Three words: THE ROAD WARRIOR. The year is 2013, and the United States has collapsed under the weight of war, plagues and environmental damage. Society has been set back more than a century: horses replace automobiles; cities and industry are gone; survivors
cluster in isolated towns and eke out a living from the slowly recovering land. The Holnists, a racist military cult commanded by petty despot General Bethlehem (Will Patton) -- who preaches a Dale Carnegie-esque ethic of self-improvement through savagery -- keep the scattered townspeople in a
constant state of terror (though the rank and file demonstrate a perplexing fondness for THE SOUND OF MUSIC). Out of th...