Synopsis: In 2018, in Spain, the prisoner Dante (William Miller) escapes from a prison and is chased by a robot dog. He tries to reach the city of Puerto Angel, where he left his beloved girlfriend Ula (Irene Montalà). While running away, he recalls his recent past in Spain with Ula.
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Brian Yuzna
Production: Filmax International
95 min


Open it up!

Everybody off!

- Come on! Everybody out!

- Get out! Come on!

Everybody! Get out! Move it!

Get out! Move there!

Get out! Come on!

Come on! Move!


I'm afraid we can't help you.

There's no Ula here, boy.

What have you done to her?

How's she like it? In the ass?

Or don't you remember?

Move it!

Come on, get up!

Why the hell is he always

looking at me?

Because he knows

white meat tastes better.

Those shiny teeth,

they scare you?

Leave him alone, old man.

It is your backer. You can't

hide from the breath of evil.

Let 's go!

Everyone back in the truck!


He's coming for you.

It will eat your soul,

your life will be a burning hell.

It bit me! It bit me!

- I'm dying! I'm dying!

- Old man!

Old man? Old man? Aranda!

Don't do this to me! Aranda!

- Don't touch him!

- He's hurt!

Can't you see he's hurt?

Come on! Come on!

Get out! Move it!

Not that way.

This way, to the river!

Our destiny is one now, brother.

Trust in Allah.

- I don't believe in destiny.

- Come on!


Get up!

Give me your hand.

To hell with you!

Bad to go in there.

- Relax, old man. It 's just fog.

- Not ordinary fog.

The breath of evil.

It takes your soul.

I don't need to hear

your shit tonight, old man.

Tell him, Dante.

Tell him it 's just fog.

- It 's the breath of evil.

- Do not joke. It 's your destiny.

It will destroy and corrupt

what is most pure.

Hey Grandpa,

I'm not worried about my destiny.

You worried about yours?

Who you running from?

Do you think

the evil cannot touch you?


You are the fool, Aranda.

A superstitious old fool!

What 's going on over there?

Well, the old witch doctor

thinks the fog is evil.

I think he's been eating

too many mushrooms.

What 's that for?

Look at us!

What we're doing here, you know...

coming on this boat.


Taking chances.

I don't want it to end.


I love you, Ula.

No. No, don't say that.

- Not if you're not serious, okay?

- Hey, I am serious.

I wouldn't lie to you.

Not ever.

Ula, you mean everything to me.

I'd die for you.

You would die for me?

I swear.

I love you.

That 's my destiny.

What 's that?

Must be a patrol.

Switch off your engines!

I repeat:

Switch off your engines!

Identify yourselves!

Identify yourselves!

Prepare to be boarded!

I repeat:

Prepare to be boarded!

There will be no escape!

- Ula, come on!

- What?

We gotta jump!

Make one move

and I will blow your head off.

You didn't really think

you could get away, did you?

Your girlfriend?

A little weasel like you

has a woman like that?

- Give it back!

- You're crazy!

You're never going

to see her again.

Havert fed the Rott for two days.

Those teeth could snap your neck

like a toothpick.

I'd just as soon let him kill you.

Like you friend here.

Dead or alive, I still get paid.

But Mr. Kufard wants you alive.

But the Rott doesn't care.


don't press your luck.

Go ahead, a little siesta.

You hungry, boy?

You smell that?

Yeah, you're hungry boy, huh?

Do you want that rabbit?

Go fetch it.

Yeah, you want that rabbit.

You smell it?

Go for it.

Yeah, you want that, huh?

You want that, boy?

You hungry?

Go fetch it.

Come on, just take a look.

Come on.

Please, no.

You'll never find...

that bitch.

Sometimes you win,

sometimes you lose.

I guess today just

wasrt your lucky day.

He had the gun.

You live by the gun,

you die by the fucking gun.

That 's the way it goes.

There's enough evil in this world

without your breath of evil.

Money, money, money!

- This time I'll win.

- Show it to me!

Money, money, money...

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