The future is a pretty dreary place. Wars, famine, plagues, etc. Kinda makes you not want to see it. Thankfully, today’s story takes place 1,000 years after tomorrow, so unless there’s some kind of cure for everything released pretty soon or cryogenics steps up its’ game, we won’t have much to worry about. See, in this future a neutron war takes place. No, neutrons don’t fight each other, I’m guessing it’s some kind of war that has to do with neutron bombs. After the war, the world consists of vast deserts and large city-states. If you’re not in a city state, then you don’t use machinery (except weird floodlight/gun things) and you’re probably a mutant. Unless, of course, you’re a guide – which is an ancient warrior that lives only by it’s own code. If you are a guide, though, you’re hunted down to participate in the only punishment that’s still allowed in this distant future. That punishment is Deathsport!
There are hundreds, if not thousands of vampire movies made every day… no seriously, there are too many to count! Some are good, some are bad. Some the vampires are perfect beings who are beautiful and glitter in the sun. Some stay more true to the myth that sunlight burns/destroys them. Basically what I’m trying to say is there is a vampire movie for everyone’s taste. I’ve already found my favorite of all time, From Dusk Til Dawn. Plus I recently purchased my second favorite, Let Me In. So why I decided to check out a friend’s NOT recommendation about a vampire movie she recently saw is well beyond my comprehension. Maybe I’m a glutton for punishment, maybe Adrian Paul as a British vampire peaked my interest. Either way, I spent 90 minutes of my life watching The Breed, from 2001.
We dig deep in the our Sci-Fi vault to bring you this week’s Trailer Tuesday… 1987’s Mutant Hunt
So after some in-depth analysis, what can we say about this week’s trailer?
- Robots and Cyborgs are interchangeable terms, and in this case they aren’t programmed to be violent or attack people
- Somebody is feeding these cyborgs some drugs that are mutating them into ruthless killers of mostly scantily clad women.
- Matt Riker is a mercenary that’s gonna stop these crazy robot/zombies from breaking apart cheap shelves and surgical tubing. Oh, and stop them from killing people too, or something.
Also, an interesting tidbit about the director, Tim Kincaid: He’s also a very accomplished gay erotica movie writer and director! But besides that, the films he’s made that are not adult in nature are fine z-grade trash in their own right. I have a feeling we’ll be going to the Tim Kincaid well frequently in the future…
As always, keep your eyes peeled on InternalBleeding for an upcoming review of Mutant Hunt!
Have you ever seen a trailer that looked so bad ass that you spent months trying to find the movie… only to be pretty disappointed that you wasted so much time looking for it?!? Well then you know how I feel after seeing the 1993 cyborg action flick Nemesis starring Olivier Gruner. I picked up on the movie a few months back when I saw the trailer at the beginning of another action flick (it’s been so long I don’t even remember which one it was). After months of looking and finding versions in a couple different languages I finally came across the English version and I was pretty geeked to see it. Explosions and cyborgs set in the near future, what could possibly go wrong?