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Angels' Wild Women (1972)

R | | Action | 3 May 1972 (USA)
Rowdy biker women get more than they bargained for after joining a commune.


Al Adamson


Al Adamson (screenplay) (as D. Dixon Jr.)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Ross Hagen ... Speed
Kent Taylor ... Parker
Preston Pierce ... Turk
Regina Carrol ... Margo
William Bonner ... King
Arne Warde Arne Warde ... Slim
Jill Woelfel Jill Woelfel ... Donna (as Jill Woefel)
Vicki Volante Vicki Volante ... Terry
Albert Cole ... Weasel
Claire Polan Claire Polan ... Love Child
John Bloom ... Big Foot
Gus Peters ... Preacher
Linda Gordon ... Sue
Eric Lidberg Eric Lidberg ... Freak
Margo Hope ... Orphan Girl


Rowdy biker women get more than they bargained for after joining a commune.

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Hot, Hard and Mean...Too Tough for Any Man! They'll Beat 'em, Treat 'em, and Eat 'em Alive!




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During the big brawl near the end of the film various close-ups and alternating camera angles show that the white GMC pickup truck switches several times between having the tailgate facing the buildings and the front of the truck facing the buildings. One camera shot even shows that a horse-drawn wagon is seen in front of the buildings when it was not previously located there. See more »


Rapist #2: You folks been gettin' mighty uppity since them un-civil rights.
Rapist #1: Yeah. And we just wanna see how civil you can be.
Orphan Girl: Not TOO motherfuckin' civil!
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Is there a point to all this?!
11 September 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

Al Adamson might just be the worst director of all time--perhaps even worse than Ed Wood, Hershell Gordon Lewis, Ted Mikels or Ray Dennis Steckler. But once you've gotten to the level of these directors, saying exactly which was the very worst is all a matter of opinion and personal taste. For my money, I'd say Adamson--especially since he is responsible for such atrocities as HELL'S BLOODY DEVILS, HORROR OF THE BLOOD MONSTERS, Dracula VERSUS FRANKENSTEIN and BLOOD OF GHASTLY HORROR. Probably his best film I've seen so far is PSYCHO A GO-GO (one of his very first films) and it's all been downhill ever since.

If have haven't guesses already, I am a bad movie lover. Now I can't take a steady diet of nothing but horrid films, but I do like to laugh at the really awful stuff and have reviewed an awful lot of rotten films. However, for most bad film buffs, there are two main types of bad films--bad but unintentionally funny and bad and incredibly dull. The former are the "good" bad movies and the latter are just tedious messes. ANGELS' WILD WOMEN is one of the latter. It's tedious and not much fun to watch--mostly because there really isn't much of a plot. In many ways, it looks like a home movie made of a biker gang--with no narrative or structure.

Like so many of Adamson's films, his wife, Regina Carrol, is in this film. She looked a bit like an aging stripper in this film and considering that she WAS an aging stripper this made a lot of sense. However she did look a bit out of place with the gang--with her white lipstick and her being considerably older than the rest.

The film shows a lot of unconnected vignettes involving rape, fights and murder. As for the rapes, one begins the film and really didn't do much to advance the plot. The second one involved a man being raped by women. The third time was an attempted rape. As for fighting, there were so many fights that I really lost track of them. Heck, when people weren't busy raping each other, they were fighting--often with their friends. None of this really made any sense and towards the end, the characters started killing each other for no particular reason--they the whole mess just ended.

Overall, this film looks like three or four of Adamson's projects somewhat randomly edited together. While it never has the goofy charm or stupidness that I love in some of his worst films, it also doesn't have much watchability or fun. And after a while it all gets pretty boring.

I would recommend you not let kids see this. This isn't necessarily because of all the nudity and violence--it's more that crap like this can't be good for kid's growing brains!

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Commune of Death See more »

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