Death Race 2000 (1975) 1080p YIFY Movie

Death Race 2000 (1975) 1080p

Death Race 2000 is a movie starring David Carradine, Sylvester Stallone, and Simone Griffeth. In a dystopian future, a cross country automobile race requires contestants to run down innocent pedestrians to gain points that are...

IMDB: 6.22 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Comedy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.33G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 80
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 9

The Synopsis for Death Race 2000 (1975) 1080p

In the year 2000--against the backdrop of social turmoil, political unrest, and rampant anarchy--a now-totalitarian United States of America supports a brutal annual event to pacify the masses: the infamous Transcontinental Road Race. Scoring points simply by running over unsuspecting pedestrians, the national champion driver, Frankenstein, has to race against fast contestants such as the beautiful cowgirl killer, Calamity Jane; the neo-Nazi, Matilda the Hun; the Roman gladiator, Nero the Hero, and, first and foremost, the Chicago thug and ambitious challenger, Machine Gun Joe. Who will score the most points in the violent Death Race 2000?


The Director and Players for Death Race 2000 (1975) 1080p

[Director]Paul Bartel
[Role:]Mary Woronov
[Role:]David Carradine
[Role:]Sylvester Stallone
[Role:]Simone Griffeth


The Reviews for Death Race 2000 (1975) 1080p


The movie that made Sylvester Stallone a trivia questionReviewed byllltdesqVote: 8/10

This film received one of the ultimate compliments: they made it into a pinball machine (a good one, too) and it's probably one of two subjects Sylvester Stallone wishes would go away! Fred Grandy is probably glad his role isn't as prominent. Actually, as a movie, it's pretty decent. I enjoyed it myself. Mary Woronov did a great job and most of the other leads are good as well. Stop the proceedings, Oscars for everyone! Worth watching.

A Missing Piece From My ChildhoodReviewed bygavin6942Vote: 9/10

In a dystopian future, a cross country automobile race requires contestants to run down innocent pedestrians to gain points that are tallied based on each kills brutality. Starring David Carradine and Sylvester Stallone.

When I was younger and my family would go for a drive, my father would often make the remark that if he swerved and hit someone, it would be worth twenty points. In my youth, I never really understood where he picked it up from, but now I think it is safe to say that "Death Race 2000" was his source.

While this movie is fairly cheesy, it is fun in a way most other films simply are not. I would not even call it a "dark comedy" because the violence is not dark, it is just campy. Beverly Gray calls it "comically macabre".

There is some strong underlying message about American values that could be interpreted differently by different people: is America an inherently violent nation? Or are we a nation trying to maximize our freedoms? (This dispute comes into play when "rebels" show up who wish to end the race and restore the old America.) What is interesting is that Corman was known to be anti-authority, so he should be saying that this race is barbaric. Yet, he clearly understands that the viewer enjoys the death scenes... without them, the film would be nothing. What does this say about us, or about him?

Stallone has a surprisingly small role, despite being the secondary character. He does not speak much and seems to be in the movie for no other reason than to use violence against women. In the vernacular, he "keeps his pimp hand strong".

David Carradine, who never busts out many a karate move in this film, is the real hero. He plays the race's most popular character ("Frankenstein") who has allegedly been pieced back together year after year. His bondage gear outfit and smooth Carradine attitude make him a clear favorite for movie viewers, as well.

All in all, this film is a cult classic and deserves to be. Corman wanted to compete with "Rollerball" (1975) for a fraction of the cost, so he purchased Ib Melchoir's "The Racer" and went from there. I think he succeeded. I do not know how much money each film made, but I know of nobody today who is out there calling "Rollerball" the better film.

Violent death race in which contestants get score points for running drivers down and sacrificing themselves.Reviewed byma-cortesVote: 6/10

Paul Bartel's wickedly funny sci-fi black comedy with frantic acting , chills , humor and gory fun . This cult hit is set in a Dystopian future , 21th century , a cross country automobile race , there five car (several of the cars in the movie are re-bodied Volkswagens) contenders challenge the national championship in which drivers score points by killing pedestrians in a televised death race . Assorted ruthless people leave patches of rubber across the country competing for grand prize in legal transcontinental auto race . It requires contestants to run down innocent people to gain points that are tallied based on each kills brutality . As there participates an assertive and charismatic masked man called Frankestein (David Carradine , the role was originally offered to Peter Fonda, who considered the movie too ridiculous for words) , Machine Gun Joe Viterbo (Sylvester Stallone did much of their own driving and wrote some of his own dialogue) , co-driver Annie Smith (Simone Griffeth was excellent as David Carradine's enticing co-pilot) , Mary Woronov as Calamity Jane , Roberta Collins as Matilda the Hun , Martin Kove as Nero , among others . In the final of the race the lives of the competitors , pedestrians , the President and the death race itself are in deep peril .

This cult fave based on the 1956 story by Ib Melchior about a futurist international sport , a violent and bloody car race where the drivers score points for hitting other vehicles ; though the screenplay retains only the basic premises of the original short story ; the characters and incidents are all different . New World's Roger Corman wrote the original treatment of the film, which was serious in tone , but thought it was not right and, in his words, was "kind of vile" ; he decided the dark material of the story would be better served by making the movie into a comedy and had Robert Thom rewrite the treatment . This exciting movie is full of noisy action , moving scenes , thrills, chills , satire and lots of violence . The object is to race cars and kill as many competitors as possible , as it packs spectacular chases with skillful stunts and without computer generator effects . From the beginning to the end the unstopped action and the emotions are interminable . The surreal style of cartoon suffused all movie , outrageous in its subject matter and black zany in its treatment . ¨Death race¨ owes to ¨Tom and Jerry¨ cartoon and to Coyote's fruitless pursuit of the Road Runner . According to Roger Corman, film's producer ,several of the custom cars featured in the movie were later sold to car museums for considerably more than it cost to build them . The racetrack used for the opening track and grandstand scenes is the Ontario Motor Speedway near Los Angeles . The cars didn't run most of the time, so they had to be pushed down hills in order to get them to move ; moreover, the cameras used to film the cars were under-cranked in order to perpetuate the illusion that they were moving faster.

The motion picture was originally directed by Paul Bartel . This American filmmaker's anarchic work was consistently more amusing than nearly all of his undergoing contemporaries . He began as a filmmaker of animated shorts , like Frank Tashlin , who also started in animation . Bartel's reputation rests most securely with ¨Eating Raoul¨ which took him ages to finance and almost as long to distribute ; he subsequently made a spoof western titled ¨Lust in the dust¨ and ¨Scenes from the class struggle in Beverly Hills¨ a wild black comedy as well as lusty lewd ; furthermore directed ¨Private parts¨ , ¨Not for publication¨ , among others . ¨Death race 2000¨ was followed by ¨Death Sport¨ (1978) with David Carradine , Richard Lynch , Claudia Jennings , Jeese Vint , William Smithers ; ¨Cannoball¨ mostly interesting for a plethora of cult cameos , not top drawer production but nonetheless acceptable , with David Carradine , Mary Wonorov , Joe Dante , John Landis , Martin Scorsese and many others ; recently has been made ¨Death race¨ with Jason Statham , Robin Shou, Robert LaSardo , Tyrese Gibson and Joan Allen ; ¨Death Race 2¨ by Roel Reine with Luke Goss , Lauren Cohan , Sean Bean and Ving Rhames ; and ¨Death Race : Inferno¨ with Luke Goss , Lauren Cohan , Sean Bean , Ving Rhames and Dougray Scott ; all of them no as good as the original , but still watchable .

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