1990: The Bronx Warriors, Escape From The Bronx, The New Barbarians – Post-Apocalyptic Collection Box Set – (DVD)


This is a real neat little boxed set, showcasing a trio of Italian science fiction films that started life as Italy’s response to cult classic The Warriors. Now, The Warriors is an absolute classic, and 1990: The Bronx Warriors … isn’t, but don’t let that slow you down. It’s a ton of fun. It’s sleazy, it’s trashy, it’s cheap, and it comes with two sequels, which become increasingly less coherent. If you love the kind of international Mockbusters that make up How The World Remade Hollywood, you can’t do much better than this. If you miss movies that scare-mongered about New York gangs made of clown people, give this set try.



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Three-disc set includes:

1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982)

In the not-too-distant future (well, it was the future when the film was made!), New York’s toughest borough has become a “No Man’s Land” where gangs of marauding warriors battle each other and corrupt businessmen exploit the violence. Vic Morrow, Fred Williamson, Stefania Girolami, and Mark Gregory as gang leader Trash star. 92 min. C/Rtg: NR


Escape From The Bronx (1983)

Ten years after “1990,” life is still Hell for the Bronx warrior street gangs. A sinister corporation with plans to create a “city for the future” in the blighted borough sends in death squads to eliminate the remaining inhabitants, and only the man called “Trash” (Mark Gregory) can stop them. Sci-fi thriller from Italy co-stars Henry Silva, Antonio Sabato, Valerie Dobson; directed by Enzo G. Castellari (“The Inglorious Bastards”). 82 min. C/Rtg: R


The New Barbarians (1983)

Fred Williamson stars in this Italian post-nuclear action film about a cutthroat biker tribe known as “the Templars,” armed with ancient weapons, that wanders the barren land laying waste to all other tribes. Fortunately for them, road warriors Nadir (Williamson) and Scorpion (Timothy Brent) are mad to the max and are more than willing to step up to prevent further bloodshed…or die trying! Co-stars George Eastman, Thomas Moore, and Anna Kanakis. 91 min. C/Rtg: R