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Movie Monday: History of Choppers

Movie Monday: History of Choppers

Now admittedly this isnt really a movie, but when reality TV went all chopper crazy a decade ago, there was actually a few things worth watching, and this was one of them (plus the Indian Larry stuff). Hosted by a celerb chopper builder, and full of cheesey music, but this made for tv"documentary" is full of amazing stories and pictures on the origins of choppers. Now they dont get it all right, but there is so much good stuff here that its worth the extra fluff. While it mostly follows  

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Movie Monday: Angel Unchained

Movie Monday: Angel Unchained

 After a violent brawl with a rival club, Angel, The VP of the "Exiles" MC decides he's had enough of the life and heads out on the road to find himself. He quickly crosses path with some Hippies, trying to make a start living off the land, who are having a problem with the local "boys".  This film melds the "back to the land" movement of the late 60's with the free wheeling, hard partying biker life of the same period. One movement built on peace, the other violence. Do they share more in common than their love of grass?...

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Movie Monday: Northville Cemetary Massacre aka "RIP Freedom"

Movie Monday: Northville Cemetary Massacre aka "RIP Freedom"

One of the greatest, and somewhat hardest to find biker flicks out there. Made in Michigan by first time Canadian Director William Dear, who later went on to do Harry and the Hendersons, this underground classic features the Scorions MC from Detroit as most of the bikers, and the lead role has reportedly an uncredited voicover by non other than Nick Nolte. Originally titled "RIP Freedom", this film visually fits in with the more violent films of the period, but philisophically it belongs in the same catagory as "Easy Rider" and "Angel Unchained" which we also hope to get to reviewing....

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Sabbath Sunday!

Sabbath Sunday!

Well, it got cold again so if your at home looking for something to do, why not watch what is possibly one of the greatest live performances of all time. Think of a band that released 2 of the most influential albums off all time in the span of about 6 months. These albums where so good that they almost single handedly created one of the most popular genres of music, Heavy Metal. Now imagine getting to see that band play live during that 6 month period. Lucky for us, Black Sabbath, live in Paris 1970, was recorded in full...

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Movie Monday: Mondo Enduro

Movie Monday: Mondo Enduro

This week we've gone deep into the vaults to share one of the pioneer adventure Bike documentaries. This film has been imitated by Celebrities with big budgets, and these guys went on to make other films, but it all started here. In 1995 a group of friends pool their resources,  and leave England for a 40,000 mile, 400 day trip around the world on Bikes. They even take on the then un crossable Siberian Gap. They had the brilliant idea of all buying the same bike, lighweight 350cc Suzuki's, so they could bring all the spare parts you could think...

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