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Survival Zone (1983)

R | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi | 1983 (USA)
In a post-nuclear holocaust world, roving bands of motorcycle gangs attack ranchers to try to take over their land.

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Ben Faber
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Lucy Faber
Morgan Stevens ...
Adam Strong
Zoli Marki ...
Rachel Faber
Ian Steadman ...
Bigman
Arthur Hall ...
Luke
Karl Eric Kostlin ...
Mark Faber
Elizabeth Meyer ...
Sister Mary
Joanie Combrink ...
Jane
Lillian Randall ...
Older nun
Mimi Kheswa ...
Nun
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In a post-nuclear world, a happy family of ranchers is beseiged by a roving band of ne'er do well marauders who want to eat the men and mate with the women. Having already killed and eaten an entire mission full of nuns, the family has no choice but to grab their rifles and defend their homestead. Meanwhile, the lonely, nubile daughter begins to have feelings for the buff blond stranger with no family who has wandered onto the property. It's romance, intrigue, action, and violence on the dark continent! Written by Mike Justice <psychomike@justice.com)

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When the daughter is on horseback and flees the motorcycle gang she is wearing shorts. When she gets to the house, she has full jeans on. See more »

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The movie isn't too bad and Zoli is cute as usual.
26 October 2000 | by (Hollywood, California) – See all my reviews

This movie is not too shabby. The scenery is magnificent. Zoli Marki turns in another one of her brilliant, brown-eyed performances (she could have been the South African Lara Flynn Boyle). The rest of the cast is okay, but as things go with these "international" productions you can't pay too close attention to the accents (you might ask why, for instance, is the dad American, the mother English, and the two children South African). The main villain looks like a lost member of the Village People and wears a tight leather outfit with "Big Man" spelled out in studs across his back. As in THE DEMON (another film made by the same director and crew), the blood is orange.


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