Director Greydon Clark's place in the pantheon of Trash Cinema is assured. This low-rent sci-fi outing is as quality-free as most of Clark's other films, but doesn't offer up the campy fun found in such memorable items as SATAN'S CHEERLEADERS and WITHOUT WARNING.
In a sterile future ruled by androids called Synths, fertility is outlawed and human beings are kept as servants. Brave barkeep Kendall (Darby Hinton) has questions about life outside the "safe zone," and so foments open rebellion against the robot rulers. When the Synths kill humans and nab their
offspring, a few human rebels steal back the baby and hide it.
Unfortunately for the zone's scared inha...