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Blu-ray Review - Land of Doom


1986's "Land of Doom" gives the audience a different kind of hero in Harmony, a post-apocalyptic warrior with severe personal contact issues and preference for kicking attackers in the groin as a way of shutting down oncoming violence. She's not exactly a steely, butt-whuppin' type (remember, this is the same release year as "Aliens"), but she's close enough for director Peter Maris, who tries to make a proper actioner with star Deborah Rennard. Tasked with supplying screen authority, and the actress certainly seems like she's having a good time with "Land of Doom." It's a bummer the rest of the feature only reaches a certain level of campy chaos, finding Maris unable to bring his B-movie elements to a boil. Read the rest at


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