Atolladero Reviews

  • Jan 30, 2018

    The United States is reduced to a lawless wasteland by nuclear war, punctuated by small centers of power run by local warlords. Atolladero is one such place in Texas, run by The Judge, his power enforced by the sheriff and his personal bodyguard Madden (Iggy Pop). When one of the sheriff's deputies wants to leave to attend the police academy in Los Angeles, they try to kill him. I hated every second if this unbelievably ugly, loud, unpleasant film. Yeah, Iggy is in it, but he's dubbed in Spanish, so you can't even hear his magnificent voice. The only high point: He sings the theme song over the opening credits.

    The United States is reduced to a lawless wasteland by nuclear war, punctuated by small centers of power run by local warlords. Atolladero is one such place in Texas, run by The Judge, his power enforced by the sheriff and his personal bodyguard Madden (Iggy Pop). When one of the sheriff's deputies wants to leave to attend the police academy in Los Angeles, they try to kill him. I hated every second if this unbelievably ugly, loud, unpleasant film. Yeah, Iggy is in it, but he's dubbed in Spanish, so you can't even hear his magnificent voice. The only high point: He sings the theme song over the opening credits.