Werewolves on Wheels and Fiend Without a Face Now Haunting AMC’s B-Movie Classics” width=”560″/>
Have you ever watched Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice and wondered about that sculpture of a brain with a spinal cord tail? Or asked yourself why there aren’t any movies about biker werewolves? Well, ask no more! Just go to BMC, AMC’s online B-movie channel and take a look at the two newest additions: Fiend Without a Face and Werewolves on Wheels.
Bad brains don’t come badder than the killer cerebella of Fiend Without a Face: They’re not stuck in trays, manipulating people at a distance — they’re out in the field, skulking around and sucking out spinal cords. And they’re invisible! This is B-movie horror at its finest, and just when you find yourself thinking those little brains are kinda cute, they remind you that they’re not.
Werewolves on Wheels features bikers, satanic monks, sex, drugs, former child star Billy Gray of TV’s Father Knows Best, apocalyptic 1960s folk singer Barry McGuire (“Eve of Destruction”) and a sexy hippie-chick snake dance. It’s a dusty slice of pure 1970s’ biker badness that leaves modern day imitations like Hell Ride in, well, the dust. But don’t take our word for it — check it out for yourself.
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