|release date||February 28 2006|
|studio||Dark Sky Films|
|starring||Stephen Oliver, D.J. Anderson, Duece Berry, Billy Gray, Gray Johnson, Barry McGuire|
|tagline||If you're hairy you belong on a motorbike!|
SynopsisA biker gang visits a monastery where they encounter black-robed monks engaged in worshipping Satan. When the monks try to persuade one of the female bikers, Helen, to become a satanic sacrifice the bikers smash up the monastery and leave. The monks have the last laugh, though, as Helen, as a result of the satanic rituals, is now possessed and at night changes into a werewolf, with dire results for the biker gang.
In the black, twin cam, exhaust-spewing wake of Easy Rider, the outlaw Biker film leapt from insignificant niche filmmaking to viable economic property. The relative simplicity and ease of creation in the biker genre lent itself so absolutely to ultra low budget filmmaking that a plethora of films like Al Adamson’s Satan’s Sadists and Roger Corman’s Angel Warriors were popping up at Drive In theaters in spastic fits of double feature mania, all trying to capitalize on the counterculture success of Dennis Hopper’s epic of seditious Americana. A few, more inventive souls seemed to think that they could incorporate two grindhouse staples, the biker film and the monster movie, into one unabashedly glorious concoction. Out of this dark cloud of carbon monoxide cinema comes the rise and fall of the Werewolves on Wheels. …Read More