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Peter’s Retro Reviews: Steel Dawn (1987)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen   “He is the desert warrior, carving the future with his sword.” Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to return to a subgenre I have a soft spot for, namely the post apocalyptic action flick! Most of them were basically rip-offs of Mad Max (1979) and The Road Warrior (1981), and let’s be honest… most of…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: The Salute of the Jugger (1989)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen “People no longer remembered the Golden Age of the 20th Century. They didn’t remember the miraculous technology or the cruel wars that followed. They didn’t remember when Juggers first played The Game or how it came to be played with a dog skull…” The world in which the movie is set is a barren and bleak…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: Crash and Burn (1990)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen We’re in the year 2035 and the world is a harsh place to live in. At the start of the movie we see a wall calendar that says July 2030, but I suppose buying a new one and keeping up to date isn’t exactly on the priority-list. Food and water might be a tad more important,…


Peter’s Retro Rewind: Damnation Alley (1977)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen “Tanner! This is Denton! This whole town is infested with killer cockroaches! I repeat… KILLER COCKROACHES!!” This movie starts with a bang! Literally! Only minutes after Damnation Alley opens, the world as we know it has ended. Two Air Force officers, Tanner and Denton, have just started their shifts at the missile silo when all hell…


Peter’s Retro Movie Review: The Road Warrior (1982)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen First off, let me say that, yes… I realize that this movie might not be all that “forgotten” and when the next chapter in Max Rockatansky’s life, Mad Max: Fury Road, is finally released it might get another stint in the spotlight. Hell, they all might! So, why did I choose this flick to review this…