Satan's Sadists

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Released 1969

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Satan's Sadists

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Director:
Al Adamson
Released:
1969
Rating:
R
Satan's Sadists is a gritty 1969 film that exposes the dark underbelly of the biker scene. A motorcycle gang called the "Satans" roams the countryside, wreaking havoc wherever they can, with Anchor (Russ Tamblyn) as their merciless leader. Meanwhile, Johnny Martin (Gary Kent), an ex-Marine, is ready to relax and enjoy life after his time in the military. As he is hitchhiking, Johnny is picked up by a friendly couple, Chuck (Scott Brady) and Nora (Evelyn Frank). The three stop for a bite at a small roadside diner. Johnny chats with the pretty young waitress, Tracy (Jacqueline Cole), who also dreams of moving to the big city. When the Satans arrive unexpectedly, the atmosphere grows tense. Romeo (Bobby Clark) gives Tracy a hard time, drawing Johnny's attention. Tempers rise to a boiling point and it soon becomes clear that the bikers will show no mercy to the diners. Johnny and Tracy realize that they're in deep danger and manage to escape from the diner, but now the Satans are out for vengeance. It's uncertain whether the ex-Marine and young waitress will ever leave the desert again.moreless
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