Years since I last watched this. A Culty, kitschy British occult horror biker film.
Basically the leader of the biker game is obsessed with the idea of eternal life and with the help of his spiritualist mother he gets it, but he has to kill himself first. Back from the dead he tries to convince his gang members to do the same so they can run amok and nobody can kill them .
Its silly but has a bit of charm to it. It has that early 70s British vibe that I like. So of it's time. The acting is mostly decent. The whole thing could have been better with a bigger budget. But, overall not a bad film.
Tower of evil (1972)
A bunch of friends are found murdered on a remote island in an abandoned lighthouse. The only survivor, a young woman who seems to have gone insane. Did she murder everyone? A group of investigatiors try to find out what really happened. Nice looking film. With quite a bit of gore and nudity for this era, but it's fairly routine stuff.
No doubt everyone is gonna rave about this. It looks great, and there's loads of cool shit in it.
It's not great and suffers from the same problems that have plagued this kind of sci-fi film for over a decade now.
Not arsed writing an essay about it right now, it's a cool sci-fi film that is let down by also insisting on trying to be an action film.
The Annihilators. This was one of those so bad it almost redeems itself, 80's action films. A small group of Vietnam vets clean up a neighbourhood of a violent drug smuggling gang. Wooden acting, lots of paths and cars being shot, unlimited ammo in guns. You know the drill.