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Turkey Shoot

Captured rebels in a strictly controlled society are set into a deadly game of survival, in the hopes of returning to world society if they manage to survive as the prey in a hunt.
Actors: Bill Young,
Bill Young
Bill Young 1 June 1950, Denman, New South Wales, Australia
Olivia Hussey,
Olivia Hussey
Olivia Hussey 17 April 1951, Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina
Oriana Panozzo,
Oriana Panozzo
Oriana Panozzo
Steve Rackman,
Steve Rackman
Steve Rackman
Lynda Stoner,
Lynda Stoner
Lynda Stoner 10 September 1953, Glandore, South Australia, Australia
John Ley,
John Ley
John Ley 1951, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Roger Ward,
Roger Ward
Roger Ward 1936
Steve Railsback,
Steve Railsback
Steve Railsback 16 November 1945, Dallas, Texas, USA
Carmen Duncan,
Carmen Duncan
Carmen Duncan 7 July 1942, Cooma, New South Wales, Australia
Gus Mercurio,
Gus Mercurio
Gus Mercurio 10 August 1928, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Michael Craig,
Michael Craig
Michael Craig 27 January 1928, Poona, Bombay Presidency, British India [now Pune, Maharashtra, India]
Genre: Sci-FiDramaHorror
Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith
Brian Trenchard-Smith
Brian Trenchard-Smith 1946, England, UK
Country: United States
Release: 1982
IMDb: 5.9
Duration: 80 min
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Eye for Film

March 09, 2009

a sadistic melange of cartoon villains, mutant monsters, over-the-top action set-pieces and ultra-violent sensationalism - in fact, the closest that Australian cinema ever came to the spirit of Jess Franco.