Remember when you were a kid and you went to the drive-in movie? You sat in your parents' car and most of the movies you watched somehow revolved around...cars! Think about almost every Burt Reynolds film in the 1970s-early 80s. Can you honestly say GREASE wasn't a “car movie”? And once again, car movie's are big in Hollywood again: the FAST AND FURIOUS franchise, THE TRANSPORTER franchise, BABY DRIVER and MAD MAX: FURY ROAD.
DEMOLITION DANCE pays homage to every great movie you remember growing up that destroyed a lot of cars. Whether it was BLUES BROTHERS, CANNONBALL RUN, or the original GONE IN 60 SECONDS (which was written, directed by and stared Dunkirk, NY native, Toby “HB” Halicki), people love seeing cars being destroyed!
Making a movie about the Demolition Derby means we can spread our budget and make a movie that looks like it was shot for millions even though we're only spending a fraction of that. By using a demolition derby as a back drop, DEMOLITION DANCE will be able to destroy a lot of cars cheaply by shooting real derbies along with choreographed stunts using authentic derby cars with a usual cost of under a thousand dollars each. That's a lot of bang for a cheap buck!