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Mindwarp (released as Brain Slasher outside the USA) is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie, starring Bruce Campbell as Stover, Angus Scrimm as the Seer, Marta Martin (credited as "Marta Alicia") as Judy, Elizabeth Kent as Cornelia, and Wendy Sandow as Claude.
The film is notable as one of three produced by Fangoria Magazine's short-lived Fangoria Films label.
In contrast to Fangoria's immersion in the horror film genre, this movie is science fiction - although some elements are extremely gory and emotionally shocking.
Mindwarp was filmed on location on the stamp sand and copper mining ruins in Gay, MI.
The film borrows plot elements and themes from Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior and The Time Machine. It takes place in the year 2037, after the loss of the ozone layer has left most of the planet a desolate wasteland scattered with highly radioactive Death Zones, except for several areas which still flourish.
The human population has been reduced to Crawlers, cannibalistic human underground dwellers, ugly mutants who have lost their intelligence and speak only in grunts and mine garbage dumps. A few are Dreamers, who live in Inworld, a sealed biosphere maintained by the