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Land of Doom (1986)

Earth has been ravaged by a nuclear war, and a feminist warrior is forced to join up with a soldier of fortune in her journey to find a rumored "paradise" as they battle gangs of rampaging bandits.

Director:

Peter Maris

Writers:

Peter Kotis (novel), Craig Rand
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Deborah Rennard ... Harmony
Garrick Dowhen Garrick Dowhen ... Anderson
Daniel Radell Daniel Radell ... Demister / Slater
Frank Garret Frank Garret ... Purvis
Richard Allen Richard Allen ... Halsey
Aykut Düz Aykut Düz ... Orland (as Akut Duz)
Bruno Chambon Bruno Chambon ... Man in Cabin
Fatos Çelik Fatos Çelik ... Village Woman (as Fatosh Celik)
Hülya Palanci Hülya Palanci ... Village Woman (as Hulta Palanci)
Ellen Caborn Ellen Caborn ... Village Woman
Sondra Farrell Sondra Farrell ... Village Woman
Keith Bordie Keith Bordie ... Raider
Robie Stein Robie Stein ... Raider
Jason Koch Jason Koch ... Raider
Joseph Costello Joseph Costello ... Raider
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Earth has been ravaged by a nuclear war, and a feminist warrior is forced to join up with a soldier of fortune in her journey to find a rumored "paradise" as they battle gangs of rampaging bandits.

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Trivia

Deborah Rennard and Daniel Radell's movie debut - but co-star Garrick Dowhen's final movie. 4th-billed Frank Garret only made this movie in his career (as of 2020). See more »

Goofs

Watch carefully when Harmony (who's far more bloodthirsty than her male companion) throws dirt in the fat raiders face, and then tosses him off a cliff. He lands on what is obviously a cushion of some kind. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Half in the Bag: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) See more »

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The turkey from Turkey
26 February 2013 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

In a sort of Sweeded version of the Mad Max films, Harmony (who really dislikes being touched) and Anderson roam the Turkey landscape chased by an insipid ragtag group of post-apocalyptic 'ruffians' . Longing to have a budget as big as say a 'Hell comes to Frogtown' sequel this film is marginal more silly/awful than any such film(s). The bikes alone are utterly ridiculous, not to mention the do-it-yourself make-up, the worst Frenchman impersonation since Holy Grail (but unintentional this time) and make-shift Star Wars-esque creatures.

If I'm making this film sound good in any way, shape or film, I'm sincerely sorry. It's not even good as a drunken guilty pleasure film. And this was somehow based on a book, how??


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 1986 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Bad Raiders See more »

Filming Locations:

Turkey

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Production Co:

Matterhorn See more »
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Color
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