A British woman visits her husband at the Mexican mine he is attempting to reopen and discovers that the workers refuse to enter the mine fearing an ancient curse. The couple enter the mine... See full summary »
The world as we know it has ended in chaos, war and destruction. Mankind is on the brink of extinction. The few survivors roam the wilderness of the wastelands in search of food and shelter... See full summary »
Tina Louise and Adam West only worked a day on this film and were paid $10,000 apiece. Since they played leading roles in it, their parts were shot almost entirely in close-up, inter-cut into scenes utilizing body doubles for both in shots involving the supporting cast during the dialog scenes. See more »
How sad to see the beautiful and talented Tina Louise reduced to making this horrible excuse for a film. Tina still looked fit and attractive, but for some reason seems truly frightened. I can understand her fear; fearing that this 3rd rate stinker would somehow be released to the general public. Also, I'm a fan of the likable Adam West. Again, as with Tina, Adam looks good and in great shape for a man his age. His acting here is passable, but the script is so bad, that it's difficult to even listen to the dialog.
The movie is a rip-off of the classic Brando biker flick, The Wild Ones; out-law biker gang is out-of-control in a small hick-town. The bikers here look like a motley group and I sure wouldn't want them to date my sister. The acting is stiff and wooden, and the story-plot is as old as sand. Hellriders is hell to watch!
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