Saturday, February 28, 2009

SHE-DEVILS ON WHEELS - Herschell Gordon Lewis/The Faded Blue/Larry Wellington - "The Maneaters" (1968)

What more do you want? This movie hasn't even started yet, and you've got all the elements you need, the female posterior and a classic Chevy! You already got your 25 cents worth, so just sit back, relax and enjoy the show!!! And I'm sure that's the way Herschell saw it!!

Just look at how many different ways there are to demonize the goddess that we all adore, Tequila!!!

What I really meant was the female of the species we call human; we've had the "She-Creature", "She-Demons", "She-Freak", "She-Beast" and back in 1957 the "She-Devil", but this is the first time any of them have become mobile, and once those Hell Cats got motorcycles, the game changed, and it all came to a head in Herschell Gordon Lewis' "She-Devils On Wheels"!

These girls are dangerous with a capital D!!

Here's The Maneaters and Get off the Road!!!

I just know all you people are just flashing on the past right about now to a time when helmets and a whole lotta other crap wasn't required!

No, this isn't quite 13!!

No, I don't really think this guy is gay!!

This is my new wallpaper, The Maneater's clubhouse, and that's just plenty weird enuf for awhile!! Love that one leg in, one leg out look!!

The Maneaters!!!!!

Party time 1968 style, when you could be incredibly stupid and still have fun, and yet somehow a lot of us managed to live through it all!

Oh, Yeah, we were having a little too much fun, and forgot about that dude that really pissed off The Maneaters! Does the term "clothesline" have any meaning to you?? I warned you they played rough!!

What's the moral of the story? The End!!

4 comments:

Uranium Willy said...

I often come across your site while researching some flick. I just want to say it is a good site. I wonder if you sometimes post links to soundtracks that are available. It would be interesting to sample. You give me the idea to extract the theme music at least with Movie Maker or similar software and link it in my reviews. Certainly the music in old horror films was as much a blast as the rubber monsters and bikini parties.

Good stuff

Uranium Willy
http://uraniumcafe-the.com

Greg Goodsell said...

As my friends used to say, the person who sang the theme song to this flick did it on a cheap tape recorder at their kitchen table with a cigarette in one hand and a shot of whiskey in the other!

Eegah!! Rodan! and Tabonga! said...

GG,
Yer absolutely right! Just the way we like it!!!!!

buzz said...

This was the movie that was playing the night I first started working at the drive-in.

Monster Music

Monster Music
AAARRGGHHH!!!! Ya'll Come On Back Now, Y'Hear??