Tagged: post apocalypse

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Deathsport – 1978 – David Carradine

I stumbled upon Deathsport really. I thought it looked cool and when Roger Corman is involved, what could actually go wrong? And not only that. David Carradine is in the lead role as well. I know he hasn’t always been in great movies but he, as an actor, does always have something working for him. There’s some kind of presence there which are not necessarily synonymous with great acting. I just like him, let’s leave...

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Land of Doom – 1986 – Post Apocalypse

First of all, Land of Doom is a very dated film, let’s get that out of the way. It was released in 1986 and it’s pretty obvious. The settings, the way the motorcycles are “hotted” and the way the gangs dress certainly gives that away. Plus, it’s not a particularly good movie if you look at it objectively if there’s even such a thing as objectivity when it comes to movie watching. I think we...

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Post Apocalyptic Commando Shark – 2018

I spend a lot of time on social media. I may not write too much on there but I read a lot and on occasion I get tips about movies done by people I never heard of. Post Apocalyptic Commando Shark is such a movie. Mostly these movies are horror flicks of some sort and when reading the title I thought nothing else of this one. Taste the title – Post Apocalyptic Commando Shark – what...

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The Last Days – 2013 – modern post apocalypse

As always when a movie gets multiple releases the cover differs a bit from release to release. Some might look very interesting just by looking at the cover and some others wouldn’t make your head turn. In the case of The Last Days, I really like the Njutafilms release. It gives me a sense of hopelessness and I think that’s  an important quality of post-apocalyptic films. Of course, there’s a need for hope as well...

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Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity – 1987

There’s nothing like a nice cheesy flick! And whoever says this isn’t cheesy is either a liar or a fool. From the very beginning of Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity, this is a hilarious experience. From the very first spoken line, you realize that these actresses weren’t chosen for their acting skills. On the contrary, they have pretty nice bodies and there are even scenes where they have to act topless. I think the challenge...