Road Wars (2015)
When an amnesiac wakes up in a desert-covered post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a rabies-type virus, he must band together with a small group of survivors.
REVIEW: It's no secret that here at the B-Movie Shelf my favorite B-Movie production company is The Asylum. Their movies may not always be the best-made, but they are almost always a hell of a lot of fun, and really, being entertained is the main reason I love watching movies as much as I do. Regardless of quality, as long as I'm entertained and have a good time watching a movie, than I'm loving it. Suffice to say, you can see how I'd be stoked for each new Asylum release as soon as it's announced, and luckily once in awhile I'll be graced enough to receive a screener copy before the official release, as was the case with Asylum's latest Mad Max mockbuster, Road Wars.
Still, when that's the only complaint I have, than that's not too shabby at all. With Hansel vs Gretel, Bound (review still to come), Avengers Grimm, and now Road Wars, it seems like Asylum has another great year in store for us, especially with San Andreas Quake coming later this month and Mega Shark vs Kolossus, 3-Headed Shark Attack, and of course Sharknado 3 having all already been announced for the month of July. As for Road Wars, you can check this one out for yourself on DVD and VOD services as of this Tuesday, which is May 5th.