An entertaining piece of quality Trash this
was. Demented and violent and with a theme punky rock song that may
get stuck in your brain forever
as it's played all through the film - "Intrepidos Punks ... on
their motorcycles, riding around with their girls, looking for adventure,
they worship Satan.
Sex and drugs and violence, and lots of rock n' roooll ... Intrepidos
Punks" - performed by Mexican progressive rock band Three Souls
in My Mind.
And, with La Princesa Lea and El Fantasma in the leading baddie roles,
cool names huh?
La Princesa Lea who plays the charismatic
female leader of the biker gang, Fiera, was born in Canada and her real
name was Susan Linda Fair and
she was an exotic or burlesque dancer, so probably La Princesa Lea was
her stage name.
And El Fantasma playing the male leader of the biker
gang, Tarzan, he was a Luchador, a mexican wrestler, like El Santo or
The busty cat woman Jarocha (played by Olga Rios ... i think?) was pretty
yummy too, besides Fiera.
This film i found on an US alternative market DVD release but
it can also be seen on Youtube in the same version as this one, i think.
The film starts with 4 women dressed like nuns robbing
a bank of 3 million pesos and then fleing into the desert where they
hang around in a cave
where they party, takes drugs and have sex. Inspired by the 1977 London
Punk style they look like futuristic punks from a Mad Max movie.
Fiera, the main visual viewpoint in this film, looks to that her prisoner
husband, Tarzan, breaks out of jail, and the gang, the Intrepidos Punks
start a wave of terror.
Their main motivation seems to be getting coke
and weed for their dance and sex partying out in the desert, but they
like to kill and rape some too.
Will the Federal police agents catch the biker psychos ? 2 unlikeable
moustached cops Javier and Marco, are on the case, 2 machismo cops that
Ha, ha, when watching the gangs mayhem on the news: Marco - "Extremely
dangerous women", Javier - "But, Hot!" - Marco - "Well,
This film had a sequel in 1991 with La Vengeanza de
los Punks. The picture quality was OK, obviously a VHS transfer, and
in a 4:3 fullscreen ratio
Spanish audio with english subtitles