Hot Rods to Hell (52 Miles to Terror) (1967)
In this youthful actioner, two young hot-rodding hoods torment a family while they are en route to a motel in the California desert. The film is also known as 52 Miles to Midnight. The family goes there to take over the establishment. When they finally arrive, tired and frightened by their ordeal, they are horrified to discover that the ramshackle inn is all but abandoned but for the teens who use it as a place to drink. The father and his clan then head for his brother's house 52 miles down the road. Again the young hoodlums launch a vicious attack. Something inside the father snaps. Suddenly stopping his speeding car, he aims his headlights right into the windshield of the oncoming teens, blinding them with the light. The kids crash. The father then forces them to promise to mend their delinquent ways. If they don't, he will send them to jail for a long, long, time. The creepy kids decide to reform. The father, decides to return to the motel and try to fix it up. … More
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Critic Reviews for Hot Rods to Hell (52 Miles to Terror)
A mixture of "Beach Blanket Bingo," "Last House on the Left," and "Leave it to Beaver"...
Consistently amusing in its unintentional campiness.
Audience Reviews for Hot Rods to Hell (52 Miles to Terror)
This movie has a good cast, and some really intense and exciting scenes, especially towards the end. I think it could be better, though, the story could have been stronger, maybe if we knew more about the hot rodding teenagers? Overall, I enjoyed it, though, I liked Andrews.More
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