A young woman newly arrived in a small town comes up against a crazed group of survivalists who have killed a party of motorcyclists in the desert. They capture and rape her, but she ...
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A group of women miners get fed up with their lifestyle and decide to try crime. After successfully pulling off a jewelry store robbery, they fail to sell the jewelry and are forced to ... See full summary »
Ted V. Mikels
Sally Alice Gamble
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Ted V. Mikels
John P. Baniqued,
A young woman newly arrived in a small town comes up against a crazed group of survivalists who have killed a party of motorcyclists in the desert. They capture and rape her, but she escapes and makes plans to take her vengeance on them.Written by
ANGEL OF VENGEANCE is another waste-of-time action movie from cult director Ted V. Mikels. It has a lot of incident and a lot of noise, but nothing much seems to happen in it, much like Mikels's fellow movie TEN VIOLENT WOMEN. Jannina Poynter plays a military-themed woman who is kidnapped by a manic survivalist group who go around killing motorbike riders in lots of extraneous and random scenes.
Poynter is raped and sentenced to death, but asks for a chance to prove herself by becoming the prey in a hunt, MOST DANGEROUS GAME-style. Inevitably the tables are turned and the bad guys soon wish they'd never encountered Poynter. The plot sounds interesting and it is, inherently, but as with pretty much all of the Mikels films I've watched, the awful execution lets this film down. It's a surprisingly tame and restrained piece in which all of the contentious material is kept off screen and there's not a single action scene to get excited about here. Instead it's something of a chore to sit through, and definitely what you'd call Z-grade.
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