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Yor, the Hunter from the Future (1982)

Yor, the Hunter from the Future (1982)

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This Italian-Turkish co-production helmed by genre veteran Antonio Margheriti (using the pseudonym "Anthony M. Dawson") was cobbled together from a four-part science-fiction miniseries shown on Italian television. In prehistoric times, the muscular Yor (Reb Brown in a loincloth) saves his cave-babe (Corinne Clery) from a dinosaur just before they get zapped into the future to battle bad guys in the familiar desolate wasteland. Genre stalwart John Steiner (Caligole) and the ubiquitous Luciano Pigozzi co-star with Carol Andre. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

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Critic Reviews for Yor, the Hunter from the Future

All Critics (6)

If you hear the phrase "Italian caveman epic" and your heart doesn't sing at least a little bit, then I pity your sad and joyless existence.

August 30, 2013 | Rating: F | Full Review…

Unintentionally hilarious. This thing is funnier than most of the comedies I have seen.

May 23, 2004 | Rating: 3/5

When a comrade warns Yor about the approaching 'creature of the night,' he should have added, 'You might get tangled up in his wires!'

May 11, 2004 | Rating: 0/4 | Full Review…

Oh my lord. Can we say Derivative Crapfest? Horrible acting, and a script that takes sci-fi/fantasy elements and tosses them in a blender"

March 19, 2003 | Rating: 1/5

Audience Reviews for Yor, the Hunter from the Future

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One of the worst movies imaginable. I watched this in the theater as a kid. Why you ask? I was fantasy crazy and this was one of the best examples out there. Not to sound like an old fogey (though I am) but I don't think the kids know how lucky they are in terms of genre films and TV being made. I also in retrospect feel very sorry for my parents whom I dragged to things like this. Sure it is lame acting, lame dialogue(though that could just be the transition from Itallian) , lame action, lame special effects, heckit doesn't even rate fun for camp value (that's lame lameness people) but it is a slice of '80's B- movie history. One day in the far future I picture a bespectacled professor teaching a University course using this movie pointing out to the variously stunned and bored kids what used to pass for entertainment in the elder days. Oh the Humanities!

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