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The title should be enough to explain the plot here. Riding around on their motorbikes, a gang of tough women bikers are the only thing that stands between a crowd of Zombies, which have been accidentally let out of their secure cave (!), and those still alive in the town. Written by
Sharon Farrell wrote in her book "Hollywood Princess from Sioux City, Iowa" that she was fired from this film after they discovered how "truly dangerous I could be on a motorcycle, especially when I had to wear an eye-patch and carry a whip. It was the eye-patch which really did me in. I started getting dizzy wearing thew damn thing, and just thinking about leading my gang of chopper chicks, roaring up and down the road on our motorcycles made me queasy." See more »
Jeez, Dad, maybe if you don't eat anybody, nobody'll notice you're a zombie.
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Just looking over some of the other reviews, and if I may humbly suggest, I feel like maybe you're missing the point. It dosen't say "Citizen Kane" anywhere on the box. It's "Troma" for God's sake, what do you expect?
This is just a big, dumb, loud, stupid movie. But how can you not like a herd of zombies chasing down an ice-cream truck filled with raw meat? Or a bus load of blind kids who act like real people instead of just some sympathy factory? If nothing else, the pure inventiveness of simply stapling a zombies mouth shut (He can't eat you if he can't open his mouth) is one of the best things I've seen in ages!
The plot is, at best, thin. Most of the acting is so wooden the actors/actresses should be sprayed for termites. A group of thirteen-year olds with a $50 budget could do better special effects.
But...this film always makes me smile. It succeeds wonderfully in what it was made to do. That is, be an exploitation/horror/comedy/b-movie joyride. Just check your brain (and your good taste) at the door.
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