Post-Apocalyptic Collection 1990: The Bronx Warriors / Escape From The Bronx / The New Barbarians
3-Disc Blu-ray Set
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1990: THE BRONX WARRIORS:
It s 1990 and the Bronx has officially been declared a No Man s Land. The authorities have given up all attempts to restore law and order. When a beautiful young woman runs away from Manhattan into this wasteland of motorcycle gangs and marauding warriors, her corrupt father sends a ruthless mercenary to bring her back at all costs. But gang leader Trash has other plans, uniting the rival outlaws to wage an all-out guerilla war against their corporate oppressors.
ESCAPE FROM THE BRONX:
The year is 2000 and the Bronx has been reduced to a decaying, desolate wasteland infested with swarms of vicious street gangs and outcast scavengers. When an imperialistic mega-corporation plans to rebuild the doomed No Man s Land into a perfect metropolis, they unleash their secret army of sadistic death squads to wipe out the few remaining inhabitants. But beneath the twisted rubble, fierce legions of resistance fighters arm themselves for the final onslaught ready to die for their homeland. And ready to kill for it.
THE NEW BARBARIANS:
It s the year 2019 and the world has been devastated by nuclear war. The few survivors try desperately to reach a distant land, only to be thwarted by brutal attacks from the fierce Templars and their leader One. When solitary warrior Scorpion rescues the beautiful Alma from the clutches of the Templars, they join Nadir and a ragtag group of survivors in a furious fight to the finish against the ruthless exterminators.
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It isn't a B film by any manner. Yes, the theme is somewhat familiar, but it comes across as good entertainment. The film never exhibited in the states, and this is a rare DVD, but one for collectors. A good DVD transfer too. It wasn't a Box-Office smash in Italy either because the distributor was going into bankruptcy. It has now become a cult film and one that can be enjoyed by many who can be entertained by a low budget film that featured Carroll. When I saw the film, I thought she was broke, from the way she had aged and was surprised to learn make-up purposely made her look that way for the film.
After 10 minutes your rivited to this film to the end. Really plays and looks like a comic strip. Freeze-frame almost any scene and it has comic strip angles, framing, color and people. Whoever said there wasnt nudity is wrong - there is plenty but its approriate and stylish (but not very sexy) to it's underground comic book style.
You cant quite figure out what is going on but you cant take your eyes off the film.
Ultimatly - Baba Yaga is a sexy, old/young, lesbian witch with a cute little S&M doll - together they try to seduce our hero - a sexualy confused but hot babe. Thats what I think its about.
The film was shot by a fine director who apparently only made two movies - too bad.
Baba Yaga is an Italian film but, for the most part, well dubbed into english. Most actors were actually speaking english anyway.
Natzis, nudity, S&M, beautiful girls, murder, political commentarty and witches to name a few of the things going on in this film. Those who are true fans of comic books should love it.