Mystery Science Theater 3000 presents:

Escape 2000 (1983)

Well, here it is, the year 2000, and you´re wondering what past generations thought the world today would be like...
Monstervision reviewed "Escape 2000" (which was also a past Mystery Science Theater 3000 feature), so let's see what MonsterVision´s Joe Bob Briggs had to say about this fine example of the cinema:

From Joe Bob's Ultimate B Movie Guide
Futuristic women-in-prison flick starring Olivia Hussey, who arrives at a concentration camp for "deviates," and the first thing she hears from the guards is "Hey, fresh meat!" This particular camp is run by a sergeant whose idea of a good time is to knock her down, rope her neck, and make her do something truly nasty. He also commands a midget to get out of line and perform her re-education speech, which begins: "I am a deviate, the lowest form of life on earth." She has to keep repeating it until she messes up, at which point this Nazi Cochise starts kicking her into a little pile of mincemeat. Over on the male side, Steve Railsback gets caged up and tortured. Then these party animals burn a guy alive and try to gang-rape Olivia, but she zips up a guy's pants before he's ready to be zipped, if you know what I mean.

Finally all the guards decide to let five prisoners go so they can hunt em down. Joining Olivia and Steve are a boxy blonde bimbo, a weirdo jerkola red-head freak, and a guy who acts like Bruce Dern. One of em gets his little toe ripped off by a green-eyed werewolf in a dune buggy. There's a Joan Collins lookalike riding around on a horse and shooting exploding arrows at people. A lot of guys get kicked in the groceries. The werewolf gets his eye gouged out and his body sliced in half in a beautiful scene with an exotic motor vehicle. The Nazi Cochise gets his hands chopped off with a machete. Then Railsback goes nuts with a recreational vehicle and fights the whole Communist air force.
Exploding heads.
Twenty-one breasts, including two stunt breasts. (Shame on you, Olivia.)
Thirty-four dead bodies.
RV crash-and-burn.
Bimbo meat factory.
Six pints blood.
Four motor vehicle chases, with two crash-and-burns.
Heads roll.
Hands roll.
Stomachs roll.
Little toe rolls.
Two and a half stars.

© 2000 Joe Bob Briggs, All Rights Reserved. No relation to the Briggs & Stratten Engine.
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