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The Devil's Advocates, led by Adam (Steve Oliver), are one of these
typically mean bikergangs everyone likes to fear. One day, they put up
camp right next to a Satanic church though, and the monks of the church,
led by the One (Severn Darden) prove to be perfect hosts, as they
wine them and dine them without even being asked ... but they also drug
them and then kidnap Adam's girlfriend Helen (D.J.Anderson) to make her
the centerpiece of one of their rituals. Once the Devil's Advocates wake
up from their drugged state, they raid the Satanic church, where Helen is
presently dancing naked on an altar, give the monks a good clobbering and
drive off ... thing is, they suddenly find themselves in the desert, and
can't seem to find their way out, and Tarot (Duece Berry), the cardreader
of the bunch, gets on everybody's nerves by repeatedly stating there's
something wrong ...
Of course, there is really something wrong (besides them being lost in
the desert): During the ritual, Helen has been turned into a werewolf, and
she soon passes the curse on to Adam ... and wouldn't you know it, now
night after night, members of the club start to turn up dead, very dead,
with noone knowing why - even Adam and Helen seem to be oblivious to their
Eventually, Adam decides they have to go back to the Satanic church to
give the monks another good clobbering or something, but then he and Helen
turn into werewolves in everyone's plain sight, and the others throw them
into the fire and destroy them ...
I wonder who came up with that idea ... bikers alone aren't scary
enough, so why not turn them into werewolves ? Then give the film a catchy
title and voilà, you've got the perfect drive-in fare.
Of course, the film does not live up to its great, stupid premise and
its great, stupid title (but how are you going to live up to a title like Werewolves
on Wheels ?) and turns out to be a rather typical low budget biker
movie, with some horror attached for added value (?). But while it's not
the great revelation the title might suggest, it's still a fun trash movie
that you might even enjoy despite (or because of) its shortcomings)
provided you (like me) like this sort of thing ...