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The Tormentors (1971)

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They seemed invincible until they pushed one man too far...but to destroy them he has to join them!


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Cast overview:
Mr. Tabor
Lt. Connors
William Dooley ...
Dan Ballard
Bruce Kimball ...
B. Rockwell Kemp (as Bruce Kemp)
Inger Wegge ...
Gretchen (as Inga Wege)
James Gordon White


A wild gang of bikers who shamelessly idolize the Nazis, brutalizes anyone or anything that stands in their way. Dealing in illegal weapons, assassinations, power and violence, they seem invincible until they push one man too far... When his girlfriend is savagely murdered, he declares a personal war...but to destroy them, he has to join them! Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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They're the last of a dying breed.


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Hewitt strikes again!
16 September 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Another weird film from the hand of David L Hewitt, this cool little exploitation flick may mark the height of the 'Nazi Biker gang' genre circa 1971. Discriminating genre collectors will recognize Hewitt as the unseen hand behind many interesting Z grade flicks from the 60's and 70's. This film lives up (or down) to the genre, with a variety of hackneyed concepts and scenes which are frankly laughable by modern standards. However, back in the 70's I guess this was considered state of the art exploitation fare. Hewitt revisits the Nazi theme in his final film to date, The Lucifer Complex, made in 1978.

I'd like to thank the mysterious folks at Platinum Disc Corporation of sunny La Grosse, Wisconsin for the DVD release of The Tormentors, saving this psychotronic treasure from oblivion. Maybe one day we will see a Collectors Edition of Hewitt's masterpiece 'Wizard of Mars'. Until then, I guess fans will have to be satisfied with no-frills DVD releases like this one.

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