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Hot on the heels of its 2019: After the Fall of New York release, Shriek Show (courtesy of Media Blasters) proudly brings you the second entry in the Post-Apocalyptic Collection: Enzo Castellari's classic Italian actioner 1990: Bronx Warriors. With a brilliant painted cover and eye-popping extras, the disc is perfect for those who love their wastelands littered with motorcycles and bare-chested macho heroes. Presented with a brilliant 2.35:1 widescreen picture (enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs), The Bronx Warriors has ...
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Hot on the heels of its 2019: After the Fall of New York release, Shriek Show (courtesy of Media Blasters) proudly brings you the second entry in the Post-Apocalyptic Collection: Enzo Castellari's classic Italian actioner 1990: Bronx Warriors. With a brilliant painted cover and eye-popping extras, the disc is perfect for those who love their wastelands littered with motorcycles and bare-chested macho heroes. Presented with a brilliant 2.35:1 widescreen picture (enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs), The Bronx Warriors has been given a massive face-lift that's miles above the now substandard video copies schlock enthusiasts have proudly displayed for years. The Dolby Digital audio is quite basic, but works for the film and, given the various pops in the soundtrack, make for a perfect viewing experience of this low-budget gem. Extras begin with a sit-down commentary with the director and a few of the Shriek Show employees that, while mildly sporadic in its amount of conversation, should give the viewer some insight into Castellari and his means of filmmaking (something that's built upon in his separate interview segment in the Special Features menu). The gold of the disc comes in Fred "The Hammer" Williamson's 40-minute interview, in which the blaxploitation star discusses in-depth his low-budget years in Italy. From his eye-opening remarks on Lucio Fulci to his trademarked thin cigars that come straight from his private plantation, he's a one-man hype machine whose juicy tales should not be missed. Rounded out by a slew of trailers and an extensive photo gallery, this surprisingly packed disc makes for a fine package that will surely leave you salivating for a similar disc of the sequel, Escape From the Bronx. If you're into the cheap and violent Italian post-nuke flicks, there's no excuse for you not to have this on your shelf.
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Special Features

Interview with star Fred "The Hammer" Williamson; Interview and audio commentary with director Enzo G. Castellari; Trailers; Photo gallery
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
1990: I Guerreiri di Bronx is one of the more successful examples of the post-apocalyptic action film genre that became popular during the early '80s. Most films from this genre borrowed heavily from The Road Warrior, but 1990: I Guerreiri di Bronx actually draws much more inspiration from The Warriors and Escape From New York. Although the film was obviously shot on a low budget, it benefits from solid technical credits. Sergio Salvati's slick cinematography captures the gritty action in a colorful comic book style, and Walter Rizzati's pulsating rock score fits the film's style nicely. Director Enzo Castellari rolls out punchy action sequences at a steady pace, but can't gloss over some of the film's sillier excesses (for example, the roller-skating gang comes off as unintentionally funny instead of surreal). 1990: I Guerreiri di Bronx also suffers from inconsistent performances. In general, the supporting performances are better than the leads; Stefania Girolami and Marco di Gregorio make bland protagonists, but Fred Williamson provides a commanding presence as Ogre and Vic Morrow steals many a scene with his macho turn as Hammer. Ultimately, 1990: I Guerreiri di Bronx is probably too silly and overblown for a general audience, but is likely to please exploitation fans in search of cheap thrills.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/24/2004
  • UPC: 631595032994
  • Original Release: 1983
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  • Source: Shriek Show
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Vic Morrow Hammer
Christopher Connelly Hot Dog
Fred Williamson The Ogre
Mark Gregory Trash
Stefania Girolami Anne
Johnny Sinclair Ice
Ennio Girolami
George Eastman
Betty Dessy
Rocco Lerro
Massimo Vanni
Angelo Ragusa
Technical Credits
Enzo G. Castellari Director
Gianfranco Amicucci Editor
Walter Battistelli Special Effects
Pasquino Benassati Special Effects
Elisa Livia Briganti Screenwriter
Giovanni Corridori Special Effects
Antonio Corridori Special Effects
Fabrizio de Angelis Producer
Massimo Lentini Costumes/Costume Designer
Walter Rizzati Score Composer
Dardano Sacchetti Screenwriter
Sergio Salvati Cinematographer
Pasquale Sarao Special Effects
Maurizio Trani Makeup
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Run Away [7:37]
2. We Had a Deal [12:12]
3. Riders Home [12:04]
4. Let it Be Hammer [2:43]
5. Hot Dog [8:53]
6. Looking for Trouble [8:06]
7. Tiger [9:49]
8. Be Careful [9:14]
9. Respect for the King [6:58]
10. Command Post Zebra [6:30]
11. Fireball [5:57]
12. End Credits [3:24]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Access
   Extras
      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
         Flesh for the Beast
         2019: After the Fall of New York
         Faceless
         Flesh Eater
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    1990: the bronx warriers , EAT YOU'R HEART OUT HOLLYWOOD

    Movie goers everywhere ( including myself!) missed out cinimatic history when this movie came out. I mean it, I wish I had the chance to see this on the big screen. B-cinema almost saved us all from all this seriousnes.Now we are stuck with overpriced watch-it-once hype. How about a big slice of raison pie for Enzo,you made history man!

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