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Jack Slade was born during a solar eclipse in the year 1980. 18 years later, he finds out he has the ability to travel into the future. He projects himself into the year 2035, where society has been destroyed by a fascist regiment of psychopathic doctors that rule the wastelands, creating deformed mutants with a serum synthesized from the flesh of dead aliens. Now Slade must travel back to the year 1998 to destroy a device known as the wavelength generator, which opened the dimensional gateways to these alien beings. With the help of an army of female outlaws and a sleazy detective, Slade re-connects with the star child Khadijah, who holds the key to stopping these tragic events from ever taking place.Written by
If you grew up in the age of VHS horror/scifi films, then you will love this movie. Those that didn't will probably hate it. This is one of those rare low budget independent films that comes along once every few years or so that boggles the mind. As a fan of set design and practical effects; it's refreshing to see a film that doesn't rely on green screen and crap cgi for the effects.This movie reminded me a lot of Clockwork Orange, Dune, and Road Warrior but with a psychedelic twist and lower budget. I had to watch it a few times to fully understand the plot, and it got even better with repeat viewings. With a pulsating synth score (very Tangerine Dream), rapid fire editing, warped SFX, and surreal cinematography, it's truly a bizarre movie (feels a bit Argento in spots). As another viewer pointed out; it does feel like an LSD trip, but personally, I didn't find it weird for the sake of weirdness, it all kinda comes together in the end (if you pay attention to the complicated time travel plot line-which is a bit confusing at times). I could see this becoming a "cult" film for viewers who like strange, campy, retro movies. Besides, any film that references Hey Dude is OK in my book.
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