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Veteran AIP genre star Larry Bishop (son of famed Rat Packer Joey Bishop) directs and stars in this gritty revenge tale concerning a biker gang that rallies to avenge the violent murder of a fellow gang member. An homage to such classic biker films as Chrome and Hot Leather and Angel Unchained, Hell Ride was conceived when director Bishop was invited to Quentin Tarantino's home to view a print of The Savage Seven. Upon realizing that there hadn't been a true biker film in years, the pair quickly contacted Bob Weinstein and conspired to produce a lean and mean two-wheeled revenge flick that would more than make up for lost time.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/28/2008
UPC: 0796019810876
Original Release: 2008
Rating: R
Source: Weinstein Company
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:23:00
Sales rank: 19,974

Special Features

Feature commentary by writer/director/producer Larry Bishop & director of photography Scott Kevan; The making of Hell Ride; The babes of Hell Ride; The guys of Hell Ride; The choppers of Hell Ride; Michael Madsen's video diary; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Larry Bishop Pistolero
Michael Madsen Gent
Eric Balfour Comanche
Dennis Hopper Actor
Vinnie Jones Actor
David Carradine Actor
Leonor Varela Actor

Technical Credits
Larry Bishop Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Tim Grimes Production Designer
Scott Kevan Cinematographer
Todd King Co-producer
Daniele Luppi Score Composer
Mary Ramos Musical Direction/Supervision
Johanna Ray Casting
Shana Stein Producer
Matthew Stein Executive Producer
Michael Steinberg Producer
Quentin Tarantino Executive Producer
Alok Taylor Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Blake West Editor
William Yeh Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Hell Ride
1. Pistolero [2:25]
2. The Gent & Comanche [3:22]
3. The Six, Six, Sixers [3:56]
4. Hell Ride [3:37]
5. Cherokee Kisum [1:43]
6. The Deuce & Billie Wings [8:24]
7. Bikes, Beer & Booty [4:35]
8. Eddie Zero [3:52]
9. Greetings From Pistolero [5:58]
10. The Rebellion Against All There Is [6:10]
11. A Whopper of a Chopper Opera [8:14]
12. Billie Explains His Wings [3:54]
13. The Deuce's Demise [8:51]
14. You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet [6:29]
15. The Booty in the Box [5:37]
16. Ya' Did Good, Sonny/End Credits [6:24]

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Hell Ride 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
manirul01 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy it
SnowyNH More than 1 year ago
This is honestly one of the worst films I have ever seen. Incredibly dull, dreadful acting and a weak, uninteresting and uninspired plot. I cannot remember the last time I was so bored watching a film, but I forced myself to sit though the entire thing thinking that it had to get better. It didn't. Tarantino is a genius and one wonders why he would allow his name to be associated with this TURKEY. Michael Madsen and Dennis Hopper must have been pretty hungry to be involved here. The women aren't even particularly attractive. Utter dreck with zero redeeming qualities. This film has NOTHING on Easy Rider or Tarantino's Grindhouse offering, Death Proof, which is exciting and just plain fun. SKIP IT!
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Gonzo84 More than 1 year ago
I picked this little number up over the holidays, just by the look of the cover and that it was produced by Quentin Tarantino. I am an avid biker fan (Sonny Barger, Easy Rider) and so when I saw this in the store, I just had to get it. Not knowing anything about the feature and what to expect, I was actually, suprisingly, blown away. The film is very stylized and I would say just as good as "Easy Rider." Just with a comic book touch; I'm not saying I'm into to comic books or comparing the two, but I am saying that this film has no boundaries...it's an "In your face," "No holds-bar," free for all. Larry Bishop did a superb job, with writing/directing/acting, he managed to turn this film into a masterpiece. I keep telling the Tarantino fans out there to check this one out, since it's definitely within the ranks of his style. The story is of course about revenge. Like Jackie Brown and other Tarantino flicks, this film has that 70s touch, with the story and the editing. All the characters from Bishop to Madsen to Hopper are top notch and keep you laughing. I guess Tarantino asked Bishop early on during Kill Bill, to write and direct the biggest and greatest biker movie of all time and boy does this not dissappoint. This is one of those films I want to watch over and over again, but try not to since I don't want that to ruin my viewing of it. This was a fun and wild ride, a "Hell" of a "Ride" would be the best way to put it, full of Bikers, Babes, and Booze...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago