2016 Cult Movie Challenge: Week 1
I'd always been intrigued by this film after watching the documentary Not Quite Hollywood, and now that I've finally seen it... it was alright!
On the pros side of things, we get a very, very '70s biker exploitation movie, complete with ridiculous characters, paint-like blood, strange experimental sequences, and a whole hodgepodge of filler that's both pointless and endearing in a way only the grungiest of grindhouse flicks can maintain.
Unfortunately, our title character is exceedingly bland (and looks distractingly like a bargain bin Daniel Craig) and the story as it's presented in this cut is exceptionally thin and uninteresting. That's what really brings things down from awesome to just-sort-of-good: it's all very inconsequential until the final character development twist, which is strange for a thriller concerning a conspiracy to kill bikers.
Still, it's well worth a watch for the pure '70s exploitation of it all.