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Post Apocalyptic Survival Kit 3 Pack [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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  • Actors: Mark Gregory, Fred Williamson, Michael Sopkiw, Valentine Monnier, George Eastman
  • Directors: Enzo G. Castellari, Sergio Martino
  • Writers: Enzo G. Castellari, Antonio Visone, Dardano Sacchetti, Elisa Briganti, Ernesto Gastaldi
  • Format: Box set, Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Shriek Show
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Dec 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000BB18HW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 207,413 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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By Davetids on 12 Sep 2009
Format: DVD
This is great, 3 films for a knock down price.

80s Italian, low budget rip-offs of The Warriors, Mad Max and Escape from New York. Some genuine lol moments watching these films. Bronx Warriors is the pick of the bunch, with some utterly ridiculous scenes.

Essential for fans of cheese and those who remember watching ridiculous films on VHS in the 80s.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
For Lovers Of Italian Cheese..... 7 Jan 2006
By John Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This boxset is great value. It combines 3 films from Media Blasters/Shriek Show's 'Post-Apocalyptic' collection: 1990: The Bronx Warriors, 2019: After The Fall Of New York and The New Barbarians. You can pick up the 3 films for the same price of one individually.

After the success of films like The Road Warrior and Escape From New York you got a lot of rip off films from around the world, most notably Italy. Made on lower budgets with b-grade actors and sets, these films are not 'good' in the traditional but rather fun and cheesy takes on the original better films. So, if you are looking for top class Sci-Fi then these films aren't for you. But if you are in the mood for some cheesy fun rather than high art then these films are for you.

All three films have got excellent, widescreen anamorphic transfers. You also get interviews with members of the cast as well as audio commentaries on two of the films featured. All in all, the films will never look better and time was obviously spent to clean up the transfers and provide some interesting extras.

A must for anyone who has a passing interest in Italian 'cheese' cinema.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Post Apocalyptic Triple Feature: A decent set. 6 Oct 2006
By Dave. K - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Here is another set from Media-Blasters featuring 3 Itlaian cult classics. Media-Blasters is really making a name for themselves with the movies they put out. They cater to fans of cult cinema.

First up we have 2019: After the Fall of New York directed by Sergio Martino going under the name Martin Dolman. 2019 is a little bit of Mad Max, but a lot more Escape From New York.

Cult actor Michael Sopkiw is pretty much playing Kurt Russell's Snake Plissken. I have to admit I really like Michael Sopkiw, he may not be known to the mainstream public, but for those who do know him find him entertaining.

Sergio Martino at one point made some excellent Giallos I wonder why he started doing knock off films? 2019: After the Fall of New York is a fun movie no doubt. We have some poor F/X, which really add to the charm of the flick. Not a great movie, but damn fun. With Michael Spokix and George Eastman in the same movie that means fun.

1990: Bronx Warriors was directed by Enzo G. Castellari and it's quite obvious this was inspired by The Warriors. To be quite honest I found 1990: Bronx Warriors rather dull.

There just wasn't enough action and lets face it a movie like this needs that. 1990 has it's moments, but more than often it's just too slow. The highlight is Mark Gregory who plays Trash. What's the deal with the way he walks? Rather funny.

Fred Williamson appears as does cult actor George Eastman.

And finally we have The New Barbarians again directed by Enzo G. Castellari, which again stars Fred Williamson and George Eastman (is this guy great or what?).

The New Barbarians is fairly decent, but it just doesn't work in my opinion. Worth watching at least once, but besides that there is no rush to see it again.

I love 80 Italian cinema and for those reading this I assume you do as well. In that case you might like the set or you may not. I love these kind of flicks, but I just didn't really enjoy these movies except for 2019: After the Fall of New York.

Like all of Media-Blasters sets it's cheaper to buy the set than any of the movies on their own.

