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Trailer From "Easy Rider: The Ride Back"

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Sneak Peek the first trailer from the sequel to director Dennis Hopper's 1969 feature "Easy Rider", titled "Easy Rider: The Ride Back".

The new film is directed by Dustin Rikert, starring Jeff Fahey as biker 'Wes Coast' and Chris Engen as 'Virgil Williams', following the family lineage of Peter Fonda's original character 'Wyatt Williams', including his younger brother (Phil Pitzer) and younger sister (Sheree J. Wilson):

"...'Easy Rider: The Ride Back' looks at the life and times of 'Wyatt Williams' before he went looking for America..."

The new movie will be available on DVD September 17,2013.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Easy Rider: The Ride Back"...
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Death Hunter Werewolves vs. Vampires Slays Its Way Onto DVD

I'd argue a more appropriate title would be Death Hunter: Some Guy Bitten By A Werewolf Partially Cured By An Antidote That Leaves Him With All The Abilities Of A Lycan Without Actually Transforming Into One Begins Running Around Looking Like A Chemo Patient Blade But Barely Uses His Lycan Powers Vs. Werewolves & Vampires, but that's just me.

Death Hunter: Werewolves vs. Vampires is an American movie I had never heard of when I stumbled upon a DVD listing on a Thai website I scour every so often. At the time it didn't even have an IMDb listing. It still doesn't have one. Needless to say I purchased a cheap import and reviewed it over a year ago. As you can read for yourself, I was less than impressed.

Now you'll get your chance this May to tell me if you agree or disagree with my assessment when Mti Home Video
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Latest MPAA Ratings: Bulletin No: 2135

Below you will see a rating for Easy Rider: The Ride Back, a film from Pan America Pictures that I had not heard of, but checked out and based on the official site it's described as a "long awaited" prequel to the Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson classic Easy Rider and apparently "shows through flashbacks how these much loved characters became the classic icons of a generation."

The film is directed by Dustin Rikert and stars a bunch of people I've never heard of such as Chris Engen, Michelle Borth, Thomas Blankenship and Newell Alexander. Oh, and Jeff Fahey (Grindhouse), I've heard of him. You can watch the trailer just to the right if you are so inclined.

Other than that note, here are the new MPAA ratings from Bulletin No: 2135.

Bran Nue Dae Rated PG-13 For sexual content and drug use. Catfish Rated PG-13 For some sexual references.
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Easy Rider Sequel Revs Up

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Easy Rider Sequel Revs Up
A secret sequel to cult biker film Easy Rider is set to hit cinemas next month, 40 years after Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson hit the road to make movie magic.

Easy Rider: The Ride Back delves into the family lineage of Fonda's iconic character Wyatt 'Captain America' Williams and his family's trials and tribulations from the 1940s to the present day.

Written by newcomers Dustin Rikert and Phil Pitzer, the new movie features little-known stars like Chris Engen, Michelle Borth, Jeff Fahey, and Rance Howard.

The film is the first part of a new trilogy.

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