Hell Ride Trailer Goes Red Band

Michael Madsen in Hell Ride

The trailer for Larry Bishop’s upcoming grindhouse-styled motorcycle gang flick Hell Ride is up online now and it’s only got two problems – 1 its a little bit long for a trailer and 2 it keeps bringing up Quentin Tarantino. Oh well, nothing is perfect. The trailer looks really nice though and is definitely not safe for work. We get an eyeful of headshots, a lot of gun shots and bullet wounds and, as Michael Madsen’s Gent puts it, the three Bs – Bikes, Beer, and Booty. Fulfilling on the booty front we see a lot of very hot women in not a lot of clothing being all types of sexy. The NSFW part comes in partly because of people getting shot in the head, but mostly because of breasts being exposed. So nice.

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The film is written and directed by Larry Bishop, who also plays the role of Pistolero. Joining him in the cast are a lot of good faces and talents, including Michael Madsen, Keith Carradine, Vinnie Jones, Eric Balfour, and Dennis Hopper. If you ask me (you didn’t, but I’m telling you anyways) this looks like its going to be a lot of bloody fun. The two rival bike gangs clash heads, and bikes, on August 8th.

This looks like it promises to be one sexy, hell of a ride, so mark the date on your calendar and polish up all your leather goods.

Oh and that Tarantino business, apparently he’s “presenting” it and getting an executive produce credit.  Color me unimpressed.

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