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High priest of "breastploitation" Russ Meyer entered the biker film craze of the mid-1960s with this hyperactive tale of rape and murder in the California desert. Alex Rocco is Cory Maddox, a veterinarian whose wife is defiled by a rampaging trio of moped-riding miscreants led by Brahman (Stephen Oliver), a crazed Vietnam vet. When the local sheriff (played by Meyer himself under the name "E.E. Meyer") claims that his wife invited her attack, Cory plots revenge on the hoodlums. Trailing them
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This is a rather tedious Western with whacked-out nutcases on bikes substituting for the Indians.
This is competent, inventive basement-budget filmmaking for the drive-in crowds.
By Meyer's terms this is an uncharacteristically conventional B-movie but there's still more than enough of his prurient panache to ensure it's well worth a look.
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