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'''Hell Ride''' is a biker movie written & directed by [[Larry Bishop]], released in August 2008.
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|'''Contents:'''
 
* [[Hell Ride DVD|Available DVDs & BluRay]]
 
* [[Hell Ride cast and credits|Cast & Credits]]
 
* [[Hell Ride pictures|Pictures]]
 
* [[Hell Ride story summary|Story]]
 
* [[Hell Ride movie references guide|Movie references]]
 
* [[Hell Ride soundtrack|Soundtrack]]
 
'''Reviews''':
 
* [[Hell Ride review|Film review]]
 
* [[Hell Ride DVD review|DVD review]]
 
* [[Not safe for work Hell Ride film review|Film review (explicit content version)]]
 
'''And''':
 
* [http://www.tarantino.info/2008/07/09/hell-ride-red-band-trailer-hits-the-net/ Red Band trailer]
 
* [[Exclusive interview with Larry Bishop|Interview with Larry Bishop]]
 
* [[Hell Ride coverage|Articles, quotes, news]]
 
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Hell Ride is a biker movie written & directed by [[Larry Bishop]], released in August 2008.
 
  
== Overview ==
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====Overview====
 
* Produced by [[Larry Bishop]], [[Quentin Tarantino]], Michael Steinberg, Todd King, Shana Stein
 
* Produced by [[Larry Bishop]], [[Quentin Tarantino]], Michael Steinberg, Todd King, Shana Stein
 
* The Weinstein Company, Dimension Films, 3rd Rail
 
* The Weinstein Company, Dimension Films, 3rd Rail
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* Release Date: Sundance Film Festival (Premiere; January 2008), limited '''U.S. release August 8''', 2008 | August 27 (Sweden, DVD).
 
* Release Date: Sundance Film Festival (Premiere; January 2008), limited '''U.S. release August 8''', 2008 | August 27 (Sweden, DVD).
  
== Official Synopsis ==
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====Official Synopsis====
 
HELL RIDE is a raucous throwback to the days of the Sergio Leone spaghetti western, with a heaping helping of testosterone-fueled chopper action thrown into the mix. Writer/director Larry Bishop takes on a third role as Pistolero, head honcho of the Victors, a group of badass bikers who are out to avenge the murder of one of their members at the hands of the 666ers, a rival gang whose actions live up to their hellish moniker. Along with his cohorts, the Gent (deviously portrayed by Michael Madsen) and the mysterious Comanche (Eric Balfour), Pistolero aims to take down the Deuce and Billy Wings, menacing leaders of the 666ers, but a mutiny looms on the horizon when his commitment to profit is questioned by a few of his fellow Victors. An even larger story unravels when previously unknown information about Comanche resurrects ghosts from Pistolero's past.
 
HELL RIDE is a raucous throwback to the days of the Sergio Leone spaghetti western, with a heaping helping of testosterone-fueled chopper action thrown into the mix. Writer/director Larry Bishop takes on a third role as Pistolero, head honcho of the Victors, a group of badass bikers who are out to avenge the murder of one of their members at the hands of the 666ers, a rival gang whose actions live up to their hellish moniker. Along with his cohorts, the Gent (deviously portrayed by Michael Madsen) and the mysterious Comanche (Eric Balfour), Pistolero aims to take down the Deuce and Billy Wings, menacing leaders of the 666ers, but a mutiny looms on the horizon when his commitment to profit is questioned by a few of his fellow Victors. An even larger story unravels when previously unknown information about Comanche resurrects ghosts from Pistolero's past.
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Although there is enough sex, violence, and all-out machismo to keep grind-house fans firmly plastered to their seats, Bishop's take on the genre strays far from exploitation as he weaves a twisting, multilayered tale of revenge, loyalty, and brotherhood that is brought to life by a superb ensemble cast, with memorable performances by Dennis Hopper, Vinnie Jones, and David Carradine. In the words of Comanche, "The road to hell is paved with anything but good intentions."
 
Although there is enough sex, violence, and all-out machismo to keep grind-house fans firmly plastered to their seats, Bishop's take on the genre strays far from exploitation as he weaves a twisting, multilayered tale of revenge, loyalty, and brotherhood that is brought to life by a superb ensemble cast, with memorable performances by Dennis Hopper, Vinnie Jones, and David Carradine. In the words of Comanche, "The road to hell is paved with anything but good intentions."
  
== External Links ==
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====External Links====
 
* [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411475/ Hell Ride] at the Internet Movie Database
 
* [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411475/ Hell Ride] at the Internet Movie Database
 
* [http://www.hellridemovie.com/ Official Website]
 
* [http://www.hellridemovie.com/ Official Website]
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====US Trailer====
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Latest revision as of 19:40, 6 September 2015

Hell Ride is a biker movie written & directed by Larry Bishop, released in August 2008.

Overview

  • Produced by Larry Bishop, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Steinberg, Todd King, Shana Stein
  • The Weinstein Company, Dimension Films, 3rd Rail
  • Genre: Biker Movie Hommage
  • Release Date: Sundance Film Festival (Premiere; January 2008), limited U.S. release August 8, 2008 | August 27 (Sweden, DVD).

Official Synopsis

HELL RIDE is a raucous throwback to the days of the Sergio Leone spaghetti western, with a heaping helping of testosterone-fueled chopper action thrown into the mix. Writer/director Larry Bishop takes on a third role as Pistolero, head honcho of the Victors, a group of badass bikers who are out to avenge the murder of one of their members at the hands of the 666ers, a rival gang whose actions live up to their hellish moniker. Along with his cohorts, the Gent (deviously portrayed by Michael Madsen) and the mysterious Comanche (Eric Balfour), Pistolero aims to take down the Deuce and Billy Wings, menacing leaders of the 666ers, but a mutiny looms on the horizon when his commitment to profit is questioned by a few of his fellow Victors. An even larger story unravels when previously unknown information about Comanche resurrects ghosts from Pistolero's past.

Although there is enough sex, violence, and all-out machismo to keep grind-house fans firmly plastered to their seats, Bishop's take on the genre strays far from exploitation as he weaves a twisting, multilayered tale of revenge, loyalty, and brotherhood that is brought to life by a superb ensemble cast, with memorable performances by Dennis Hopper, Vinnie Jones, and David Carradine. In the words of Comanche, "The road to hell is paved with anything but good intentions."

External Links

US Trailer


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