This low budget british horror film, has now earn't its wings for 'CULT CLASSIC' status. It centres on a group of bikers, whose leader, Tom played by Nicky Henson, discovers the secret for immortallity. One by one, each member commits suicide in different ways, except for one, abby played by Mary Larkin. She is egged on to commit suicide by Tom, who has already crossed to the other side, and believes she will join the others. She tells him that she is dead but when she refuses to ride through a brick wall, he realises that she is not dead at all but has been faking it.
This is one of those horror films that was made in the 70's, so, if you like british horror from this period you should be at home with this. it gets an occassional showing on tv, but other than that has never been available on any format in this country to buy. The film is presented in its original widescreen ratio which is 1:85:1 (although, after the first reel, it seems to jump to 1:66:1). On the beginning of the movie there is a statement that the film was made up from the best sources available, commenting that the original 35mm negative is beleived to be lost. Picture and sound quality is good for a movie of this age considering the budget for it. The film also has some good extras. So if you want this film, the only way to get it currently, is to import this U.S. version. Amazon are saying you need NTSC compatable equipment to play this movie, but its region 0, so WILL play on your existing player, and as long as your TV is NTSC compatable (which all new sets should be). You won't have a problem.