<p>Yor, the Hunter From The Future is a film released in 1983. It was directed by the famous Italian B-movie director Antonio Margheriti (also known as Anthony M. Dawson) and starring Reb Brown, and was pieced together from a 4-part science-fiction miniseries shown on Italian television.
The setting is a mixture between prehistoric and futuristic, borrowing elements from numerous popular franchises of the time. It has been released on DVD in Germany.
The film is listed in the The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made in Golden Raspberry Award founder John Wilson's book The Official Razzie Movie Guide. It was also nominated for three 1983 Golden Raspberry Awards: Worst New Star (Reb Brown), Worst Musical Score and Worst Original Song ("Yor's World").
The movie opens with Reb Brown, as Yor, jogging around the stone towers of Cappadocia, Turkey while a rock ballad plays in the background. In a nearby village, Kala, a seemingly primitive cave-woman, and her older protector Pak are hunting. Suddenly, they are attacked by a Stego-Ceratops. Yor appears apparently from nowhere and kills the dinosaur with his axe, drinking some of its blood immediately afterwards. Yor is befriended by the</p>