U.S. film. Excellent quality. 16:9 widescreen. A biker returns to Bakersfield, CA after serving in Vietnam. His time in Nam has turned him against the Establishment. As an act of rebellion he organizes the biggest, meanest biker gang ever. Five hundred strong, the Angels From Hell descend upon a small town to exact vengeance on the redneck sheriff who brutally killed one of their brother bikers.
Trippy soundtrack by the Peanut Butter Conspiracy and the Lollipop Shoppe who contribute songs not found on their albums and only be heard in this film's soundtrack. Songs include... Peanut Butter Conspiracy: "No One Says A Word (No Communication)," "Crystal Tear," "Angels From Hell." The Lollipop Shoppe: "Mr. Madison Avenue," "Who's It Gonna Be?"
Von Dutch art is featured prominently in the biker's clubhouse and in the film's credits. There's a line in the credits that reads, "Hair Pieces by American Fashion Products." You can have a blast watching the film and picking out all the balding bikers wearing fake hair! Lots of big-racked, biker chicks...it's a blast watching them too!
They all smoke pot while one of the gang picks up a guitar and plays a "biker protest" folk song! This film has a lot to offer including go-go girls and lesbians. Listen for the line: "Elvis who?" Tom Stern, Ted Markland, Jack Starrett, Arlene Martel, Paul Bertoya, James Murphy, Sandra Bettin, Luana Talltree, Suzy Walters. (source)