"Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone" (1983) ~ It's a 3D film!
Set in the 22nd century, the film opens with the destruction of a space cruise liner that collides with a meteor. The only apparent survivors are three beautiful women who get away in an escape pod and land on the nearest habitable planet. There, they are quickly accosted by the hostile natives and taken aboard a sail-driven vehicle resembling a pirate ship on rails.
In space, an alert goes out for the safe return of the women with a reward of 3,000 mega-credits. A small-time salvage operator named Wolff (Peter Strauss) intercepts the message and heads to the planet. Joining him is his female engineer Chalmers (Andrea Marcovicci), who learns the planet – called Terra XI – is a failed colony that fell victim to a deadly plague and civil warfare. Wolff risks the dangers believing the reward will solve his debt problems.
After landing, Wolff and Chalmers set out in a vehicle called the Scrambler. Soon, they join a battle in progress between a group of marauders called the Zoners and a band of nomads called the Scavs. The Zoners take the women before Wolff can stop them and fly away on jet-powered hang-gliders. Wolff learns from the Scavs that the women were taken into The Zone, which is ruled by Overdog, their sworn enemy. ... Wolff continues oalone but soon catches a teenage Scav named Niki (Molly Ringwald) trying to steal the Scrambler. She convinces Wolff that he needs a tracker if he is to survive, and Wolff reluctantly takes her lead. ...
Back in The Zone, the women are taken to see Overdog (Michael Ironside), who is revealed to be a hideous cyborg, almost entirely machine, with two metal claws for hands.
Still led by Niki, Wolff gets into more predicaments – from being attacked by mutated blob-like beings, to strange mermaid-like women and their giant water dragon.
Wolff and Washington team up and sneak into Overdog's fortress where they find the Zoners entertained by captured prisoners forced to run through a deadly maze of lethal obstacles, hazards and traps.
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