Parents need to know that this film is absolutely not for kids. It includes incessant, vicious attacks on a family traveling through the New Mexican desert by a group of mutants.
The violence is startling, explicit, and aggressive dogs are knifed and eviscerated; humans suffer knifing, dismembering, shooting, burning at a stake. Someone bites off a parakeet's head. The monstrous mutants watch their prey through binoculars, which the film renders as spooky "surveillance" imagery. Women appear undressed as monsters try to rape them. Opening credits sequence features ghastly victims of radiation, in jars and photos.
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