Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Biker-flick entrepreneur Joe Solomon used the profits from his first three independent efforts to form his own company, Fanfare Productions. The second film in the Solomon trio was Angels From Hell -- not to be confused with his other efforts, Hell's Angels on Wheels and Run, Angel, Run. Tom Stern plays a Vietnam vet whose wartime experiences have soured him on the Establishment. As a form of protest, the disgruntled vet organizes the biggest, meanest, ugliest biker gang in human history. Five-hundred strong, the Angels From Hell descend upon a small town to exact vengeance on the redneck sheriff who brutally killed one of the bikers in the first reel.
biker, gang-leader, motorcycle, revenge, sheriff, veteran [military]