If you've never heard of Pray for the Wildcats, don't feel bad. I hadn't either, but man was I happy to see it. This is one of those "so bad it's good" movies. Perhaps more than anything, it's fascinating in not just its badness but its main cast. It's a sort of who's who of TV and B movie actors: Andy Griffith (as a filthy bad guy!), William Shatner (with very little Shatness!), Robert Reed (Mike Brady!), Marjoe Gortner, Angie Dickinson and Lorraine Gary. The film gets strange as a bunch of ad executives take a motorcycle trip to Baja to seal a deal for construction plans with a potential investor, but things go awry when the investor turns out to be a crazed maniac who will do anything to get what he wants. I laughed so much and was glued to the screen at the same time. This was technically a made-for-TV movie, but wow is it insane. It's Griffith VS. Shatner, or a prequel to movies like Wild Hogs. Trust me. You don't want to miss this one.