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Deadly Reactor (1989)

In a post-apocalypse world inhabited by the Amish, a roving gang led by the corpulent Hog is making life miserable for the peaceful townspeople. Only one lone gunfighter dares to stand in ... See full summary »

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Duke
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Darwyn Swalve ...
Hog
Alyson Davis ...
Shawna (as Allyson Davis)
Barbara Kerek ...
Mrs. Dawson
Arvid Holmberg ...
Mr. Dawson
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David Leach ...
Bartender
Philip Hillery ...
Sheriff (as Phil Hillery)
Norman Bernard ...
Bolie
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Keylow (as Ace Cruzherrera)
Cyndra Williams ...
Singer
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Rad
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Tongue
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Mary (as Beth Adams)
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In a post-apocalypse world inhabited by the Amish, a roving gang led by the corpulent Hog is making life miserable for the peaceful townspeople. Only one lone gunfighter dares to stand in their way. He never draws first - he's the reactor! Written by Brian J. Wright <bjwright@acs.ucalgary.ca>

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The good... the bad... and THE DEADLY.

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Action | Sci-Fi | Western

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8 March 1989 (Portugal)  »

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Reactor  »

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1.33 : 1
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Mary: Come on honey, you've been in the lake long enough, you know the radiation isn't good for you!
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Well I did watch it right through but . .
14 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Where DID they get the screenplay and the actors for this laughable attempt at a movie? At times I wondered if perhaps there was a new school of acting where woodenness was considered a new art-form. The gaps in the dialogue let you can almost hear the prompter reminding them of their lines. Look out for the guy who jumps backwards a second after the shotgun blast hits him. Mind you, there is a cute girl who plays as major a role as any in the movie. She willingly shows off her body which goes a little way to reprieving this otherwise sad attempt at movie making. Mind you, I only paid 50 pence for the DVD so I really didn't expect much.


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