New Hampshire is where Doug Danger first enshrined himself in the Guinness Book of World Records.
And New Hampshire is where the daredevil died and came back to life.
So it’s only fitting that “Hell Drivers” makes a big splash in the Granite State.
We play the New Hampshire Film Festival in beautiful seaside Portsmouth on October 16 and October 19:
October 16 — 12:30 p.m. in the gorgeous Music Hall, 28 Chestnut St.
October 19 — 11 a.m. in the Muddy River Smokehouse, 21 Congress St.
Stacy Milbouer, the edgy metro columnist for the Nashua Telegraph, hails the comic book hero feel and tone of “Hell Drivers.”
Robin Young, one of our favorite National Public Radio hosts, lauds Hell Drivers for capturing a lost slice of Americana, or as she puts it, “an endangered breed.”
And Rosemary Ford, of the Lawrence Eagle Tribune, serves up our favorite lines by far:
“Did Scorsese get to set a man on fire? Did Spielberg get to make gasoline bombs in a Ziploc bag?
Probably not — but Koziell did.
Peter Koziell is the 35-year-old Methuen filmmaker who also regularly dons a gorilla suit to market his latest film, “Hell Drivers: America’s Original Crash Test Dummies” — giving new meaning to the term “gorilla marketing.”
Come see what Stacy, Robin and Rosemary are raving about — and also experience one of America’s best small cities for brunch. We highly recommend Popovers on the Square for their popovers!