What order do the Death Race movies go in?

What order do the Death Race movies go in?

Death Race 2000 (1975)

  • Death Race (2008)
  • Death Race 2 (2010)
  • Death Race 3: Inferno (2013)
  • Death Race 2050 (2017)
  • Death Race: Beyond Anarchy (2018)
  • Is Death Race 2 a sequel?

    Death Race 3: Inferno
    Death Race 2/Sequels
    It is the second installment in the Death Race film series. The film serves as a prequel to Death Race (2008), is followed by a sequel Death Race 3: Inferno (2013) and was released directly to video on 27 December 2010. The film explores the origins of the first “Frankenstein” car driver, Carl “Luke” Lucas (Luke Goss).

    Is Death Race 4 a prequel?

    Death Race
    Death Race: Beyond Anarchy/Prequels

    Is Death Race 3 a prequel?

    Death Race 2
    Death Race 3: Inferno/Prequels

    Which Death Race is first?

    Filming began in Montreal in August 2007, and the completed project was released on August 22, 2008. The film received mixed reviews from critics. Three direct-to-video films in the series were then released: Death Race 2 (2010), Death Race 3: Inferno (2013) and Death Race: Beyond Anarchy (2018).

    What cars are in Death Race?

    The cars used by the 9 competitors in the death race are as following: 2006 Ford Mustang GT, 2007 Dodge Ram 3500, 1966 Buick Riviera, 1980 Porsche 911, 1989 Jaguar XJS, 2006 Chrysler 300C, 1972 Buick Riviera “Boat Tail”, 1979 Pontiac Trans Am, 1989 BMW 735i.

    Who is Frank in Death Race?

    The character has been played by David Carradine, Jason Statham, Luke Goss, Dougray Scott, Manu Bennett, and Velislav Pavlov….Frankenstein (Death Race)

    Gender Male
    Occupation Driver Convict
    Nationality American (Carl Lucas, Frankenstein) British (Niles York, Jensen Ames)

    What was Lists in jail for in Death Race?

    Frederick Koehler as Lists, another member of Frankenstein’s pit crew and a compulsive data collector. He is in prison for murdering his abusive mother.

    What happened Death Race 3?

    Lucas takes the lead with York attempting to kill him with a missile, but 14K shoots flares to divert the missile and destroy it, saving his life and repaying his “life for a life” debt from the previous film. Lucas holds a commanding lead and kills many of the Death Race guards along the way.

    Who dies in Death Race?

    Jason Statham as Jensen Garner Ames, a falsely-accused convicted prisoner coerced to drive in the arena, taking the name “Frankenstein” from the man who came before him. He kills 2 racers (Travis Colt and Slovo Pachenko) at the race.

    What is the car at the end of Death Race?

    See all 9 photos Think S197 Mustang meets ’82 GT meets Apache helicopter and you get the vibe of the wreck-tech effect laid on the latest Mustang by Death Race production designer Paul Austerberry. The result is Frankenstein’s Monster, an appropriate steed for the most popular inmate racer on Terminal Island.

    What cars were used in Death Race 2000?

    Frankenstein’s Alligator car and the Machine Gun car were re-bodied Volkswagens, and Matilda’s Buzz Bomb was a VW Karmann-Ghia. The Roman Lion was built on a Fiat 850 Spider chassis.

    Who are the actors in the movie Death Race?

    Featured Cast Danny Trejo. Goldberg Luke Goss. Carl ‘Luke’ Lucas / Frankenstein Jason Statham. Jensen Ames Ving Rhames. Weyland Zach McGowan. Connor Joan Allen. Warden Hennessey

    Is there a Death Race 4 Movie Collection?


    What are the rules of the Death Race?

    The rules of this adrenaline-fueled blood sport are simple, drive or die. When repentant convict Carl Lucas discovers there’s a price on his head, his only hope is to survive a twisted race against an army of hardened criminals and tricked-out cars. Carl Lucas / Frankenstein has won four of his races and needs to win one more to win his freedom.

    Where does the TV series Death Race take place?

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Death Race series is a car combat franchise encompassing a series of films and other media centered on a reality show set in a prison, where inmates race against each other in order to win their freedom.