Twisted Metal: Black features 15 psychotic mental patients competing in the Twisted Metal tournament for one wish that will grant them anything they want.

Director:

David Jaffe

Writers:

Jeff Goldsmith (stories), David Jaffe (stories)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Michael Sorich ... Billy Ray Stillwell (voice)
Mary Fleming Mary Fleming ... Bloody Mary (voice)
Maria Brady Maria Brady ... Dollface (voice)
Adam Segen Adam Segen ... John Doe / WarHawk (voice)
Robert Ayers Robert Ayers ... Preacher / Cop #2 (voice)
Katie Joseph Katie Joseph ... Raven (voice)
J.S. Gilbert J.S. Gilbert ... Sweet Tooth / No-Face / Agent Stone / Axel (voice)
Joe Herrschaft Joe Herrschaft ... Cage (voice)
Ian Axness Ian Axness ... Taxi Boy (voice)
Jay Richards Jay Richards ... Commanding Officer (voice) (as Jay Richards Jr.)
Bill Glanting Bill Glanting ... Dr. Hatch (voice)
Paul Olsen Paul Olsen ... Scared Man (voice)

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Twisted Metal: Black features 15 psychotic mental patients competing in the Twisted Metal tournament for one wish that will grant them anything they want.

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Action | Crime | Fantasy

Certificate:

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Trivia

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Goofs

Charlie Kane's corpse, the physical driver of the Yellow Jacket, is shown having a bullet wound in his forehead as though he was shot from behind with a handgun. However during Yellow Jacket's opening cinematic it's shown that he was shot from the side of the head with a double-barreled shotgun. See more »

Quotes

Dollface: If I took the key, Mr. Creel was gonna die! Why couldn't he just have been nice to me?
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Connections

Referenced in Twisted Metal (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

Vesti La Giubba
Composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo
from the opera "Pagliacci (The Sad Clown)"
Performed by Luciano Pavarotti
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A great game to get, regardless of how old it is now.
9 July 2008 | by benhur76008See all my reviews

For its time, Twisted Metal Black was graphically competent.I happened upon it just recently, so naturally, with the latest generation of consoles, I was a bit biased. But the game gets way around that with its dark and gritty cinematic style, hectic yet smooth game play, and twisted characters that haunt the game with an ere appeal. The voice acting is first rate, especially by J.S. Gilbert, and the story telling leaves you begging for more. This was such a strong showing for the game they'd have to be crazy to not make another one along the same lines. I'd have to recommend it to all fans of the series, and even those who aren't familiar. It's an adrenaline filled romp through maniac chaos and destruction. Who doesn't love that?


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 June 2001 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

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