Veteran AIP genre star Larry Bishop (son of famed Rat Packer Joey Bishop) directs and stars in this gritty revenge tale concerning a biker gang that rallies to avenge the violent murder of a fellow gang member. An homage to such classic biker films as Chrome and Hot Leather and Angel Unchained, Hell Ride was conceived when director Bishop was invited to Quentin Tarantino's home to view a print of The Savage Seven. Upon realizing that there hadn't been a true biker film in years, the pair quickly contacted Bob Weinstein and conspired to produce a lean and mean two-wheeled revenge flick that would more than make up for lost time. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Hot chicks getting it on w/ each other, more hot chicks, bikers,babes & booze; if u like tarantino's movies you'll like this enough said! maybe next time all you people that got the wrong movie will get up off your arse! & go rent the right movie from the store, so u can see what you're renting.Rent It!
I loved this movie... I didn't even hear about it on TV. I was just scrolling through Blockbuster Online, and found it. I don't know why other reviewers are trashing this movie so bad. They must not RIDE, or just like girlie movies. This movie is like having The Hell's Angels vs. The Mongols duke it out in the middle of the desert on the highway or in a biker bar. But, the added plus of having T & A, and lots of action!
So, if you are a biker... RENT this!
The Ultimate Biker Film. This is the Biker genre epitomized. It has guns, beer, bikes, girls, Dennis Hopper, and David Carradine. An all around great film. Gotta give mad props to Larry Bishop, for getting Michael Madsen. You could definitely see the Tarantino influence.