An able-bodied scientist has found a cure for the plague from outer space which has eradicated almost all life on the planet. A mad general who wants to repopulate the planet with a new race sends a special female assassin to take him out.
A broken-down healer, learns the Magus has abandoned the Wizard's Code and is using his power for evil. Forced to come out of reclusion, this improbable hero finds an improbable assistant -- his teenage niece.
Chinese businessman Chang owns the fabulous Alexa diamond, stolen from Russia during WWII. He intends to return it to Russia during a gala dinner, but the diamond is stolen by Kane, ... See full summary »
Oh baby, I love it when you get all Neandertahl on me like that.
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End Credits Disclaimer: "THE EVENTS AND CHARACTERS DEPICTED IN THIS MOTION PICTURE ARE FICTITIOUS. ANY SIMILARITY TO ACTUAL EVENTS OR PERSONS LIVING OR DEAD, OR FROZEN IN THE FUTURISTIC UNDERGROUND, IS PURELY COINCIDENTAL." See more »
A Z-movie not worth your time, if you are not a great fan of Julie Strain. She is the leading character in the story (to talk about a story in a mess like this is probably be very positive on this movie) and the movie revolves around her aces (i.e., a wonderful pair of breasts). She is good in the role of the good-hearted high class prostitute, coming from the lowest level of the post-holocaust humanity presented in this movie (a clash with a meteorite has destroyed life as we know it and the survivors are divided in classes like Time Machine's Morlocks and Eloi, but this time the good ones are the humblest of the survivor), and she gives her fan plenty to remember about, with several nude scenes, but the mess she is in is really astonishingly bad. A classical Corman new-era made for video movie, but one of the worst I have seen (and if you want to see Julie in all her glory, buy one of her Penthouse videos instead)
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