Although Canada has turned out its share of cinematic wobblers over the years, they've been low on those post-nuke MAD MAX ripoffs that perpetually glut the direct-to-video market. Maybe Bob and Doug McKenzie's uproarious "Mutants of 2051 A.D." spoof from STRANGE BREW shamed the Canadian
film industry for years. In any case, the moratorium has ended with NEON CITY, a film which also confirms a long-held suspicion that these apocalyptic actioners are a revival of the oft-pronounced-dead Western genre.
Instead of a horse-drawn wagon, this STAGECOACH retread features a turbocharged truck that conveys diverse misfits across the environmentally ravaged wastelands of ...