In a desert post-apocalyptic world ruled by an evil organization named Sirius. A man known as Thunder, general of that organization, makes the choice of picking the side of justice, betraying them with no remorse, in order to fight them back and put and end to their reign of terror and fear, redeeming himself and a painful past that still haunts him, rescuing in the proccess a bunch of girls that were abducted by Sirius with mean intentions.
A simple premise that is just an excuse to deliver a brutal martial arts spectacle, exploiting all the keys of post-apocalyptic cinema, ripping off the Mad Max saga, including Fury Road with a spectacular car chase opening sequence, but adding to the equation a non-stop martial arts fest, where Yue Song, as star and director of the film, displays a succesion of bone-breaking fighting sequences where he favors the impact of the hits over the flourishes of an elaborated choreography, making you feel pain from your seat with every punch or kick, but most importantly, dragging you into Thunder´s battle in seek of justice in a ruthless world ruled by evil, as if you were a sidekick. offering you a one way ticket invitation to a world of mindless but fully enjoyable entertainment that you can not refuse.
A low budget production that resembles to all those exploits that Mad Max had back in the day, bringing back the flavor of the most badass action cinema and those heroes that are slowly becoming a distant memory from a fading past.
You can find Dragon Fury Road on Blu-Ray at Trash-O-Rama.