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Death Race 3: Inferno arrives on DVD and Blu-ray today courtesy of Universal Studios Home Entertainment, and to get you fiends out there pumped up, Dread Central recently caught up with the man behind the Frankenstein mask, Luke Goss.

In this third Death Race flick, we find Goss’ character, Carl Lucas, once again getting the royal screwjob but this time by the douchebag owner of a South African prison named Niles York (Dougray Scott), who will stop at nothing to ensure that Frankenstein doesn’t win the newest Death Race through the dangerous streets and terrains of the unforgiving Kalahari Desert.

Directed by Roel Reiné, Death Race 3 also stars Danny Trejo, Ving Rhames, Tanit Phoenix, Robin Shou and Fred Koehler. At the recent press day for the sequel, we spoke to Goss about what was different for him this time around while reprising his role as Frankenstein and heard more about the difficulties of working behind the Frankenstein mask, his thoughts on collaborating with Reiné once again, whether or not he believes fans can look forward to more Death Race mayhem in the future and much more.

Check out our exclusive video interview with Goss below!

Blu-ray Special Features

  • Alternate Opening
  • “Racing For Death”: Take a look under the hood and behind the wheel of the mechanical stars of Death Race 3: Inferno. From the engine designs to the safety measures put in place to protect the drivers, this featurette will give petrol heads a real look at the cars of Death Race Inferno.
  • “Art Imitating Life: Goldberg”: Gain perspective of the cast and crew on the character Goldberg and the actor who plays him, Danny Trejo. Real life experience helped Danny Trejo relate to this story. As a child he got in with the wrong crowd and served 12 years at various California prisons, including San Quentin. The ex-con considers himself to be lucky to have gotten a second chance at life. That second chance came through show business.

    Blu-ray and DVD Special Features

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Deleted Shots Montage
  • “The Making of Death Race 3: Inferno: It’s an all-new Death Race! Inspired by its popular predecessors, this featurette will show how the filmmakers, production crew and actors created this new version of the popular Death Race franchise.
  • Feature Commentary with Director Roel Reiné

    Synopsis
    Repentant convict Carl Lucas (Luke Goss) — aka Frankenstein— is a legendary driver in the brutal prison blood sport known as Death Race. Only one victory away from winning freedom, Lucas is plunged into his most vicious competition yet: the first ever Desert Death Race. Through South Africa’s infernal Kalahari Desert, Lucas is pitted against ruthless adversaries and powerful forces at work behind the scenes to ensure his defeat. Also starring Danny Trejo and Ving Rhames, Death Race 3: Inferno is an insane, action packed thrill-ride.

    Exclusive Video Interview: Luke Goss Talks Death Race 3: Inferno, Sequel Potential and More

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