What's happening?

Video Sources 0 Views Report Error

  • Watch traileryoutube.com
  • Source 1123movies
  • Source 2123movies
  • Source 3123movies
  • Source 4123movies
  • Source 5123movies
  • Source 6123movies
  • Source 7123movies
  • Source 8123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies

Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies

Welcome to the InfernoJan. 04, 2013104 Min.
Your rating: 0
8 1 vote


Watch: Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies, Full Movie Online – Convicted cop-killer Carl Lucas, aka Frankenstein, is a superstar driver in the brutal prison yard demolition derby known as Death Race. Only one victory away from winning freedom for himself and his pit crew, Lucas is plunged into an all-new competition more vicious than anything he has experienced before. Pitted against his most ruthless adversaries ever, Lucas fights to keep himself and his team alive in a race in South Africa’s infernal Kalahari Desert. With powerful forces at work behind the scenes to ensure his defeat, will Lucas’ determination to win at all costs mean the end of the road for him?.
Plot: Carl Lucas / Frankenstein has won four of his races and needs to win one more to win his freedom. Before his final race, Lucas and his team, car and all, are transferred to another prison where they will compete in a Death Race in the desert. Also, at the same time, Ceaser runs into a marketer who wants to franchise the Death Race program.
Smart Tags: #mistaken_identity #death_in_title #female_topless_nudity #guided_missile #franchise #bare_chested_male #cleavage #implied_sex #fellatio #male_buttocks #woman_wears_a_bra_and_panties #forced_kiss #threat #switched_identity #shackled #low_budget #female_rear_nudity #shower #female_nudity #death #prison

Find Alternative – Death Race: Inferno 2013, Streaming Links:

123movies | FMmovies | Putlocker | GoMovies | SolarMovie | Soap2day


5.4/10 Votes: 19,074
50% | RottenTomatoes
N/A | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 625 Popularity: 32.41 | TMDB


Not as good as it’s previous two
Luke Goss returns from the second film as the heroic convict in a future world where prisoners must race each other to the death (with the world tuning in on PPV, natch). He replaced Jason Statham’s character (who clearly has better things to do) thanks to a convenient gimmick. Both of them raced under the handle “Frankenstein,” wearing a metal mask supposedly hiding their hideous facial injuries. The gag comes from the Roger Corman original, but it holds up well, and we accept Goss as our new go-to guy with only a minimum amount of plot exposition.

They also find a new hook for the race itself, after a corporate sleazebag (Dougray Scott) buys the company in charge of the whole thing. (Ving Rhames shows up to collect a check as the former owner, supposedly outfoxed in a subplot that no one need pay any attention to). Goss’s Frankenstein soon finds himself shipped off the South Africa, home to a new Baja-style Death Race that the company eagerly wants to use him for. His pit crew Lists (Fred Koehler), Goldberg (Danny Trejo) and Katrina (Tanit Phoenix) come with him, and soon find themselves embroiled in the usual intrigue surrounding the race. The end of the film sets up has an attempt to make another Death Race film.

Review By: Floated2
Painfully disappointing
Let me start by stating that I loved DR1, and found DR2 a surprisingly (and unusually) well-made and entertaining sequel, even if (clearly) not of the same caliber as the first movie. As such, I admit I had fairly high expectations for this third film, although I was not hoping for anything more than just a plain, good ol’fashioned, B action fest.

What you get instead is a badly edited piece of manure that lacks coherence, but is rich in really poor and amateurish performances, stuffed with mostly mediocre (and occasionally outright pitiful!) f/x. I cannot understand how the same director (and largely same cast) responsible for DR2 could end up with this mess! Sure, most of the problems – ‘snipped’ action sequences, scenes sequenced so quickly and randomly that they resemble a meaningless collage of music videos, nonsensical dialogue that makes you think the actor/actress is responding to lines cut from the final product, words dropped/missing, incoherent scenes, confused camera work etc. – could be explained by a hatchet-job in editing. Still, no matter how bad the editor may have been at his/her job, it cannot possibly explain the amateurishly exaggerated performances from virtually all the actors/actresses involved, very much including Ving Rhames, Luke Goss, and Danny Trejo, all of whom have proved themselves before (to a greater or lesser extent) to be able to carry their lines and scenes rather well.

This movie obviously had a much smaller budget, and did not have the benefit of inheriting the original cars (and probably some sets) as DR2 did. It is all the more surprising, then, that the director did not even make full use of the f/x and explosions/kills that they did spend money on, oftentimes opting to cut away from them and not letting them play themselves out on the screen!(?) There are a few genuinely nice (sometimes even beautiful) shots (courtesy of the stunning desert location) a few somewhat interesting cars (though most are entirely too reminiscent of those in Fast Five) and Eugene Khumbanyiwa (the actor who played the Nigerian warlord in District 9) is as deliciously psychotic as ever – but they are the rarest of exceptions in this otherwise confused, utterly amateurish endeavour. I found myself beginning to yawn about halfway through, and could not help but feel that DR3 compares to DR2 much the same way as, say, the Nemesis sequels compared to the original Nemesis.

Review By: dingo865

Other Information:

Original Title Death Race: Inferno
Release Date 2013-01-04
Release Year 2013

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min)
Budget 6500000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Crime, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Roel Reiné
Writer Paul W.S. Anderson (story by), Tony Giglio (story by), Tony Giglio (screenplay by), Paul W.S. Anderson (characters from “Death Race”), Robert Thom (characters from “Death Race 2000”), Charles B. Griffith (characters from “Death Race 2000”)
Actors Luke Goss, Ving Rhames, Danny Trejo, Dougray Scott
Country USA, Germany, South Africa
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Red Epic, Cooke S4 and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Redcode RAW (5K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Death Race: Inferno 2013 123movies
Original title Death Race: Inferno
TMDb Rating 5.804 625 votes

Similar titles

Paris Holiday 1958 123movies
A Man 2022 123movies
Hallows Eve 2016 123movies
Indomitable: The Dragonphoenix Chronicles 2013 123movies
Rurouni Kenshin Part II: Kyoto Inferno 2014 123movies
Jack & Daniel 2019 123movies
Simmer 2020 123movies
Dinosaur Cove 2021 123movies
Bitter Taste of Ginger 2021 123movies
No Sympathy for the Devil 1997 123movies
Fast and Fierce: Death Race 2020 123movies
Sisters in Arms 2019 123movies