A/K/A "Turkey Shoot", I discovered this flick thru the great Aussie exploitation documentary, "Not Quite Hollywood". A great find, the film is a bold, shameless women-in-prison / futuristic-death-chase hybrid with virtually nothing but action. After about (literally) one minute of exposition, we are thrown into the scenario: three attractive young people are hauled into a cruel "re-education" camp, where they can either put up with brutal torture or plan their escape. They do the latter. The last half of the film is set up as a "Most Dangerous Game"-style death hunt. As the actors will tell you in the DVD extras, anything that was not an action sequence was cut from the script before shooting. That makes for a lack of motivation but an overabundance of fistfights, shower nudity, eye-gouging, bloody motor vehicle mayhem, etc. My best out-of-nowhere item in the film is the half-man/half-wolf "pet" one of the hunters owns... no explanation for its condition is given whatsoever! It is just dropped into the story without the bat of an eye. Love it. Made around the same time as "Dawn of the Dead", and with a similar vibe... chaos, violence, nihilism, despair, all set to a pulsing synth score. 4/5.