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She Devils On Wheels (Special Edition)

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  • Actors: Betty Connell, Nancy Lee Noble, Christie Wagner, Rodney Bedell, Pat Poston
  • Directors: Herschell Gordon Lewis
  • Writers: Fred M. Sandy, Allison Louise Downe
  • Producers: Herschell Gordon Lewis, Fred M. Sandy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 22, 2000
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305944334
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,495 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "She Devils On Wheels (Special Edition)" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews


"Sex, guts, blood, and all men are muthers!" The all-girl motorcycle club the Man-Eaters is a swaggering, brutal bunch who like to be in the driver's seat. They race for first pick among the "stud line" that await them at their favorite watering hole, pound a rival hot-rod gang into the ground in a turf war (and then strip them for good measure), and drag a boy-toy behind their chopper until he's a raw, bleeding pile of hamburger. Why? Because one of their number likes him just a little too much. This wicked, weird, trashy piece of bargain-basement exploitation from gore king Herschell Gordon Lewis (Two Thousand Maniacs) leaves the details of the Man-Eaters' voracious sexual appetites offscreen but puts their bloody and bluntly violent reign of terror front and center, right down to a wild decapitation. After 10 years of filmmaking you'd think he'd develop a little style, but this is as poorly acted, clumsily edited, and utterly primitive as his earlier blood feasts. There's a cool twangy guitar score and a theme song ("Get Off the Road") that has since become a riot grrrl standard. With a little more polish it might pass as surreal, but this simultaneously campy and nihilistic slice of biker rebel hedonism is undeniably bizarre.

The DVD also features commentary by Lewis, a funky short subject called Biker Beach Party from the swinging '60s, a gallery of exploitation art, and the original trailer. --Sean Axmaker

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Red hot mamas from hell! The Man-Eaters, an all-girl motorcycle gang, spend their time terrorizing a local community, race each other for first pick of their male groupie "stud line," and throw raucous orgies in their clubhouse. Led by sexy, but tough-as-nails Queen and big, brutal Whitey, the girls initiate cute little Honeypot into the gang, then start a turf war with Joe-Boy and his group of hot rodders. But when Joe-Boy abducts Honeypot, the Man-Eaters get even by going after Joe-Boy's head. Literally... Outrageous sex and violence courtesy of director Herschell Gordon Lewis (The Wizard of Gore) and a biker drive-in classic unlike any other. To quote Queen, "We don't owe nobody nothin' and we don't make no deals! We're swinging chicks on motors and Man-Eaters on wheels!"

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By David P Jaudon on July 23, 2000
Format: DVD
Bad movies come in all shapes and sizes. There are the lame, "intentionally" campy Troma films, such as "Surf Nazis Must Die." There is the bloated, overbudgeted, and relentlessly mediocre Hollywood crud, such as "Wild Wild West." However, there are some films so conceptually and ridiculously inept, that they are true masterpieces of cinematic mindrot at their finest. "She Devils-on Wheels" is the "Plan 9 from Outer Space" of biker films. Imagine Russ Meyer's "Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" on 1/10th of the budget and talent and you'll understand how wonderfully awful and hilarious this film truly is. Synopsizing "She-Devils on Wheels" is an exercise in futility. Like watching Pat Boone sing heavy metal, it must be seen to be believed. Highly recommended!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By cookieman108 on June 28, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
`We don't owe nobody nuthin',

and we don't make no deals,

we're swingin' chicks on motors,

and we're man-eaters on wheels!'

Ah yes, it's She Devils on Wheels (1968), crapmeister extraordinaire Herschell Gordon Lewis' ode to the biker flick, the twist here being, in case you haven't figured it out from the title of the feature, that instead of a movie about a group of male motorcycle enthusiasts, this one's all about the ladies, whose `guts as hard as the steel of their hogs' and `ride their men as viciously as they ride their motorcycles'. Produced and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis (Blood Feast, The Wizard of Gore), the film features Christie Wagner (Cataclysm) and Betty Connell in her only silver screen appearance. Also appearing is Nancy Lee Noble (Jackson County Jail), Rodney Bedell (The Gruesome Twosome), and Pat Poston (Just for the Hell of It) among others...

As the movie begins we see an unassuming young woman leaving her house, telling her mother she'll be spending the night at a girlfriend's. She gets into a car, drives off, and pulls into a garage, closing the door behind her...shortly afterwards the same garage door opens and the unassuming young woman is now on a motorcycle, dressed in hot pants, go-go boots, and is sporting a rather cheap looking vest made of what appears to be felt material, with the words `Man-Eaters' printed across the back...and now we cut into four and a half minutes of production credits. You know, I've never felt that was a good sign, when a film spits out all the credits up front because it makes me think the makers of the movie think the feature is so lousy that few will sit until the end, so they'd better get the credits out of the way in the beginning while they still have an audience...
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By ellafan on June 11, 2002
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I came across this movie accidently quite a few years ago on a very late-night Saturday night Camp Film Fest.I was stunned at the utter cheesiness of it,and most importantly...the "acting." It is so horrible,that you will find yourself spewing your coffee all over yourself as you choke to death laughing.
This movie will absolutely appeal to the type of viewer who revels in movies such as "Eegah!;" any Ed Wood Jr. movie;and those of us who love Mystery Science Theater 3000's riffs on lousy movies.I can't believe such a cruddy movie is out on DVD,but I'm buying it!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel C. Lelievre on September 5, 2009
Format: DVD
I'm a completist so I had to purchase this DVD for my collection. I didn't see this one when it came out, and only saw it once on a worn video tape. Story line is outrageous and in know way meant to be taking seriously (which I think even at it's release it wasn't), but well worth the price to see some old machines (bikes not the broads). I've read that most of the women in this flick actually owned the bikes they are riding and that alone makes it interesting. Can not really give a fair review of this film since my main interest in owning it is because of the bikes and the nostalgia for that time, kinda like watching the Monkees or Batman, you wanna be alone in a dark room by yourself eating junk food and trying to re-live your youth and innocence.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on April 24, 2005
Format: DVD
I went into "She-Devils on Wheels" knowing what to expect, but for the uninitiated an experience like this would likely cause permanent damage. If you aren't familiar with the zany world of Herschell Gordon Lewis filmmaking, let me fill in some of the gaps. Lewis started out making industrial training films in the 1950s before moving on to the wonderful world of the "nudie cutie" pictures--sort of the precursor to the hardcore adult cinema available today--that played in select theaters in urban areas. One day he and his partner David Friedman decided to try something new. They wondered what would happen if they made a movie no one had ever seen before, a movie filled with lots of blood and guts. The result was the 1963 gore opus "Blood Feast," a picture that made a boatload of money thanks to its gory content. The two men went on to make a few more sickening films before Friedman moved on to other projects. Lewis continued to lens the occasional gore film, but also branched out into other genres. One of these non-gore flicks was 1968's "She-Devils on Wheels." No matter what film he made, all Lewis productions share similarities: horrible acting, coma-inducing dialogue, cheap set pieces, and shoddy production values.

"She-Devils on Wheels" is pure schlock, a movie so painful to watch that even I, a true H.G. Lewis fan, had difficulty navigating my way to the closing credits. The movie introduces us to a group of female motorcycle thugs named, predictably, the Man-Eaters. Led by the sociopathic brunette Queen (Betty Connell), the gang spends most of its time hanging out with each other cracking really bad jokes, laughing like idiots, and racing their bikes on an abandoned road outside of town.
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