As I stated before I love 80s Italian cinema, but this set just didn't do it for me. But it wasn't a total waste due to 2019.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
POST- APOCALYPTIC CHEESE FILLED FUN !! 16 Dec 2006
By The Critic - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Any fan of the 1980's post-apocalyptic film craze would be happy to own this triple feature from Shriek Show. This incredible three disc set features: 1990 Bronx Warriors: 2019 After the fall of New York and The New Barbarians. Shriek Show Studios has done an amazing job with the video transfer of these movies. The picture quality from Shriek Show is superior to any previous version of these movies I've ever seen. It's obvious that great effort was put into the quality of this set by Shriek Show and they really care about their products. 2019: After the fall of New York has 5.1 digital sound while 1990 Bronx Warriors and the New Barbarians have 2.0 sound. Special features on the DVD's include trailers, commentaries and interviews. You get three movies for one low price and get to feed your post-apocalyptic hunger at the same time. How can anyone pass this up ?

DVD Features Include:
Audio commentaries
Photo galleries
Talent interviews
Promotional trailers and More !!

Disc #1 - 2019: After the Fall of New York
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Dolby Digital Stereo
Art Gallery
Original Theatrical Trailer
Interviews: Sergio Martino
Interviews: George Eastman
Interviews: Hal Yamanouchi

Disc #2 -- 1990: Bronx Warriors
Interview With Fred "The Hammer" Williamson
Interview With Director Enzo G. Castellari
Audio Commentary With Enzo G. Castellari: On
Audio Commentary With Enzo G. Castellari: Off
Photo Gallery
Trailers

Disc #3 - The New Barbarians
Enzo G. Castellari Audio Commentary
Interview With Fred Williamson
Original "New Barbarians" Trailer
Shriek Show Trailers
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
i got a great deal 15 Feb 2007
By P. Valedon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
i bought this pack for $3.00 at suncoast videos and i'll never regret it

each one of these movies has mindless fun i'll start with 2019 After th Fall of New York i think Children of Men ripped this off but these is a lot better action wise theres nasty looking mutants, flesh eating rats, weapons that sometimes sound like childrens toys, and a colony of underground dwarfs

next is 1990 The Bronx Warriors this has fred williamson as a king of a gang this movie is very entertaining theres really cool fight scenes and idiotic diolauge my favourite scene is when fred chops of a scavengers head

last is The New Barbarians fred williamson is also in this and he has exploding arrows this movie is very weird not as enjoyable as the others but its still good

i highly recommend this pack for some mindless fun
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A cinematic tour de force! 5 Sep 2012
By MattyPants - Published on Amazon.com
First off let me say that this film easily stands up to any Orson Welles or Scorsese film. The choice to shoot the actors speaking English and then use English voice over dubs (that do not sync up with the actors lips) was a bold move by the director. Mark Gregory was absolutely stunning as "Trash" , from the moment he shows up and fights the (all-male-virgin) field hockey team on roller skates......... I was captivated. Upon researching the colorful history of the crew making this movie I discovered that Mark Gregory actually insisted upon having camel toe throughout the entire filming,(even off set) not once did he break character. He told the director Enzo Castellari, "I'll put my balls down one pant leg and just put my penis in the other, I simply must have these jeans crammed up my ass." Castellari later said, "It was in this moment that I knew the true dedication and conviction of this marvelous method actor". Fred Williamson gives a riveting performance as "Ogre" the pimp king of the Bronx. On top of the emotion he displays, Williamson has a masterful handle on the stiff and awkward fight choreography. Lets talk about the action. Do you want action? There's almost FOUR fight scenes in the entire movie, endless scenes of riding motorcycles slowly down empty streets, and in the flame thrower scene they show the same guy burning seven different times! Through my research I also discovered that the screen play was written by fourteen different writers at different times with no collaboration in order to ensure the plot would not have any cohesion or make any sense whatsoever, let's just say the result is something quite magical. "1990:THE BRONX WARRIORS" shook me to my core, took me to the edge of my seat and had me choking on my popcorn. This movie is so amazing I truly believe it cured my colon polyps.
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