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Deathlands (2003)

The one-eyed leader of a team of desert scavengers living in the post-apocalyptic United States returns to his home to get his revenge on his evil brother and his evil stepmother whom murdered his father and his brother.

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Ryan Cawdor
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Krysty Wroth
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Baron Titus Cawdor
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Harvey Cawdor (as Alan C. Peterson)
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Lady Rachel Cawdor (as Traci Elizabeth Lords)
Cliff Saunders ...
J.B. Dix
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Jak Lauren
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Nathan Cawdor
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Young Harvey
Heather Bertram ...
Young Lady Rachel
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Young Ryan Cawdor
A. Frank Ruffo ...
Kenny Morse
Rob Avery ...
Tom
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Jabez Pendragon Cawdor (as Maxwell McCabe)
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In 2084, a nuclear war wasted Earth, making the sky red of chemicals and the former United States of America becomes Deathlands. Breeds of mutants and half-mutants share what was left on Earth with humans. The vile of "Front Royale" is ruled by a good man, but he is killed by his wife Lady Rachel Cawdor, and his evil son Harvey Cawdor kills one of his brothers and blinds one eyes of his fifteen years old brother Ryan, who escapes. Twenty years later, the one-eyed leader Ryan Cawdor returns to "Front Royale" with his girlfriend and half-mutant Krysty Worth, his human friend and specialist in weapons JB Dix and the teenage mutant Jak Laurent to face his brother and his stepmother. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Deathlands: Homeward Bound  »

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It's a bloody shooter!
25 September 2004 | by (Lake Arrowhead, California) – See all my reviews

The acting is good, Traci Lords and Vincent Spano are in it, and the red head is a knockout!

It's a Sci Fi where the hero kills the bad guy.

It's action adventure.

Film Fans,

Okay, it's not like the book. Surprised? It never is like the book.

Enjoy it for what it is.

What do you expect Die Hard?

You try and a make a movie with two name actors for under a million, go ahead, see what you come up with.

Farside has a little more juice behind it than this piece by Stanton but she has less time to tell the story.

I really liked the way that the red haired mutant kept calling Spano (the Ryan character) lover. So warm in today's PC world. Refreshing.

But the restrictions of television were evident in the romantic scenes.


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