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A postnunclear wasteland, when dinosaur-like creatures, mutants &
general evildoers of all sorts have taken over the planet again: Leah
(Linda Corwin) is wandering the woods in a brief outfit, but soon held
up by a trio of mutants & about to be raped when Marn (Paul Guzzi)
saves her. From here opn they decide to walk the woods together &
even have sex on a beach (offscreen) before Clon (Alex Pirnie) & his
mutants spot them & decide to kidnap Leah. A fight ensues of course,
which Marn loses & is left on the beach to die while Leah is dragged
off. Marn is however found by an old man (Al Hodder), who nurses him
back to health & even gives him a gun - a weapon almost non-existent
in this post-nuclear world.
Leah meanwhile manages to escape her
captors when they pause to watch 2 dinosaurs fight, & soon runs into
the hands of a masked stranger (Mark Deshaies), who gives her food &
accommodation in his hut, shows her how to make fire - with a lighter -
& gives her some pre-nuclear children's books to learn how to read.
But when Leah sees the stranger's distorted face beneath the mask, she
runs off in horror - only to make up with him the very next day by
bringing him fish. She soon talks him into helping her finding Marn, but
instead they of course run into Clon & his men again - an encounter
the masked stranger wouldn't survive.
Leah is dragged to Clon's
castle, where the villain tires to rape her, but as she strongly fights
back, he instead throws her to his mutants & assorted beasts to let
them have their way. But enter Mark again, who rescues Leah with
firepower, & together they also dispose of Clon ...
movie has all the right ingredients: a postnuclear world, a heroine
ressed in brief skins, dinosaurs (actually very nicely done stop-motion
effects) - & manages to be incredibly dull.
The main reason for
this is that the movie totally fails in blending its elements into each
other, instead tells an overused story that could be set in any time
& place & looks rather like a game of tag in the woods with an
attempted rape-scene with very brief nudity .. well, tagged on. That
there are dinosaurs in the movie, too, seems to be of little
Another flaw is of course, that the movie - despite an
ironic introduction - takes itself totally seriously, & all the
actors (especially Paul Guzzi & Alex Pirnie) totally lack the
charisma to carry the movie - though I think Linda Corwin would have
fared better was her role a comedic one.