Death Race (owner)
The Death Race series may be a car war franchise that has a series of films and other media focused on a reality show set during a prison, where inmates compete with one another to win their freedom.
Death Race 2000 (1975)
Death Race 2000 is a 1975 cult action movie. In the future, the ultimate game event is the Death Race. Competitors get score points as people race across the country. This game has gotten ridiculous for fans who sacrifice themselves for driving. A secret team tries to put an end to immoral death racing and infiltrate one of their followers as the best driving navigator. In the end, the lives of competitors, presidents and death racers are in danger.
The screenplay is based on Ib Melchior’s short story “The Racer”. 
Death Race (2008)
Death Race may be a 2008 remake (director Paul W. S. Anderson said he thought of the movie Death Race 2000 as a precursor to DVD commentary). In 2012, the US economy collapsed, unemployment and crime rates skyrocketed, and sharp increases in convicted criminals led to profit-privatized prisons. Terminal Island Prison Warden Claire Hennessy (Joan Allen) profits from watching a contemporary gladiator game called “Death Race”, taking prisoners as soldiers. Racers, their navigators at Terminal Island, a closed track for 3 days or more different pressure plates with the three parts of the drive: swords Racing Team’s assault weapons carrying, armor oil, smoke and napalm as defensive weapons, implement, and skulls ( “Death Head”) from the trail soar Ta deadly metal activate traps. The reward for drivers is that if a racer wins five races, they’re going to tend their freedom by Warden Hennessy.
Death Race 2 (2010)
Death Race 2 is that the precursor of the 2008 Death Race. Getaway driver Carl “Luke” Lucas (Luke Goss) has been arrested after his crime boss Marcus Kane (Sean Bean) committed a robbery. When his accomplices rob the bank, two cops casually enter the building. Luke tells his partners to possess an abortion, but they refuse; Luke intervenes, leading to the death of 1 of the three accomplices. so as to satisfy Marcus’s wishes, Luke shoots a politician and dumps his minions. In doing so, Luke is caught by police following a high-speed chase and sentenced to serve time on Terminal Island. Concerned that Luke would trade information about his crimes for immunity, Marcus orders his men to seek out his whereabouts and take Luke out.
Death Race 3: Inferno (2013)
Death Race owner Weiland (Wing Rams) is forced to sell the rights to British billionaire Niles York (Dagre Scott). York reveals that he wants to rework the death race into the deserts of Africa. before his departure, Weiland arranges for surgery to heal the infection and deadly scars on the face of Lucas, the protagonist from the previous film, Death Race 2. He threatens to lose his race and his life if he fails to comply.
Death Race 2050 (2017)
Gorman created Death Race 2050 as a sequel to his original film, which starts in February 2016 in Peru. It stars Malcolm McDowell, Manu Bennett, Burt Grinstead, Marcy Miller, Folake Olufoegu, Anessa Ramsey, Yancy Butler and Charlie Farrell. Jije Directed by Ederkamp.  The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray within the us on January 17, 2017 with three documentaries: The Making of 2050, Cars! Cars! Cars !, and therefore the look of 2050. 
Death Race: Beyond Anarchy (2018)
Death Race: Beyond Anarchy may be a sequel to 2008’s Death Race, directed by Don Michael Ball and featuring the arrival of Danny Trejo and Frederick Kohler. It stars Zach McGowan, Kristin Marzano, Danny Glover and Lorina Kamburova.  
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Deathsport may be a 1978 sci-fi B-movie, produced by Roger Gorman and directed by Alan Arkush and Nicholas Nisibor