Take the ride of your life on May 18, rack up miles and rule the road with Torque, debuting on an all-new DVD and VHS from Warner Home Video (WHV). This extreme action adventure film, from Village Roadshow Pictures and producer Neal H. Moritz (The Fast and the Furious, XXX and S.W.A.T.), takes extreme motorcycling “to the max” and stars Ice Cube (Barbershop, Three Kings, Anaconda), Martin Henderson (The Ring), Monet Mazur (40 Days, 40 Nights, Just Married) and Jay Hernandez (Crazy Beautiful). With fast-paced special features Torque brings you to a place where everything moves so fast, if you slow down, you’re gone.

Torque will be available for sell-through pricing at $27.95 SRP on both widescreen and full frame DVD formats. For VHS pricing please contact your WHV sales representative.

"TORQUE is '2 Fast 2 Furious' on 2-wheels."

-Michael Rechtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter

SYNOPSIS

Biker Cary Ford lives to ride. Now he’s riding to live. The Reapers biker gang wants him for a murder he did not commit. The leader of the Hellions wants to get his hands on his neck and on the contraband he thinks Ford ripped off. And the FBI wants to have a little chat. Nice to be wanted – right?

No rules. No limits. A young cast (with Ice Cube of Barbershop 1 & 2 as the Reapers’ leader and The Ring’s Martin Henderson as Ford) is runnin’ hot and stylin’ cool in this roadfest from the producer of The Fast and the Furious, S.W.A.T and XXX. So kick, pop and hang on for some of the meanest meetings of man and machine around, including a wild bike-chase atop and through a moving commuter train!

DVD ELEMENTS

Rev up with the following high-riding special features:

- Two commentaries: one with the cast and director Joseph Kahn and a second commentary with the creative team.

- Behind-the-scenes sneak peek: follow the racing and the train-chase sequences from animatic rendering through the final edit

- Music video “Lean Low” by Youngbloodz.

- Theatrical trailer.

- Search for an Easter egg.

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Brian B.