Why Watch? Mad Max meets Excite Bike for lunch and Dead Alive provides the main course.

If that’s not enticing enough to get you to watch, your veins are probably filled with oatmeal. This entry into the ABCs of Death 26th Director Contest is pure, unbridled, 80s cult worshiping genius. A young man finds some Turbo gear (with a skull lodged inside the helmet) and decides to become a crime fighter. Fortunately, he gets to show off his skills with a tough biker gang of rapists out in the desert. Heads don’t just roll. They fly clean off of their necks. Plus, the soundtrack from Le Matos is chipper electronic perfection.

What does it cost? Just 5 minutes of your time.

Check out the trailer for T is for Turbo for yourself:


If you liked it, go vote for it and check out more ABCs of Death entries

Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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