Blind Fury is all right, if you're into formulaic action flicks involving Guns, Car Chases, and, of course, the Token Cute Rebellious Kid Who Eventually Comes Around To Love The Hero. Aside from the two shotgun-toting grandmas, however, the film is pretty forgettable.
And Omega Doom is just utterly dreadful. Dreary sets and monotonous camera work portray a lame, half-assed story about robots taking over the world in nuclear winter and fighting over some lost gun stockpile. Oh, let me amend that -- *robots who drink water and smoke cigars*. The actors either choose to portray a robot by a) staring off blankly into space, b) moving with all the skill and coordination of a landed catfish, or c) acting just like a human being would, trusting in the foley effects crew to add in the Special Robot Sounds (which pretty much just consist of someone running a 9-volt drill). Just about the only saving grace of the movie is seeing that Rutger Hauer can maintiain a form of rugged dignity even when starring in this steaming piece of crap. I really have nothing against horrid movies, but this movie is too drab, dark, bland, boring and dull to even be entertainingly bad. Instead, it's just excruciating.
If you paid more than five bucks for this awful thing, you have my deepest condolances.