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One of the gals sports an eye patch and another makes love to the soldier on a box spring out in the woods. ) Another fabulously cracked celluloid atrocity from director Al Adamson.A biker gang goes on a run, so their girlfriends decide to get on their motorcycles and have some fun.(The winner gets first pick on the stud line.) When one becomes too fond of a guy they make her drag her boyfriend behind her motorcycle (tied by a rope) until his face looks like chopped meat.

Her ex, a rodeo star named Jeff Logan (Ross Hagen), is on his honeymoon with his new bride (Sherry Jackson) so Shayne riles up the rest of the gang which include actors Harry Dean Stanton, Jeremy Slate and "The Bad Seed's" Patty Mc Cormick (who sings the theme song).

They beat them up, tie up the bride, try to run them off the road, shoot at them, and even corner them into a gully throwing Molotov cocktails at their trailer. Marianne Faithfull looks spectacularly gorgeous decked out in a skin-tight leather jumpsuit as Rebecca, a woman who leaves her newly married schoolteacher husband, jumps on a chopper and heads down the highway to her lover (Alain Delon).

They ravish a farm hand who cries "This just aint natural!

' They have a scuffle with cops who deliver one-liners like, "look at those eyes. " They end up at Spahn Ranch (the actual Manson family hangout), which has been taken over by a creepy cult led by a longhaired caftan-wearing leader named "King" who is secretly dealing drugs.

Fortunately directors saw the potential in beefing up the girl power angle and some pretty unforgettable grindhouse magic was made.

Here are 10 badass bests: "A Howling Hellcat Humping A Hot Steel Hog On A Roaring Rampage Of Revenge!When Roger Corman's biker movie The Wild Angels was unleashed in theaters 1966 it made a killing at the box office, made a star out of Peter Fonda and spawned scores of similar exploitation movies.But I remember at the time being more fascinated by the bikers "old ladies" like Nancy Sinatra as "Mike" and the best of all was Joan Shawlee as Momma Monahan, the blowsy, tough, boozy, maternal mother of the gang.The real reason to watch is Jocelyn Lane as the motorcycle mama who snarls throughout. "They're like men -- they're all the same" she snaps back. The big blonde with the throaty voice from such films as "Claudelle Inglish" and "Parrish" was best at playing vixens and in this film she is fabulously deranged as Shayne, the vengeful leader of the Mini-Skirt Mob.Lane, a former UK model, was sadly underused in movies but she's a spitfire here. They are all way too clean-cut to look truly fearsome and they ride scooters rather than real hogs but the patches on their backs are cool."We follow the rules of our gang, but break all the rules of society," one girl says in this outrageous example of the "Pinky Violence" Japanese exploitation films.

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