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A telepathic mutant recruits a post-World War III TV game-show warrior to lead her band of mutants to safety.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Al Cliver ...
Ron Shannon
Laura Gemser ...
Lilith (as Moira Chen)
George Eastman ...
Kurt Karnak
Dino Conti ...
Professor Levin (as Jack Davis)
Gabriele Tinti ...
Bull (as Gus Stone)
Mario Pedone ...
Col. Morgan
Nello Pazzafini ...
Kijawa (as Nat Williams)
Christopher Walsh ...
Franco Ukmar ...
Stark (as Frank Ukmar)
Bobby Rhodes ...
Woody Aldridge
Alberto Dell'Acqua ...
Gabe Mantrax (as Al Waterman)
David Brown ...
Carlos Alberto Valles ...
Committee Member (as Carlos Valles)


A telepathic mutant recruits a post-World War III TV game-show warrior to lead her band of mutants to safety.

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For An "Endgame" Champion In The Year 2025, There's Only One Way To Live. Dangerously.


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5 November 1983 (Italy)  »

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Of all his movies, director Joe D'Amato has stated that he likes this one best. See more »


Lilith repeatedly demonstrates the ability to communicate telepathically with Ron Shannon. It's also repeatedly made clear that she and the other mutants are supposed to hide the fact that they are telepathic from the other members of Shannon's team. So why does she risk blowing her cover by leaping from the back of the van to warn Shannon of a trap? Shouldn't she be able to give him the warning telepathically? See more »


Ron Shannon: Who's the karate ace?
Bull: He told me his name was Ninja. He doesn't socialize much. Just pays to train by himself. Never wants to fight. But his body is a deadly weapon.
Ron Shannon: Make him fight.
Bull: He won't.
Ron Shannon: If he's attacked, maybe then he'll defend himself.
Bull: [prompts a gym attendant to attack] You!
Ninja: [to Bull, after defending himself] It's no use. He's dead.
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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gorgo (1998) See more »

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tedious tepid worthless slop
13 October 2013 | by (Calumet, Mich.) – See all my reviews

What would a film written & directed by a ten-year old boy look like? That may sound like a cute idea but I assure you it's miserable to suffer through.

Now I've seen yet another Laura Gemser performance but I am not kidding when I say that you'd see more of her in a 30" commercial for dish soap. My girlfriend is less covered up when she's walking around in a below-zero blizzard, and at least I get to see her all day, instead of simply several seconds now & then.

I realize that part of this supposedly features a TV battle game but any such TV show would be canceled after one episode. This whole film appears as though they were attempting to make all characters move as if in a video-game. That may sound like an interesting concept but it is not. If you wish to make things more exciting, you speed things up; you don't slow everything down.

"Futuristic action" No, it is not. "Futuristic" means as if in the future. It does not mean claimed to be set in the future but written & produced by such uncreative slags that it more resembles the distant past, as predicting the future would require imagination, intelligence, and a decent budget. "Hey, Zimbo, they didn't have machine guns or motorcycles in the distant past." But if they had, they wouldn't have gotten off their zippy transportation, dropped their automatic weapons, and fought hand-to-hand with swords. Those moronic nonmutants deserved to die! This was "action" in the sense that jumping off your scooter and engaging in a "battle" dance is, i.e. it was not.

"fun" "romp" -- No character in this film had any fun, and I don't grasp how viewers can. I guess some people enjoy watching hospital soap operas but not me. "Romp" implies fun & humor but I saw none whatsoever. There's a difference between a train wreck and a panel van which slowly gets mired in a puddle of muck. Oh, but we were taught an important lesson about how we should be kinder to the mutants we meet, as they likely have hidden good features to make up for their mutantism? How could Laura Gemser have sunk this low?

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