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Scott VanPala's SuperCar Extravaganza 2008 DVD
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Scott VanPala, the self-proclaimed Doctor of Road Testing and iconoclastic writer and director of Chaos Theory on Wheels  and Heavy Metal , now brings us (for FREE) his trifecta, his most diabolical and feral saga yet.
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Aspect Ratio : 4:3 Letterbox
Soundtrack : 2.0 Stereo Matrix
Disc Format : DVDr
Running Time : 83min
Color : NTSC
Rating : Offensive
With none of the dull objectivity regarding grocery getters to mire his mission, hes free to revel in the subjective materialism of a genre of cars meant simply to tease and tingle the soul. When a fast car is insufficient at properly explaining its caricature of excess, we enter that glorious microcosm of the SuperCar.
The biggest families are brought together here: Ferraris Enzo and F430, Lamborghinis Murcielago and Gallardo, Porsches Carrera GT, and Mercedes-Mclarens SLR to name a few. The Corvette ZO6 and other vicious crazies make notable appearances too, such as the AMG E55 and SL55, and the BMW M5 and M6. Every single one of them, a dream car.
The treacherous reality of letting loose 100 of these paradigms of sinful excess driven by savage lunatics on public roads with VanPala neck deep in the madness (alongside his good doctor, Dr. Mescaline-providing the necessary medicine needed for a trip like this), is perhaps to wicked to comprehend.
As is The Gimps pop-in cameo. Keeping in tradition with his mouth-breathing, bucket-headed, disaster-prone wretched excuse of a persona from the dark side of Uranus, he races a female species across perilous terrain at personally dangerous speeds.
In his typical lurid fashion, VanPala shows no mercy by bringing the SuperCars’ legendary yet rotten diametrical opposition, the Toyota Prius, to a savage and properly pathetic ending. To wit, the human symbolic version of the Hybrid, the Eco-Pest, suffers a similar fate at the receiving end of his 12-gauge shotgun.
This is my own style of infotainment based on William Faulkners idea that the best fiction is far truer than any kind of journalism. In its truest form, as Hunter S. Thompson once said, [it] needs the talents of a master journalist, the eye of a photographer, and the heavy balls of an actor.
Not that I have any of those, but nevertheless, in my own words; Sheer Guerilla Documentarism. Enjoy the trip!