The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968, 86 Minutes): Jeremy Slate, Diane McBain and Ross Hagen take trouble to the streets in this "revved up and explicit" (Variety) biker bonanza about bad-to-the-bone chopper chicks hellbent on destruction. When her boyfriend (Hagen) dumps her to marry a local wallflower, one bad-ass biker babe (McBain) decides that she won't give up without a fight...to the death!
Chrome and Hot Leather (1971, 92 Minutes): Yesterday he was a hero. Today he's an outlaw! When a gang of low-down low-riders kills his fiance (Ladd), Mitch (Young), a Green Beret, declares his own personal war and discovers that revenge is a dish best served...with a rocket launcher!
Two frantic and fun biker movies combine on this release.
MINI-SKIRT MOB: This campy teenage romp plays out like a slightly sanitized version of Russ Meyer's classic SHE DEVILS ON WHEELS. Diane McBain plays female biker Shayne who, after getting dumped by her boyfriend, goes on a kill-crazy rampage. Shot in 1968, the film is also notable for an appearance by Harry Dean Stanton.
CHROME AND HOT LEATHER: More biker action abounds in the wonderfully named CHROME AND HOT LEATHER. An eclectic cast features appearances from soul singer Marvin Gaye and CHARLIE'S ANGELS star Cheryl Ladd, while the plot follows a soldier as he attempts to avenge the death of his fiancée at the hands of some unruly bikers.