Yor: The Hunter from the Future


Mark your calendars, because July is TRASHY TIME TRAVEL month at Mondo Mondays, featuring an endless array of time-tripping B-movies that will take you back to the future … and beyond!

“He is a powerful warrior from the future, trapped in a prehistoric land, battling for the survival of his people!” Yor, a smug, blonde, loincloth-clad caveman, romps through a hilarious series of silly prehistoric mishaps before eventually stumbling head-first into a WTF? Star Wars rip-off.

“Totally bonkers … delivers goofy cheap thrills and lots of laughs. Trash cinema lovers will have a lot of fun with this.” – Cool Ass Cinema

Along the way, Yor fights dinosaurs, shoots lasers, romances a cavewoman, destroys several different cultures and drowns a few hundred women and children. And he’s the hero! One of the most legendarily bonkers Italian rip-offs of the early ‘80s, Yor: The Hunter from the Future stars B-movie man-slab Reb Brown (Space Mutiny, Cage) as our titular hero, an overly-muscled, overly-confident cave dude with a surfer shag mullet and a perpetually stoned worldview. Yor is loving life, but he’s also got a problem – he’s starting to question his origins, thanks to a mysterious medallion he wears. When he learns of a desert goddess who supposedly wears the same medallion, Yor decides he must find her and learn his true identity. On his journey to self-discovery, Yor battles all manner of foe and indulges in all manner of adventure, at one point even using a giant bat monster as a hand-glider! Eventually, the movie completely flips its prehistoric lid and allows itself to be invaded by a cheapo remake of Star Wars, complete with robots, laser blasters and a Darth Vader clone. And just when it seems like things couldn’t get any wackier, the “shocking” secret of Yor’s origin is revealed. Giving the early ‘80s barbarian flick a truly bizarre sci-fi makeover (dinosaurs AND spaceships in one movie? Sure!), Yor: The Hunter from the Future is muy primo ‘80s trash (featuring one of the decade’s greatest Euro-disco theme songs), from the genius who also gave us Killer Fish and Cannibal Apocalypse! (Dir. by Antonio Margheriti, 1983, Italy, dubbed in English, 88 mins., Rated PG)

Mondo Mondays RAFFLE 2018

VH-YES! Each month at Mondo Mondays in 2018 we’ll be holding a free raffle for an exclusive, one-of-a-kind prize: an old-school VHS case with original Mondo Mondays cover art designed by Tucson artist Ben Mackey! There’ll be new cover art every month, and each case will include a fabulous mystery VHS tape! Collect ‘em all! You must attend EVERY Mondo movie of the month in order to enter, and only one lucky winner will be selected at the final screening of each month. A special punch card will be provided to keep track of your attendance. And remember … please be kind and rewind.