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THUNDER ROAD (1958) - RIPPER CAR MOVIES

Thunder Road is a raw and honest account of 1950s US bootlegging culture

WHITE LIGHTNING (1973) – RIPPER CAR MOVIES

White Lightning is a fun rollick in the south with cool cars and a serious overtone about freedom of speech and police corruption

HOT ROD (1979) – RIPPER CAR MOVIES

Hot Rod is an awesome drag racing movie with a thrilling high-octane story line and soundtrack

RIPPER CAR MOVIES: MONSTER TRUCKS

The first look at a new family-friendly car flick, due out early 2017

STARSKY AND HUTCH (2004)

Starsky & Hutch is an easy-watching, entertaining film that nails its 70s setting and is more than just the Gran Torino hero car

CHRISTINE (1983) MOVIE REVIEW

Christine (1983) is a genius car movie that has stood the test of time

RONIN (1998): RIPPER CAR MOVIES

The car chases in Ronin have rightly earned a reputation as some of the best ever filmed

RIPPER CAR MOVIES: THE BLUES BROTHERS (1980)

Filled with silly humour, addictive one-liners, and some of the most groundbreaking car stunts ever filmed, The Blues Brothers is a cult classic

THE HOLLYWOOD KNIGHTS (1980): RIPPER CAR MOVIES

The Hollywood Knights is your typical 80s gag flick with some seriously cool classic cars

HOOPER (1978): RIPPER CAR MOVIES

Hooper (1978) is a chance to reminisce about the golden age of Hollywood stunts performed at their best

MISCHIEF (1985): RIPPER CAR MOVIES

Mischief (1985) is a fun coming-of-age movie with some cool classic cars thrown in for good measure

WORLD’S FASTEST INDIAN (2005): RIPPER CAR MOVIES

This stunning bike flick will motivate you more than ever to get in the shed

DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY (1974): RIPPER CAR MOVIES

If you’re crazy enough to watch Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, you’ll feel dirty afterwards

CONVOY (1978) - RIPPER CAR MOVIE REVIEW

Breaker 1-9, breaker 1-9, this is the bear in the air.

THE DRIVER (1978) - RIPPER CAR MOVIES

Fast-paced, high-impact, big-city car chases are all the better for the unusual inclusion of a Chevy C10 pick-up in the 1978 flick, The Driver