When a motorbike gang kills an occultist, the evil spirit
he was summoning inhabits a damaged bike. The bike is then bought and restored,
but reveals its true nature when it tries to exact vengance on the gang, and anyone
else who gets in its way.
Directored by Dirk Campbell
Written by Mycal
Miller and John Wolskel
Released 6 July 1990
Neil Morrissey as
Noddy, aka Nick Oddie
Amanda Noar as Kim
as Inspector Cleaver
Anthony Daniels as the Priest
George Rossi as Chopper
Daniel Peacock as Buzzer
as First Road Toad
David Daker as Desk Sergeant
Burt Kwouk as Fu King
Brendan Donnison as Satanist High Priest
Graham Padden as P.C. Ben
Paula-Ann Bland as Hospital Nurse
Teddie Thompson as Hospital
Terence Budd as Bike Shop Dealer
This is one of
that all-too-common breed of UK comedies - ones that simply aren't funny. Clever
idea, but so s-l-o-w, so badly acted, and so unfunny. The special effects were
mixed, some really obvious and stupid, others, like the hand pierced toward the
end, really quite clever.
The best scene was probably the exorcism, but
even that was four minutes too long, and rather too predictable.
horror, well, not really.
To enjoy this movie, you'd need a few mates and
several pints. So why not get a decent movie
Video Entertainment Ltd
DVD Released 24 Oct 2005
Run Time: 105 minutes
A couple of 'featurettes'