Devil's Angels (1967)





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Big bad bikers butt heads with a small-town sheriff in this bargain-basement sleaze-fest.

Rating: R (for drug use)
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: Charles B. Griffith
In Theaters:
American International Pictures



as Marianne

as Joel-the-Mole

as Louise

as Tonya

as Sheriff Henderson

as Billy-the-Kid

as Mayor

as Deputy

as Store Owner
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Mindless, lurid and tasteless biker pic.

Full Review… | May 16, 2015
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Audience Reviews for Devil's Angels

Never afraid to be formulaic, this is the typical '60s biker film with a "charismatic" leader and his roving gang terrorizing a local little burg. When they're wrongly accused of raping a pretty young thing (Mimsy Farmer, inevitably), they take offense because this was the one crime they didn't commit. Are we supposed to root for these bullying jerks? The only features that distinguish this Roger Corman production ar e a cynical ending and a worldwise sheriff character that isn't as one-dimensional as the usual. John Cassavetes (incredible that he still had to make movies like these to stay solvent, eight years after "Shadows") is the head biker, but it really doesn't matter.

Eric Broome
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