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Raiders of the Sun (1992)

In a post-apocalyptic future, a commando named Brodie must defend the only village that still has gunpowder from a ruthless gang of raiders led by Clay, a traitor who plans to use the deadly powder to conquer the democratic Alpha League.

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Cirio H. Santiago
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Richard Norton ... Brodie
William Steis William Steis ... Colonel Clay
Henry Strzalkowski ... Kingsley
Nick Nicholson Nick Nicholson ... Ackerman
Rick Dean ... Hoghead
Joseph Zucchero Joseph Zucchero ... Shelton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Bacho Ray Bacho ... Dwarf #1
Blake Boyd ... Talbot
Tony Carreon Tony Carreon ... Bartender
Ramon D'Salva Ramon D'Salva ... Tribe Elder
Fred Esplana Fred Esplana ... Jailer #1
Robert Ginnivan Robert Ginnivan ... Forcefed
Judy Greene Judy Greene ... Shopkeeper
Joanne Griffin Joanne Griffin ... Woman Villager
Nigel Hogge Nigel Hogge ... Captain
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Bloodthirsty factions rule the barren earth. It's the 21st Century and a biological disaster has ruined the planet. Here, in a world where gunpowder is more valuable than gold, a few hundred survivors wage the final conflict for power and control. Yet among them rises a new warrior, destined to shape the aeons which will follow -- a man who stops at nothing to achieve his ends, and for whom courage is the only commodity. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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They don't take prisoners. They take lives.


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Children of the Sun
Written by Gary Earl, Robin Earl, and Odette Springer
Performed by Gary Earl and Robin Earl
Administered by Roger and Julie Music
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Don't watch this movie, even if your live depends on it.
31 October 2006 | by jsternempireSee all my reviews

This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. The point of the movie is that there is a shortage of gunpowder in a futuristic nuclear waste land, however throughout the whole movie gunpowder is just shamelessly wasted. Mortar shells are used on helpless peasants, and each person is shot over 10 times. Also the sound and stunts are so off that people fall over dying before shots are even fired. The side love-story is also a complete joke. Also why is it that only football pads survive nuclear war. Not a single bulletproof vest exists in this movie. If you have the choice of killing yourself or watching this movie, killing yourself might be the better choice.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 July 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az öldöklő nap harcosai See more »

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Concorde-New Horizons See more »
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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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