An outlaw biker finds himself addicted to a diabolical substance and hunted by a grenade-tossing femme fatale, bounty hunters, law enforcement, a rival motorcycle gang, mutations and a topless stripper hit squad.
A resurrected outlaw biker finds himself addicted to the substance that brought him back from the grave. In order to get his daily fix, his gang is forced to do the bidding of two sadistic scientists attempting to capture a biological mutation and perform a human head transplant on kidnapped teenagers. When his disgruntled ex-girlfriend is released from prison, she embarks on an explosive manhunt for her former lover and his strung-out pack of degenerates. With three dysfunctional bounty hunters, a rival motorcycle gang and an army of machine-gun toting strippers, it becomes a race against law-enforcement for bragging rights to the gang leader's demise.
Bikers from the grave are forced to catch a Bigfoot in order to get the dope that keeps them alive. Not a spoiler. That's the beginning of this insanity. Holy Toledo how did this get made? It has everything and consistently goes into weirder scenarios with an enormous cast, tons of monsters, grue, guns and female nudity to spare. It looks fantastic from being shot on film and not video. The sound quality is Hollywood level, which completely surprised me not knowing much about this. The acting is great too and totally over the top without entering cheese territory. There is so much going on, you just can't grasp it all in one sitting. The lines in this flick are just rapid fire B-Movie gold. Laurence Harvey (Human Centipede), Tristan Risk (American Mary) and the lead biker are standouts who deliver their words with casual evil delight.
I'll admit, I didn't fully understand what was going on the entire time but I was having fun. I really want to see it again. I really like how they turned horror scenarios upside down and kept you guessing what would happen next. I was wrong half the time, which was great.
Big kudos to the special effects team too and all their real practical effects. There are some gore gags you have never seen before, ever! I found out this is kind of a sequel to another film called "Dear God No" so I watched it and it's fun also. Not this crazy fun, though. I can't wait to see "Frankenstein Created Bikers" again and a third one in this series.
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