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She Devils on Wheels [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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on 25 August 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Dvd was in great condition. Movie was s***t though.
on 16 March 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Great movie from the 60's. Campy as hell, but fun. Loved the surprise in the extras.
on 26 July 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Soo bad, it's good!
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As Entertaining As A Colonoscopy (And Not Nearly As Beneficial)
on 21 February 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I thought I knew what a B-movie was, I really did. Being a fan of all things 60's, I grew up watching and loving movies from that era, especially the B-movies. Most of the pictures made by AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL, like "The Wild Angels," "Riot On Sunset Strip," "The Trip," "Psych-Out," and the Roger Corman-Vincent Price adaptations of the works of Edgar Allan Poe, were all favorites. Until I got my first DVD from SOMETHING WEIRD VIDEO I thought I knew what a B-movie was. After watching, or rather surviving, Herschell Gordon Lewis' femme biker blitz "She-Devils On Wheels," I now have to revise my definition of B-movie. Lewis as a director makes Corman look like Hitchcock or Kubrick. This movie stinks, pure and simple. There's a psychedelic rainbow painting of a woman on a motorcycle that pops up periodically and spins. I think the idea was to hypnotize you into believing that you were actually watching an entertaining movie. This film is populated with ugly people, ugly scenery, bad direction, and even worse acting. Even the theme song is sung by a bunch of off-key broads. The only thing that keeps you sitting through it is the hope that these witches will get their comeuppance. But, unfortunately, not only is the payoff brief and anti-climactic, you see it coming a mile away. And I doubt a jury of mentally-challenged chimpanzees would convict on that evidence. If you listen carefully you can actually hear your brain cells dying while you're watching this crap-fest. The one thing that would've saved this release would be a wealth of extras, as with most DVDs from SOMETHING WEIRD, but they're in short supply. There's commentary from director Lewis, which reveals some interesting facts about a most uninteresting film, as well as a gallery of art (minus the radio spots, which are my favorite thing about SOMETHING WEIRD). There's also the original trailer, and a short film called "Biker Beach Party." So, unless you're a biker film fanatic, my advice is ride past this one.
Very cool flick
on 23 November 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This was a must own because I am engaged to Betty Connel's only son. Very cool flick
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