This is an odd oriental western post apocalyptic grindhouse with a decent soundtrack. The American west (maybe more) has been devastated from some unnamed tragedy that has contaminated the land and created mutants. Most of the people are attempting to go to a government train so they can be taken back east where everything is fresh and clean.
There is a "religious" group of hombres who want to cleanse the land through rape, pillage, plunder, and a bit of cannibalism, all for the greater good. In the opening scene, they rape and kill a woman, kidnap the son and shoot the husband multiple times...but he didn't die. 17 years later he (Garret Sato as Keo) is alive and seeking this group for revenge and he wants to get his son back, although we have been told he was eaten...and was very tasty. The movie sometimes has a comedy tone to it as demonstrated by a man in the desert complaining his 60 Lou Rawls albums being stolen by hombres. The human mutants travel underground like the sand-worms in "Dune."
One of the members of the church, Charm (Erin Laurence) is a Sherie Moon Zombie type who delights in bad things and prays during the first rape. She is perfect for a grindhouse and is clearly under utilized.
Although it is 17 years later, no one looks older. The movie has some really horrible, downright campy acting and dialogue which actually made the film more enjoyable. It boasts 5 pretty oriental women showing off their legs. Derrel Maury (Mario from "Joanie Loves Chachi") is Caine who leads the religious cult group.
Review by nogodnomasters from the Internet Movie Database.