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Wasteland Tales (2010)

Not Rated | | Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Video 19 October 2010
'Wasteland Tales' is an anthology collection of the best Danish produced post-apocalyptic short films.


Jens Raunkjær Christensen (segment), Shaky González (segment) | 5 more credits »


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Credited cast:
Thomas Eje Thomas Eje ... (segment "The Last Warrior")
David Sakurai ... The Stranger (segments "Eastern Army" & "I Barbari Dei Cph")
Marinela Dekic ... (segment "The Last Warrior")
Majamae Majamae ... (segment "The Last Warrior") (as Maja Mae)
Maja Muhlack ... (segments: "The Last Warrior" & "Eastern Army")
Erik Holmey Erik Holmey ... (segment "The Last Warrior")
Kim Sønderholm ... (segment "I Barbari Dei Cph")
Mia Dinitzen Mia Dinitzen ... (segment "Eastern Army")
Ole Kristian Thomassen Ole Kristian Thomassen ... Anthony
Dennis Haladyn Dennis Haladyn ... (segments: "Max Fury" & "I Barbari Dei Cph")
Jack Hansen Jack Hansen ... (segments: "Max Fury" - "I Barbari Dei Cph" & "Eastern Army")
Winnie Kristine Winnie Kristine ... (segment "The Last Warrior")
Danny Thykær ... The Leader (segment "Eastern Army")
Russell Collins Russell Collins ... (segment "Eastern Army")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Cesar Bredegaard Daniel Cesar Bredegaard ... The victim (as Daniel Bredegaard)


'Wasteland Tales' is an anthology collection of the best Danish produced post-apocalyptic short films.

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When Cities becomes deserts and roads become battlefields, we'll still have stories to tell.


Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi


Not Rated






Release Date:

19 October 2010 (Denmark) See more »

Filming Locations:

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Phenomena Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Follows Eastern Army (2010) See more »

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Post-Nuke for a New Generation!
10 March 2011 | by wildsidecinemaSee all my reviews

Awhile back I came across mention of this short film anthology and found myself incredibly intrigued as I'm a huge fan of post-nuke cinema, specifically the Italian variety. With a name like Shaky González attached to this project I was certain it would be entertaining at the very least but could a group of Danish filmmakers really craft their own distinct interpretations of the sub-genre while still maintaining a certain amount of respect for the source material? In my opinion the filmmakers and distro company behind Wasteland Tales have done a damn good job of doing just that! The first three selections on this anthology were definitely the best; González's "The Last Warrior" was outrageously cool and undoubtedly the most commercial of the lot but Christensen's "Connected" was nothing short of visually-stunning. Both shorts are begging for feature-length treatments. "Eastern Army" was decent as well though it suffered from weak fight sequences and a few predictable story elements.

The remaining three shorts we all good as well in their own way but each had issues I found hard to overlook, like the absurdity of Sakurai's "I Barbari Dei CPH" (reminded me of Mungia's Six-String Samurai) and the lack of even remotely convincing "zombies & mutants" in Jensen's "Max Fury." Concerning The Sun King's "Tutorial – How to Kill a Racist," well it sort of came across more like an anti-racism infomercial; like preachy propaganda mixed with some brutal, video game violence. There was certainly a point being made that I agree with but I wanted post-nuke action and it didn't satisfy that craving at all.

Bottom line, wonderful! Wasteland Tales kicks all kinds of ass with well-produced and entertaining shorts and is a must-see release for post-nuke fans and a must-have addition to cult cinema collections. Not only was this packed with cool shorts for our viewing pleasure but there were quite a few extras as well including trailers, Another World DVD trailers, bios, a intro on Movie Battle 2010 and some stills and artwork. Very fun and informative stuff. Let's hope the success of this release warrants future anthology releases or even a release of the last Movie Battle 2007: Grindhouse shorts.

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