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Revoltin’ Reviews: The Post-Apocalyptic Films of Enzo G. Castellari

Revoltin’ Reviews: The Post-Apocalyptic Films of Enzo G. Castellari
I’m so thankful for Mad Max: Fury Road—not because it’s a great film or brought back a beloved character from my misspent youth or any other such bullsh*ttery. I’m thankful because it made those sexy bastards o’er at Blue Underground realize that us fiendish fans of ol’ Max would be chompin’ at the bit for more post-apocalyptic monkey-nannigans, and man have they delivered with a 3-course pasta dinner of cinematic gold: Maestro Enzo G. Castellari’s The New Barbarians, 1990: The Bronx Warriors, and Escape From The Bronx—all on Blu-ray/DVD combo packs!

Now before we get into lookin’ at each one of these babies, I’m just going to say in advance that you need each and e’ery one of these flicks in your collection immediately if you are as big a fan of outrageous, over-the-top, flat-out fun-as-hell drive-in flicks as yours cruelly is.
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Adventures in B-Movie Land #2: 'Warriors of the Wasteland'

Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Welcome to Adventures in B-Movie Land, the monthly column where I take a look at some of the strangest, cheapest and worst films ever made ... and explore why you have to see them. Look for new entries on the second Tuesday of every month.

The Motion Picture:

'Warriors of the Wasteland' (1982), directed by Enzo G. Castellari

Also Known As...

'The New Barbarians' and 'Metropolis 2000.'

Featuring the Talented...

Giancarlo "Timothy Brent" Prete, Fred "The Hammer" Williamson, George Eastman and Anna Kanakis.

What Is It?

An post-apocalyptic biker movie starring a bunch of dubbed Italians and pro football player turned B-movie legend Fred Williamson. Imagine 'The Road Warrior' with less class, less intelligence, more unintentional comedy, more shoulder pads and a final message that may be one of the most hilariously offensive things committed to celluloid.

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Adventures in B-Movie Land #2: 'Warriors of the Wasteland'

Adventures in B-Movie Land #2: 'Warriors of the Wasteland'
Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Welcome to Adventures in B-Movie Land, the monthly column where I take a look at some of the strangest, cheapest and worst films ever made ... and explore why you have to see them. Look for new entries on the second Tuesday of every month.

The Motion Picture:

'Warriors of the Wasteland' (1982), directed by Enzo G. Castellari

Also Known As...

'The New Barbarians' and 'Metropolis 2000.'

Featuring the Talented...

Giancarlo "Timothy Brent" Prete, Fred "The Hammer" Williamson, George Eastman and Anna Kanakis.

What Is It?

An post-apocalyptic biker movie starring a bunch of dubbed Italians and pro football player turned B-movie legend Fred Williamson. Imagine 'The Road Warrior' with less class, less intelligence, more unintentional comedy, more shoulder pads and a final message that may be one of the most hilariously offensive things committed to celluloid.

Continue Reading
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