Beware! The members of the League of Tana Tea Drinkers return to wreak nuclear havoc with their take on atomic age movies that glow in the dark.
The Moon is a Dead World takes on the Beast of Yucca Flats: Only hardcore B-movie buffs will even want to attempt to watch this movie, since it's extremely hard to get through and even when you do, you're not left with anything meaningful to contemplate.
Cinema Suicide ponders the bizarre cult-trash of Atlantis Interceptors: There are exploitation movies and there is Atlantis Interceptors. It sets out to be everything to everyone. In 1983 there were several waves of action movies that were popular to ape and this one tried to do them all.
Uranium Cafe panics along with Ray Milland in Panic In the Year Zero: Certainly there are flaws to the film if you want to sit back and pick it apart but over all the film works well as a cold war period vision of how an everyday suburban family out for a weekend of tranquil fishing and camping has to deal with the sudden reality of a nuclear war in their backyard.
Cinema Fromage rocks with the Six-String Samurai: The year is 1957, and Russia has nuked the US. The survivors have rebuilt in the form of Lost Vegas. Elvis is the king of the last bastion of hope for the US, and sadly he has passed on. In order to find a successor to the throne, the Wolfman hits the airwaves and puts out a call to all the rock & roll cowboys across the land to come and take the throne.
And to round things up, Dr. Gangrene recommends a visit with his eight-legged friend from Tarantula...
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