After a nuclear holocaust, as the rest of society regresses to primitivism, a small, "elite" group that has managed to escape radioactive contamination takes it upon itself to exterminate ... See full summary »
Three technicians working in an underground laboratory discover that a nuclear war has destroyed most of the aboveground world. After a brief search for food, the trio find that gangs of ... See full summary »
Over half of the film is comprised of stock footage from Romolo Guerrieri's L'ultimo guerriero (1984), including all of Woody Strode's scenes (his character's name is changed from "Sam" to "Warren"). A double is used in new scenes with Gabriele Gori. Margie Newton is the only cast member of the 1982 picture to appear in the new footage, and her hairstyle changes at least three times during the film. See more »
In the fight scene between Shark and Dakar: Shark put Dakar on the floor and off-screen as Shark exits the door - but in the next cut, Dakar is first out of the room and Shark behind him. See more »
Let's show these androids what we humanoids are made of!
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The Italians environmental friendly film recycling!
Police officer James (Gabriel Gori) is dropped off in the Bronx in the middle of a war between androids and humanoids. The androids, led by Margie (FINAL EXECUTIONER holdover Margit Evelyn Newton), are the meaner of the two factions and prove it by killing the human love of humanoid leader Dakar (STRIKE COMMANDO's Alex Vitale). James trains with Warren (Strode) for a bit before teaming with Dakar to kill the androids. The end! Recycling enough footage to make Roger Corman and Joseph Lai blush, this one is a masterpiece of manipulation. But some how Amici manages to make it 90 minutes and partially work. How can you not love a movie where one of Woody Strode's first (dubbed) lines is, "I'm the sheriff around here, but everyone just calls me The Black Man." The edited in of old footage really isn't as jarring as one would think and carrying Newton over helps (although her hairstyle does change and it appears she has had a boob job in the ensuing 5 years!). The real highlight is Vitale, who might be the world's most lovable musclebound humanoid (take that Arnold!). Naturally, the new footage was shot entirely in a rock quarry and abandoned factory, which makes it the Italian equivalent of ROBOT HOLOCAUST.
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