She-Devils on Wheels (1968) - Action, Crime, Thriller

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An all-female motorcycle gang, called 'The Maneaters' hold motorcycle races, as well as terrorize the residents of a small Florida town, and clash off against an all-male rival gang of hot-riders.

IMDB: 4.7
Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis
Stars: Betty Connell, Nancy Lee Noble
Length: 82 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 29 found boring (27.58%)

One-line Reviews (18)

Don't waste yer time...

Terrible script with no story provides opportunities for humor and visceral violence.

The orgies lack authenticity(..I can understand HGL's desire to appeal to a wider, more general audience, but it's hard not to roll your eyes at such an unrealistic scene of bodies rolling around, clothes on for the most part)and characters are pretty bland for the exception of a few who get most of the dialogue.

the girls' bikes move at a leaden, snail-like pace - no doubt a sly metaphor to represent that although the girls may appear to be riding fast, their lives are, essentially, going nowhere).

They really bland when you see them.

Actually, the loathsome characters and virtual lack of plot (at least half of the film seems to consist of shots of the gals tooling down the highway...

Apart from a guy getting dragged by chains behind a motorbike and later, a decapitation there is very little blood or violence in this campy and surprisingly lame look at a "wild" all female biker gang The Man Eaters.

The acting is pretty rough and amateurish, but the performers are entertaining enough to watch anyway.

Men are beaten, dragged behind bikes, f*#$ed, and decapitated.

and the most entertaining!!

Florida Bore: All Men Are Mothers .

Just boring a pile of blah blah blah.


The worst movie I've seen in a while...

Now, I'm not exactly sure how that is relevant to this anti-She-Devil review, but those words do sorta sound like they came from a man who makes incredibly boring movies (from time to time).

Also, while this movie was entertaining, I sure would have loved to see John Waters' perennial stars, Edith Massey and Divine, in the film as biker ladies--it would have really, really improved it immensely and helped this movie to reach even greater heights as a cult film.

), and hilariously horrendous acting all ensure that this film is frequently amusing and always enjoyable in its jaw-dropping shoddiness.

This viewer can see why some trash lovers - even those who are fans of HGL - might consider it boring.