This is a notoriously titled movie even by Troma’s standards, taking its place alongside such B features as Rabid Grannies and The Toxic Avenger (1985) and featuring the usual bad acting and ludicrous plotline.
It’s set in a future California, where a devastating earthquake has left millions homeless and the beaches have turned into battlegrounds, as rival surf gangs vie for control.
The surf Nazis are the most feared, but when they kill a black child, his mother loads up with guns and grenades to wage a one-woman vigilante war.
Lovers of trash movies be warned, this is not as much fun as it sounds. It takes itself far too seriously and doesn’t even have the “so bad it’s good” label to commend it.
Eleanor ‘Mama’ Washington
Ty Thomas (Tom Demenkoff)