Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
BIKER MOVIE...BIG MEN WITH THROBBING MACHINES AND THE GIRLS
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sex, violence and bikers on an action-filled ride in this raw, angry film produced and co-written by Jonathan Demme. The two stars Scott Glenn and Gary Busey, in early roles, play their parts as nasty bikers with total realism and gritty determination."
scott white | Chicago | 02/14/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I'm a fan of Gary Busey and I know this was one of his first movies and I know this was originally a B-movie, but his scenes were few and far between and without substance. This was even a poor B-movie. I tried my hardest to find some positive quality about this movie, but could not do it. The picture quality was poor, the acting was poor, the script was poor. I gave it one star, just because some of the bikes were sharp looking. I'd recommend many other biker movies over this one. Don't waste your time."
SAVE YOUR MONEY
Victor C. Mendes | Visalia CA | 10/16/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This product had no voice volume at all, had it turned up all the way and was nothing.
SAVE YOUR MONEY AND YOUR TIME on this one."
Over- the-top drive-in biker movie
Thomas Corr | CASA GRANDE, AZ, US | 12/03/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Quick synopsis - The Angels have a drug deal is set up but gets foiled when the cops show up. A hasty agreement is made to complete the deal a few days later in the desert and complete the deal.
The Angels head for the meeting place. On the way they meet up with the Dragons and are invited to come party in an old ghost town named "Lost Cause" with the Dragons and some hippies living there.
The Dragons leader "The General" is somewhat psychotic; his henchman Axe isn't all to stable either.
Trouble starts when one of the hippie girls is murdered and the Dragons decide that one of the Angels did it.
Fans of 1960/70s exploitation movies will flip over this one! It's an over- the-top drive-in biker movie that glows with raw, primitive energy, rustic location shooting and a rambling storyline.
I've seen or own most of the biker films from 1965-1973 (the original era), and this one is near the top.