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Rick has developed the ultimate motorcycle, the Cyclone. It is a $5 million bike equipped with rocket launchers and laser guns. Rick meets his fate and it is up to his girlfriend Teri to keep the Cyclone from falling into the wrong hands. Teri can trust no one but herself.
Sometimes, when people ask me what kind of movies I like, I say "oh y'know, Altman and Scorsese and stuff" when really I mean "Fred Olen Ray movies about women who ride motorcycles and shoot lazers at people".
Delicious Premise. Less Talking, More Lazer Shooting.
a fun bike is confusingly put together by jeffrey combs in this fun movie confusingly put together by fred olen ray
This might be the single greatest detriment to anybody taking seriously the need to preserve video.
Jeffrey Combs invents a special combat motorcycle with a secret energy source. His invention eventually gets him killed as various groups want to get hold of it and discover its lucrative secrets. It is up to his girlfriend (Heather Thomas) to keep the bike safe and avenge his death. Basically it is just a sexier version of Street Hawk.
This is a pretty standard ‘80s action film on a budget. The actual Cyclone looks incredibly cheap and I guess futuristic/high tech just means extra grey plastic stuck on for no good reason. The action is equally rubbish but strangely endearing too even if it is too infrequent. I think the big disappointment is Combs is only in the film for…
that BIKE. im sweating all over the place
Heather Thomas must take care of Jeffrey Combs' hydrogen-powered, plastic-covered motorcycle after bad guys hatch a murderous plan to steal it. You'd think this would involve the lasers and rocket launchers mounted on said sweet motorcycle. For the first 75% of this movie, you'd be wrong. Once that last 25% kicks in though, you get pretty much everything you were hoping for. It's just a shame you only got a quarter-movie worth of it.
Vaporwave goodbye to boredom because this film is very fun yessir
Heather Thomas, Martin Landau, Jeffrey Combs and Fred Olen Ray... For some reason I expected this low budget 80's flick about a babe and her bike to just be better.
that BIKE. im sweating all over the place
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Jeffrey Combs has an extended cameo,who always the pro does not phone in his performance. He even has chemistry with Heather Thomas as her boyfriend. Heather Thomas is of course hot, although I found her best friend hotter. As the opening shot shows-no surprise it being directed by Fred Olen Ray. Towards the end it uses up its budget by turning into a fun action movie PM entertainment style, with cars flying and crashing and explosions galore. You even get two hot female blondes having a punch up-fantastic. Well worth a look if you just want to be entertained and don't need to have to think for 80 odd minutes.
Low budget and illogical but quite a lot of harmless, explosive fun.
The 2016 Cult Movie Challenge - Week 2 - Fred Olen Ray week
Having recently fallen in love with Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers, I was quite excited about checking out some more Fred Olen Ray for the Cult Movie Challenge. While Cyclone isn't quite as funny or ridiculous as that film was, it was definitely not a disappointment - Olen Ray makes the kind of ridiculously watchable 80s trash that I could probably watch every day. In this case he's backed by some considerable assets: Heather Thomas, Jeffrey Combs, Martin Landau and a superpowered, heavily armored motorbike.
The action in Cyclone is pretty good - some decent car chases, lots of explosions, the odd fistfight - but just as in Hollywood…
Cheap n cheesy action flick with Heather Thomas of "The Fall Guy" as a biker chick protecting her late inventor boyfriend's pet project - a souped up, high tech, heavily armed motorcycle - from an assortment of industrial spies and arms dealers. It's like an episode of "Knight Rider" with extra eye candy.
"I love it when you fuck up Einstein."
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