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Chained Heat 3: Hell Mountain

Chained Heat 3: Hell Mountain ★½ Chained Heat 3: The Horror of Hell Mountain; Chained Heat 3 1998 (R)

Future Earth is a barren wasteland where survivors are forced to work in the mines of overlord Stryker. Each year, young women are taken to the mines on Hell Mountain but this time Kal is determined to save his girlfriend and destroy Stryker. 97m/C VHS, DVD . Bentley Mitchum, Kate Rodger, Christopher Clarke, Karel Augusta, Noelle Balfour, Jack Scalia, Sarah Douglas; D: Mike Rohl; W: Chris Hyde; C: David Frazee; M: Peter Allen. VIDEO

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