Fast Company

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Fast Company (1979, Canada) is a Carsploitation film directed by David Cronenberg.


Main Details

  • Released in 1979
  • Color
  • Running Time: 91 Min.
  • Production Co: Canadian Film Development Corporation (CFDC) | Michael Leibowitz Inc. | Quadrant Films
  • Distribution Co: Admit One Presentations | Danton Films | Topar Films (USA)
  • Directed by David Cronenberg
  • Written by David Cronenberg, Phil Savath, Courtney Smith, Alan Treen
  • Starring William Smith, Claudia Jennings, John Saxon, Nicholas Campbell
  • Produced by Michael Lebowitz, Peter O'Brian, David Perlmutter, Phil Savath, Courtney Smith
  • Original Music by Fred Mollin
  • Cinematography by Mark Irwin
  • Film Editing by Ronald Sanders

Plot Summary

  • After his sponsor replaces him with his arch rival, a race-car driver decides to steal the car and race it himself.


  • The danger. The rush. The victory.
  • 100 minutes of sound and fury exploding on the screen.
  • Drag racing: that's what FAST COMPANY is all about.
  • Strap yourself into a car that flies 240 miles an hour down a quarter mile track.
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