A group of survivors in a cave runs out of water and desperately needs new supply. Next up is a related Interview with Iannucci 16 minutes, no moderator this time in which a few bits and pieces are repeated, but there's still plenty of good info here. That said, the scene-stealer of the character actor ranks is Luciano Pigozzi of Yor fame as a desert rat mechanic. For more about Exterminators of the Year 3000 and the Exterminators of the Year 3000 Blu-ray release, see published by Jeffrey Kauffman on March 5, 2015 where this Blu-ray release scored 2. But I'll be honest: this 1080p transfer looks much better than expected with a decent amount of image detail, good color considering the film's relatively dry and dusty palette, at least , and a stable appearance overall. Exterminators of the Year 3000 is presented on Blu-ray by Scream Factory, an imprint of Shout! It is an artifact of an era when exploitation cinema was white-hot and the Italians were ready at the video forge.
A lonesome stranger who Timmy meets on the way may help. Run Time — 1 hour, 41 minutes Many years ago, before I had fully grasped the breadth of Italian exploitation cinema, every visit to the video store was an exciting suspenseful event. Exterminators Of The Year 3000 The year 3000, after a nuclear war turned the earth into a desert. Scream Factory has once again rescued an outright obscurity from the ash heap of history, and fans of Exterminators of the Year 3000 should be generally well pleased with the results, albeit with an understanding that the film probably never looked or sounded great to begin with. See details for additional description. The last guy they sent out didn't return. The script, co-penned by prolific Italian screenwriters Dardano Sacchetti and Elisa Briganti, transplants a variety of spaghetti western archetypes — the lone warrior, a plot full of double-crosses, the roving criminal gang, the hidden treasure — into a sci-fi context.
Lots of car crashes, memorable synth music, even includes a commentary during the movie if you so wish to listen to it of the man who plays the character Alien, Robert Iannucci! A young boy named Tommy Luca Venantini has partnered up with a loner thief named Alien Robert Iannucci in search of water within a secret location. They know where they'll find a well, but the problem it the way there, which is controlled by a savage gang of motorcyclists under the bloodthirsty Crazy Bull. Tommy wants to bring the water back to his people who will die without it and Alien wants to keep it for himself. His 10 years old son Timmy wants to join the next team. A group of survivors in a cave runs out of water and desperately needs new supply. They know where they'll find a well, but the problem it the way there, which is controlled by a savage gang of motorcyclists under the bloodthirsty Crazy Bull. The film was released later on by with the previously mentioned bonus features.
Any movie with a title like Exterminators of the Year 3000 1983 probably doesn't need much of a description; you're either sold on it already or you got here by accident. He currently has a small custom sportswear line. Some are unfortunately a merciless gang aren't they all in these kind of flicks of savages who thwart Alien's efforts to go after the water. In a post-apocalyptic future where the earth is a desert and water is the most precious substance of all, a band of survivors must turn to a mysterious stranger to battle a ruthless gang of motorcycle psychos for control of the wasteland and the water. With an understanding of the lo-fi ambience which is inherent to the source elements, this is a decently solid if frankly occasionally problematic and unspectacular looking offering. The plotting is as daft as it is derivative but the disparate influences are stitched together in a fun, pulpy way.
In the year 3000, nuclear bombs have depleted the ozone, resulting in a water shortage that has made the life-giving resource a premium. The last guy they sent out didn't return. The last guy they sent out didn't return. I'm actually kind of surprised that Shout didn't attempt an optional 5. Tommy rescues him in exchange for finding him a tanker so he can find he water source and take the supply back to his people. Great front cover off this Roadshow title too. Factory initially were going to release the film as a double feature with the film , but after finding that the film utilized footage from the and other films, Exterminators of the Year 3000 was released as a standalone film.
I can't believe this movie finally made it to Blue-ray! Extremely low budget flick but fun to watch! When one character plays the theme on his harmonica, no attempt is made to simulate a harmonica sound on the audio track. Meet the new breed of Road Warriors it proudly proclaimed, obviously tipping its dusty hat to the first two outings in the wouldn't appear until 1985, two years after Exterminators of the Year 3000's release. Go ahead and use 'em, but since I spent my time and labor assembling them, please give me credit. He also does freelance design work, teaches art classes and runs a website or two. This time around, Exterminators is finally presented in widescreen and comes equipped with a few minor but thoughtful extras; it's a big step up for a movie that may or may not deserve such deluxe treatment, but die-hard fans will appreciate the effort. Thankfully, optional English subtitles have been included during the main feature.
The story goes like this: a band of survivors has all but exhausted their water supply, and the last person sent out for a refill hasn't returned in a week. Let's face it: story-wise, there isn't much here. His ten year old boy teams with up with him, to his reluctance. This one has the lovely name, Trash Alicia Moro. As the above synopsis reveals, Exterminators Of The Year 3000 wears its spaghetti western roots loud and proud. There are good and bad sides to this: any threat posed by the dubbed-over Crazy Bull immediately dissolves when he opens his cake-hole, but it does create an awful lot of quotable cheese bites.
If I could construct a post-apocalypse world all my own, these things would be happening in what remained of southern Italy at the same time that Max was roaming Oz. Despite its bad dubbing, hokey villain, derivative plot, dated soundtrack, and cornball resolution, there's some terrific stunt work on display here and more unnecessary explosions than a John Woo shootout. A group of survivors in a cave runs out of water and desperately needs new supply. But I dont think this one was anything more than a load of custom trucks on a road and I thought it rocked- so was cheap but effective. Any scans are merely intended for the edification of the average film nerd and are for purposes of review for potential collectors. One being of course the futuristic metallic car: the exterminator, but really story wise, it doesn't build up to much, but still it's quite an engaging, watch thanks to it's hero lead, Alien and his 10 year old son, though Alien really doesn't want to admit it. He spends much of the track making fun of things while Iannucci tries to focus on the details including the cars, the stunts and effects and their safety , although he admits that in some scenes he was just following the script rather than having a clear concept of the character's motivations and character arc.