How bad is it? It's not the worst Donald Jackson film, but that's damned faint praise.
Should you see it? Verily.
This appears to be a parody of the European "Mad Max" clones, as the characters are dubbed, even though they all speak English; they get voices like Zsa Zsa and Darth Vader, which adds to the idea that this is supposed to be a comedy. There's very few laughs, though every now and then there's something stupid that's amusing - a caped dog, the holy hot tub, ball bearings as currency. After the unexplained apocalypse, there's a female religious order on roller skates (by the way, there's not a single actual Roller Blade in the film) that keep order through martial arts and knife fights. They seek a magic crystal - the plot of a hundred of similar films - and there's a bad guy also after it. There's a hand puppet. The women worship a "Have a Nice Day" smiley face idol. There's a number of porn stars in the cast and Michelle Bauer is the recognizable actress. There's a lot of "thee and thou" dialogue and the oft-repeated "Skate or die!" It's kind of dull, unfortunately, but it led to a bunch of films I'm reviewing next.