really improve the series. Don’t expect anything near as good as the first film. But again, fans of the series will be mildly content I think. I’d like to see Luke Goss start getting cast in some bigger budget action movies though.