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.
Three space women land on Earth in search of sexual energy to fuel their spaceship and get back home. They befriend a lonely farmboy who helps them on their plight, all while evading their mortal enemies, the Scrotes.
Brian K. Williams
The water is tainted. The Taint poisons the minds of men. It turns them into raging misogynists: monsters who want nothing more than to crush women's heads with rocks (or other objects). ... See full summary »
When Sadie's husband is murdered by a vicious gang called "The Touchers", she finds she possesses a strange hidden power to aid her in her quest for revenge. A homage to Grindhouse/exploitation pictures of the 1970's.
Its Halloween 1989, best friends Sam and Josh are trying to enjoy what's left of their final Devil's Night before graduating high school. But trouble arises when the two pals and a group of... See full summary »
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.
This straight sequel to the film "Dear God No!" was worth the wait. This is a massive production with tons of extras that exceeds in becoming the new standard for exploitation homages. The cast, look, insane dialogue and sheer whacked-out situations are all on a point.
If you love that sleazy unpredictable cinema from the late 1960s to the late 1970s, you're in for an all-out party. Best served up with several cocktails, I saw this film turn a mild mannered film festival crowd and it turned into a night club. The crowd was mostly stuffy filmmakers working in other fields and even they were floored by what this film accomplishes, enough so to give it a rowdy standing ovation. This ain't your typical straight to video hokum but a well crafted masterpiece that validates every bargain bin I've dumpster dived and every comic-con screening roulette wheel I've rolled. It's like a tribute to Russ Meyers, Hammer Frankenstein films and more but it isn't really. It doesn't attempt to give you little self-aware winks, it just lives in this weird universe of these other classic cult movies.
Thank you film gods and thank you to this team for delivering the goods. Laurence Harvey and Tristan Risk are better than ever too! How the hell did they get them? Must have been the sweet script. The absolute best the underground has to offer. Impressed.
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