Nomination Year: 2005
SYNOPSIS: In the far future, after the "Neutron Wars", humanity lives in two huge cities. The insane Lord Zirpola, leader of the city Tritan, has a new weapon that he intends to use against the inhabitants of his rival city, but first he wants to test it against some of the hardy Range Guides who strive to bring order to the blasted no-man's-land between the cities.
- "Wanna Run That By Me Again?"
How To Take Out a Wall
"Let's fire together, one at a time." Huh?
- "Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"
"Let the Punishment Begin!"
This is punishment? Thrown naked into a forest of dangling neon tubes which shock you. Shocked the hell out of me, anyway.
- "Cutting Butter With A Chainsaw"
"At Least I'm Not on Fire Anymore."
The guy drives his Death Machine (motorcycle) into a big pipe. It explodes. He stumbles out, completely on fire. Then they disintegrate him. Not his lucky day.
- Worst Picture
Introduction to the Death Machines
Introduction to the Death Machines. They're just motorcycles. In this arena, the winners get "set free." But this time, it's Death Machines vs. the Jed--oops, I mean Range Guides.
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame David Carradine Son of John Carradine, his expertise in martial arts nearly groomed him to be the next Bruce Lee. Nearly. Instead, he had a few TV shows and a LOT of Bad Movie parts. Claudia Jennings David McLean was the Marlboro Man who died of lung cancer
Director Claim to Fame Allan Arkush also directed Rock'n'Roll High School, Heartbeeps, and many episodes of many television series Nicholas Nicifor Roger Corman Producer of pretty much everything that was ever crappy, ever, and directed most of it
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