American Cyborg: Steel Warrior (1993) – baby on board

This one is right up there with the best of the trashy, post-apocalyptic sci-fis so strap in, press play, and enjoy the ride. Its got everything you didn’t even know you wanted – shanty towns, unstoppable cyborgs, dystopian sex punks, underground lepers, and an epic mission to deliver the one fertile woman in all the Americas to safety. Did I mention her tank-dwelling foetus?…

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The Lawless Land (1988) – Post apocalypse road trip

Who doesn’t love a good, post apocalyptic road movie? This one might not be good by any stretch, but it is relatively entertaining, and features some pretty sweet locations. Shot in Chile, there’s a lot of dry and dusty desert to go along with this rather barren tale of forbidden love. Don’t worry, it still packs in enough outrageous and stupid moments – like nipple shocking, weird stripteases, and bad keyboard playing – to make it worth a watch…

Dead End City (1988) – “It’s showtime!”

Man this movie knows how to get your attention, coming at you hard and fast in the opening credits, leaving several bodies in its wake. The slickness of the production had me a little excited straight away – throw in Robert Z’Dar and a cheesy, pulsing, synthesiser score, and the whole thing comes out looking pretty promising…

1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982) – Back to the future

With a title so intriguing, and a poster so gnarly, it’s no surprise that 1990: The Bronx Warriors is one hell of a movie – positively dripping in style, while remaining totally silly. See, in the far off year of 1990, the Bronx has been declared a lawless zone, where proper society discards its trash…