Steel Frontier is a 1995 post-apocalyptic science fiction Western film directed by Jacobsen Hart and Paul G. Volk and starring Joe Lara, Bo Svenson, Stacie Foster, Brion James, Kane Hodder, James C. Victor, Billy L. Sullivan, Robert O'Reilly, Brian Huckeba, and Adolfo Quinones.
In 2019, a gang of bandits called the United Regime Deathriders invade the town of New Hope. They are led by General Julius 'J.W.' Quantrill (Brion James), a descendant of Confederate cavalry officer William Quantrill. A mysterious motorcycle riding gunslinger named Johnny Yuma (Joe Lara) arrives in town and joins the gang, but actually plays the thugs against each other, causing the drunken riders to shoot each other. The next morning Sarah and her son kills two other gangmembers, but the Deathriders believes Yuma is responsible. Yuma challenges his accusers to a duel and shoots all six before their guns even clear their holsters. He is chased by the rest of the gang to the tire refinery, but kills them all, including Julius Quantrill Jr. The son of General Julius 'J.W.' Quantrill.
|director||Joe Hart Paul G. Volk|
|genre||action science fiction western|
|keywords||abseil attack bounty hunter build cavalry officer coffin drive gunslinger injured lone survivor morning motorcycle rid school bus william quantrill|
|producer||Joseph Merhi Richard Pepin|
|theme||independent post-apocalyptic science fiction action the future|