In Colorado, 900 years after a nuclear war in the USA, humanity's been sent.back to the Stone Age life. Amazons are ruling the tribes, the men are dumb, either kept as slaves and sex partners, or are living wild as animals. Only Korvis and a friend are intelligent enough to flee and found a tribe of their own. Will they manage to teach the women love to men again?Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Laurene Landon threatened to quit acting in this film towards the end of production because she had yet to get paid for several weeks worth of work. See more »
Once the world was green, and livin'. Then was the great Nuke. Death lived everywhere. All were born sick and unclean. A livin' curse from the Americans and Commies. Then one day, a baby was born. Clean, and clear. And the livin' curse was over. The child grew strong and beautiful, and she was called WOMAN. Woman taught her children to follow the Tiara and obey the regs, and the earth lived again. But some disobeyed the regs, and from them came the children of darkness and disease. PLUGOTS! ...
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"Nine hundred years after the Great Nuke. The world man created, he destroyed. Out of the darkness and ignorance of the radioactive rubble emerged a new order..." "...and the world was woggos." (in old speak that means - Crazy!) See more »
UK versions are cut by 3s for a '15' rating. See more »
I won't write again what has been written by other reviewers, other than this is a very silly film, stuck somewhere between the uninentionally bad and the tongue in cheek. Every time I saw the radioactive mutant (a small-scale bigfoot that seemingly loves 80s rock music) I laughed my head off, and generally struggled to keep my face straight for an hour and a half. The acting, costumes, make-up, music contribute, to various extents, to the high level of silliness throughout the film. This is well-worth watching after a few drinks/jays. For those who like this, check out The Ice Pirates or Hell Comes to Frogtown. Both are in a similar vein, but not as as bad as America 3000.
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