For aging Queen Bs, Fred Olen Ray movies are the equivalent of the elephant graveyard, the place where they all must migrate at the end of their film
lives. In this case, J. J. North and Brinke Stevens appear in a
post-apocalyptic Aliens clone that the people at BadMovies.org consider their
kind of film. OK, that doesn't sound promising on the surface, but you have to
give Fred a tip o' the hat for getting each of the Queens into a sex scene and
getting them together for a refreshing post-apocalyptic shower. Thank God that pesky apocalypse doesn't
affect the plumbing or the clean water supply.
The two are part of an Army unit doing ... er ... important Army unit stuff
... when their vehicle becomes unusable in the desert, and they must find
shelter on foot before an ion storm catches them. They meet up with a lone man
who guides them to a research facility, but when they enter, the crew is all
dead, and a "Hybrid" roams the halls looking for more victims. The ending leaves
room for a sequel in that Brinke Stevens' obligatory sex scene was performed
monster, and she is obviously carrying its kid as the film ends.
IMDb readers rate in a deplorable 3.4 ...
... thus placing it in the top half of Fred's career output.