The sick, twisted minds behind Horror Remix, the hosts of the mini horror film festival that cut out everything but the good parts from cheesy '70s and '80s monster movies and slasher flicks, are bringing some very obscure biker flicks to the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson tonight.
Horror Remix's "Road Rash" show celebrates all things biker at 9 p.m. at the movie theater. Admission is free because you really can't pay anyone to watch some of these stinkers.
The night will feature clips from a bunch of rare motorcycle movies that skirt the edge between true horror and true comedy such as Werewolves on Wheels, Psychomama, Sleazy Rider and Northville Cemetery Massacre. The two main features of the night include the 1988 biker slasher Nightmare Beach directed by Ghosthouse's Umberto Lenzi and the Spanish exploitation film Mad Foxes, which isn't a horror film until you realize you're spending a couple of hours sitting in a movie theater watching it.
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