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Bleak Future (1997)

The end is here. Civilization has collapsed. Technology has been forgotten, and History is Hearsay. Slangman is the smartest man in the known world. Together with the mute, spear-wielding ... See full summary »

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Frank Kowal III ...
Brad Rockhold ...
Atlatl
Wendie Newcomb ...
Femme
Rob Cunningham ...
Steven A. Kowal ...
Brother Alfonze
Darlene Dolan ...
Horusa
Tom Johnson ...
Malathion Man
Morty Price ...
Irkh the Nomad
Bones ...
King Malice
Wayne Short ...
Terrible Mutant
Steve Franklin ...
Bob Rock
Chris Pulliam ...
Pink Pantyhat
Dale Fountain ...
Skull Peddler
Ron Edens Jr. ...
The Chamberlain
Travis Rindahl ...
Voice of The Chamberlain
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The end is here. Civilization has collapsed. Technology has been forgotten, and History is Hearsay. Slangman is the smartest man in the known world. Together with the mute, spear-wielding Scotsman known as Atlatl and the beautiful yet dim actress, Femme, he must find The Source, a legendary oracle of ancient technology. But the evil archaeologist Dr. Obvious conspires with the sinister mutant bounty hunter Malathion Man to reach The Source first. Written by AnARcHy 101 <anarchy101@usa.net>

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19 July 2013 (Poland)  »

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Posepna przyszlosc  »

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Dr. Obvious: Milady, thou art the very fart of a rose.
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Brilliant!
29 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

Sweet movie!! Love it, love it, love it! Unique & originality, excellent stuff. Can't wait to see what else O'Malley will produce in the future. Love the characters and everything, the actors were cool & original, so was the plot. Lots of nice action, not a boring moment.


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