After a few days, most of this movie washed away from my mind, not that there was much to remember. This is an intensely dull experience, the quintessential non-action movie; scene after scene goes by of people standing around, doing nothing, talking about incoherent bullshit, "fighting" in some of the worst-staged sequences I've ever seen with shots that last far too long for any normal human to stand.
Somehow this is not the director's only work, having had a long career in gay porn, as well as having made several other crappy sci-fi and exploitation films. I can't imagine that this film steps too far away from his normal array of talents. To have such a dead eye for filmmaking but to have been in the business for so long is amazing. And the fact that this was even intentionally released on video to the rental market is insane. I can't imagine who would want to watch endless, dull scenes of people not doing anything. And, yet, I've seen this movie now (sadly edited, so even a nude Angelika Jager can't save me from the tedium).
Miss Jager's unintelligible Euro-accented lines add some humor to the mix, though there's not a lot to love about this episode. This would have been perfect fodder for a later episode, when the show was, well, funny. Instead, everyone just seems to marvel at how abjectly idiotic and badly-constructed this film is. The pathetic, seemingly un-choreographed post-apocalyptic sword fights actually make me long for Metalstorm: The Destruction Of Jared-Syn.
But the upside is that I'm almost done with this season and the episodes are getting a tiny bit better every time.