Steve Barkett's The Aftermath (1982)
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Label: Prism Entertainment Corp.
Box Type: Clamshell
Year of Release: 1985
Print: 1.33:1 / English / No subs
Extras: Trailer for Survival Zone
About the Film
Director: Steve Barkett
Year of Release: 1982
Country of Origin: U.S.A.
Stars: Steve Barkett, Lynne Margulies, Sid Haig, Christopher Barkett, Alfie Martin, Forest J. Ackerman, Jim Danforth
AKAs: The Aftermath, Zombie Aftermath, Nuclear Aftermath, Atom Bomb Survivors, The Survivors, Fearless, Mysterious Charge, The Day After Doomsday
Verbatim Box Synopsis
Hell In The Aftermath. Who Will Survive?
Three astronauts return from deep space to discover that a world-wide biological and nuclear war has ravaged the earth.
The returning scientists face a dual peril, from mutant cannibals ... and from a gang of psychotic killers who control what is left of civilization.
While making their way through the ruins of Los Angeles, the astronauts learn of a few innocent survivors living in constant fear of the murderous gang and its leader, Cutter.
The deranged leader of the gang savagely murders the survivors, one-by-one before becoming the ultimate target of the avenging astronauts.
An explosive and violent science fiction story in a modern day setting.
U.S. Prism Entertainment Corp. sleeve!
U.S. Roan Group laserdisc sleeve, courtesy of the LaserDisc Vault!
U.K. World Video 2000 sleeve, courtesy of Rolfens DVD!
U.K. Goldscreen Cinema Group sleeve, courtesy of Monster Brains!
Danish Videogram Distributors sleeve, courtesy of Hans-Jorn Reimer and his Danish Ex-Rental VHS Appreciation Group!
Norwegian ABC Media sleeve, courtesy of Rare Cult Cinema!
Norwegian Video-Huset sleeve, also courtesy of Rare Cult Cinema!
Spanish Ivex Films sleeve!
Australian Platinum sleeve, courtesy of Pre-Certification Video!
Original trailer, uploaded by Revok!
Looking for Aftermath on VHS? It's available on Amazon here. There's also a bootleg DVD from Televista as Zombie Aftermath if you're especially desperate, though it sounds like it's pulled from a bad VHS (worst source) rather than the laserdisc (best source).
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