Strap In For 18 Minutes Of Raw Behind-The-Scenes Mad Max Footage

Mad Max: Fury Road is nothing short of a full-on two-hour assault for the senses. Even though you’ve been told that almost all the stunts were real, it’s almost hard to believe when seeing it on the big screen. So here’s over 18 minutes of raw footage, so you can see them really doing it for yourself. » 5/19/15 12:52pm Tuesday 12:52pm

Mad Max: Fury Road Is An Astonishing Work Of Art

You don’t realize just how crappy most action movies are, until you see something like Mad Max: Fury Road — a movie in which there are no “action scenes” because the action pretty much never stops. And the film’s constant sense of violent motion is in the service of incredible imagery and transcendant moments. » 5/15/15 11:30am 5/15/15 11:30am

Mad Max: Fury Road Is Glorious, Thrilling, Overwhelming Lunacy

1. I quit smoking more than four years ago, but nothing—not a night full of drinks, not a table full of smokers, not a gasoline IV—has made me want a cigarette more than Mad Max: Fury Road did. You leave the theater still shaking, everything still pumping and throbbing, a treadmill stopping on a dime and sending you… » 5/14/15 11:59am 5/14/15 11:59am

How The Man Behind The Machines Of Mad Max Put A Hellscape On Wheels

“Make it cool or I’ll kill you.” That’s what director George Miller told Colin Gibson, the production designer responsible for all the cars in Mad Max: Fury Road. Gibson did one better: he made every single one of them functional, because the desert doesn’t suffer mechanical fools lightly and CGI is bullshit.
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The Craziest Stories About The Making Of Mad Max And The Road Warrior

One week from today, Mad Max returns to our screens in Mad Max: Fury Road. But that post-apocalyptic road-rage survivor wouldn’t be around today if he hadn’t starred in two incredible movies, decades ago. Here are all the weirdest facts you never knew about the making of Mad Max and The Road Warrior. Plus an exclusive… » 5/08/15 6:15pm 5/08/15 6:15pm

Lotus just unveiled a badass marketing tie-in showcar

Lotus F1 is the most likable team in the business. The are always up for a good joke on Twitter, and they also have slap-stick driver Pastor Maldonado under contract. Now the publishers behind Mad Max saw the advertising value and had the side pods painted with advertisement for the movie. The best part is their… » 5/08/15 4:08pm 5/08/15 4:08pm

Let's Try And ID All The Cars In The New Mad Max Trailer

So you may have heard that there's a new Mad Max movie coming out. And, aside from providing a ton of screenshots that could be mistaken for a day at Burning Man, there's one thing you know a Mad Max movie will provide: lots of heavily modified cars. Let's see if we can figure out what they all are! » 7/28/14 9:00pm 7/28/14 9:00pm

Here's the First Mad Max Trailer, and It Will Make You a Believer

Now you can see first Mad Max: Fury Road trailer, unveiled yesterday at Comic-Con, with your own eyes. It's full of gorgeous deserts, blooming smoke bombs the color of bruises, and a giant dust storm that looms over the landscape like a terrestrial tsunami. Dystopia has never looked so desolate and fascinating. » 7/27/14 4:07pm 7/27/14 4:07pm

Ron Griffith Will Build You Your Post-Apocalypse Mad Max Vehicle

I met Ron Griffith earlier this year while I was doing a personal Mad Max photo series in the Mojave desert (aka stuff for my own photography portfolio). He was nice enough to open up his garage in California City, California (Phoenix Auto) as a home base to setup my shoot. Little did I know, I had stumbled into an… » 7/19/13 11:17am 7/19/13 11:17am

The New Mad Max Game Will Be Vast, Violent and Not Sound Australian

I detected nary an Australian accent from the characters in the new Mad Max game that made its surprise debut at E3 earlier this week. There will be no Australian voices, one of the game's creators told me. OK. At least Max's steering wheel's on the right. What else have they got here? » 6/26/13 11:52am 6/26/13 11:52am

Just Because It's The Apocalypse Doesn't Mean You Can't Look Good

With Mad Max: Fury Road around the corner, it's a hip time to envision the post-apocalypse. In that vein, good friend and pro shooter Douglas Sonders captured the feel at "Wasteland Weekend." Here's a wallpaper courtesy of Sonders, with more photos and video on his site. Embrace the end of the world. » 1/24/13 7:30am 1/24/13 7:30am