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Robot Holocaust (1986)

A highly unlikely band of heroes traverses a post-apocalyptic wasteland to rescue a scientist from the tyrannical Dark One and his army of robots.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Norris Culf ...
Neo
Nadine Hartstein ...
Deeja (as Nadine Hart)
J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner ...
Klyton (as Joel Von Ornsteiner)
Jennifer Delora ...
Nyla
Andrew Howarth ...
Kai
Angelika Jager ...
Michael Downend ...
Jorn
Rick Gianasi ...
Torque
George Grey ...
Bray (as George Gray)
Nicholas Reiner ...
Haim
Michael Azzolina ...
Roan
John Blaylock ...
Korla
Michael Zezima ...
Airslave Fighter
Edward R. Mallia ...
Airslave Fighter (as Edward Mallia)
Amy Brentano ...
Irradiated Female
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Storyline

Neo, a drifter from the atomic-blasted wastelands, arrives with his klutzy robot sidekick at a factory where slaves labor to fuel the sinister Dark One's Power Station. There, he meets a comely woman who convinces him to help rescue her scientist father, who has invented a device that can break the Dark One's control over the slaves. Gathering a motley crew of allies on the way, Neo and pals travel to the Power Station, where they confront the Dark One's evil servants. Written by Steven Otte <flagator@gate.net>

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It's machine vs. man in the ultimate battle for the future!

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20 January 1987 (USA)  »

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I robot conquistano il mondo  »

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The music used in this film was lifted from other Charles Band films, notably Laserblast (1978). See more »

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[first lines]
Narrator: The last city still stood. The remaining home of what was left of the civilization of New Terra. The society had been all but destroyed by the Robot Rebellion of '33, when the robots had turned on their masters, by the billions. The ensuing chaos had led to a radiation spill far more deadly than any nuclear warfare. The world had been brought to its knees by the... robot holocaust.
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References Laserblast (1978) See more »

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Keeping Alive the Ed Wood School of Filmmaking...
16 September 2010 | by (www.2020-movie-reviews.com) – See all my reviews

Angelika Jager, eh? What a woman! Alas, the sad fact is young Angelika is the only reason this film is worth even half-watching – and even then only if you're a heterosexual male – because everything else about this film is total trash.

Angelika plays Valaria, the sidekick of the Dark One, a deep disembodied voice who issues veiled – and not so veiled – threats to his lovely assistant as the cartoon power station in which he resides is visited by a young hero called Neo who is – well, to be honest I can't quite recall why he's there. Wants to free humankind from the Dark One's tyrannical grip, I think; something like that, anyway. The fact is, the rank amateurishness of all aspects of this film quickly had me sinking into a kind of stupor, from which I would only emerge when the lovely Angelika was on screen.

Now I can't claim that the lovely Angelika is exactly an actress of quality – in fact the truth is she could easily be out-acted by a toothpick – but she possesses the kind of luminous beauty that makes such matters irrelevant. Anyway, it would be impossible to possess such beauty and acting talent – it just wouldn't be fair. Angelika has a sulky, sensuous mouth and a sexy French accent identical to Valerie Kaprisky's in Jim McBride's 1983 remake of Breathless and, although she can't act for toffee, there's something Bergmanesque (Ingrid, not Ingmar) about her that is quite enchanting.

Not that her lack of acting talent singles her out for criticism in this cast of nobodies. Everybody looks as if they're envisaging in their mind the words as they appeared in their script, and very carefully repeating each one, completely forgetting to add any kind of emotion into their lines. The guy who plays the heroine's father has only one expression throughout, regardless of whether he's watching two gladiators scrapping, describing his boffo invention, facing the terror of coming face to face with The Dark One, or being slowly absorbed by the aforementioned Dark One – who actually looks like a slimy green egg – so that only his living head remains. That expression is one of expressionless boredom – an image that will probably be mirrored by anyone who sits through this rubbish.

This gets one mark for Angelika's sultry looks and no other reason…


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