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1971 - A South Street Production - D: Michael Levesque - S: Stephen Oliver, D.J. Anderson, Duece Berry, Billy Gray, Barry McGuire, Severn Darden
The Psychotronic Movie the Week is back and this time I've got a real doozy for 'ya, a one of a kind classic brought to you by the king of the biker flicks, Joe Solomon. A biker gang called The Devil's Advocates come across a cult of Satanic monks in the California desert. One of the gang's "mamas" is cast under a spell in her sleep and led into an occult ritual that weds her to the Devil. When she returns to the Advocates she bites her old man and turns him into a werewolf who rips apart another gang member and his woman who had split from camp to go get it on. The gang buries the dead the next morning and move on, but every night more grisly attacks follow. This one drags a bit in the middle, but the first and final acts are pure psychotronic bliss and it features a great guitar soundtrack by Don Gere, enjoy!
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