This title was featured in a tribute to
Albert Victor Adamson
SATAN'S SADISTS (1969, 86 minutes): Widely dubbed the Citizen Kane of biker flicks and deservedly so. Ordinary folk are brutalized by a gang of seven riders who've named themselves after the Prince of Darkness and try their darndest to live up to the rep. First, they rob a guy and take turns diddling his girlfriend, although she doesn't seem to MIND all that much. After killing them both, it's time for dinner, so the gang rumbles into a secluded roadside cafe to fill their stomachs and raise even more hell. In so doing, the gang's malevolent leader Anchor (subtly acted by Russ Tamblyn) executes two diners and the owner for sassing him. The cafe's dingy waitress (Jackie Taylor) and her Marine hero (Scott Brady) are able to overpower their attackers and escape into the desert where they're hunted by the homicidal motorcycle maniacs for the rest of the picture.
Notables: Four breasts. 15 corpses. Waitress licking. Reefer madness. Scalding coffee to the face. Force feeding. Rattlesnake necktie. Russian roulette.
Quotables: Tracy has goals, "I don't want to be a waitress all my life. I want to be somebody ... I've got to get to a big city and meet somebody important and get married." Anchor knows how to let a gal down easy, "Love? What do you know about love? You're good for one thing and one thing only. And you know something, now that I think about it, you're not even so good for that anymore. You ain't nothing anymore to me baby ... you're just nothing but a piece of dead meat."
Time codes: Acid reads from "Pot: How to Plant, Cultivate, Harvest, Cure, Prepare -- Enjoy" (8:42). Fallen biker babe Gina (Regina Carrol) tries to seduce her man with a table dance (23:55). Anchor gets heavy, man (32:35). "We secretly laced their coffee with LSD" (1:07:10).