Costume designer Norma Moriceau drew on her background in the London punk scene when creating iconic costumes for Mad Max 2 and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
This is an authorised five-minute making of Mad Max 2 that focuses on the heroic work of the film's stunt performers – including a look at two dangerous stunts that don't go according to p
This featurette provides a gripping overview of the three preceding Mad Max films and was made available online by Warner Bros.
Max (Mel Gibson) is now a desert wanderer, in a world where petrol is the only currency. He drives ‘the last of the V8 Interceptors’, a remnant of the days when he was a highway patrol officer.
Mad Max 2 – retitled The Road Warrior in the US – is a standard-bearer for successful sequels and one of the greatest action movies of all time.
One of the most dramatic sequences in Mad Max 2 is the chase scene after Max leaves the oil refinery compound and is pursued by Lord Humungus and the Marauders.
This home movie by Peter Kamen gives us a fascinating glimpse of life on set during the shooting of Mad Max 2 on location in June 1981.
Celebrated actor Jacki Weaver markets Mad Max 2 to female audiences in this short TV clip from 1981 promoting the film's Australian release.
An injured Max (Mel Gibson) has returned to the settler’s camp, after his car has been destroyed. He offers to drive the oil tanker for their breakout attempt.
This short trailer for Mad Max 2 makes it very clear that the main attraction of the film is the action scenes.