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Speed Demon (2003)

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A mysterious driver in a muscle car with a demonic hood ornament hunts down a gang that has taken over a small town.



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Cast overview:
Collin Stark ... Jesse
Mark Ian Miller ... Otto
... Natalie
M.T. Church ... Chain Gang
Trevor Harris ... Mikey
Greg Carney ... Wiper
... Axle
Amber Loy ... Chopper
... Clutch
Mike Cole ... Road Rage
... Jessie's Dad


A mysterious driver in a muscle car with a demonic hood ornament hunts down a gang that has taken over a small town.

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A demonic force has just been unleashed... ON FOUR WHEELS See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and sexual references

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Release Date:

11 November 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kontra me ton thanato  »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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This movie was shot in 8 days in the late summer of 2002. See more »


Otto: [to Jesse] Maybe next time, I'll be wiping your guts off my grille.
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References Top Gun (1986) See more »

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Director's Commentary
26 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

Going in I knew how bad Decoteau was. I accidentally saw The Brotherhood and The Killer Eye. If you like bad movies, and are prepared for Decoteau's style, you will find the movies entertaining in that they are so laughable. One thing about Speed Demon, in the director's commentary he says he wanted to make a possessed car movie, which is totally not what this movie is about. Found that funny. Also, read an interview with him and he keeps producing these straight to video movies because he has made a lot of money off of distribution via blockbuster. He has a somewhat cult following. There's rarely any blood and no cursing as he said he wanted to avoid R ratings. He is openly gay and thought it would be interesting to put a homo-erotic spin on horror movies since it is usually women who are objectified. Signature Decoteau elements: usually one 4 max 5 locations; extended slow motion scenes, gratuitous crotch shots of guys in boxer briefs; very limited dialog (scripts can't be more than 4 pages long); group casts; holes in the plot; and random scenes. Film students should write a paper on his work and how bad it is. I actually kinda like the guy's stuff now, well except Wolves of Wall Street - that one was lame. :)

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