Paul WS Anderson's Death Race remake began with the demise of racing champ Frankenstein played (vocally at least) by original Death Race 2000 star Keith Carradine.
The Death Race has become the most popular television event on the planet, and it's a handy way of dealing with the overcrowded prison system.
After the original Frankenstein dies in the opening, ex-racer and wrongly-accused convict Ames (Jason Statham) is persuaded to don the mask for an opportunity to win a pardon.
Death Race 2 is released on DVD and Blu-ray on 27 December, and the prequel tells the story of how the original Frankenstein came to be.
Read on to find out the key ingredients that go into making a Death Race...
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Jan 14th 2011, 13:12
Page 2 and already some ridiculous errors... 'David' Carradine played Frankenstein, and he WASN'T disfigured, he just wore a mask that made it look like he was. Him taking the mask off is pretty big scene in the film!
If that was a Paul WS Anderson quote then shame on him
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