Okay Italian warriors-of-the-wasteland tale involving a gang who come under attack by a group of mutated rats. It's essentially a post-apocalyptic version of "Assault on Precinct 13" except it's wasteland warriors under siege by rats instead of cops under siege from gangs. From the director Bruni Mattei, his name on the project certainly doesn't lead you to expect a quality film, which this certainly not. However,r compared to most Mattei films, this one is actually better than most, but that's a pretty low bar when your filmography includes "Porno Holocaust" and "S.S. Extermination Love Camp." But the weirdest part of this movie is that it starts out with a prologue explaining how a large group of survivors live comfortably in underground cities and that they were at war with the "New Primitives" who chose to live above ground, except that almost all of the movie only follows the aboveground wastelands and almost never even shows these underground city dwellers. So overall, the film is pretty bad, but it does have better than expected production design (mostly due to it reusing sets from Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in America"), some alright gory effects and loads of REAL rats. And one interesting note of trivia, this film was presented in Germany as the third film in the Bronx Warriors series, even though it really has no connection to the previous two films, but does admittedly have that same low budget Italian vibe to it.