Sneha Girap (Editor)

Northville Cemetery Massacre

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
6.4/101 Votes Alchetron
6.4
1 Ratings
100
90
80
70
61
50
40
30
20
10
Rate This

Rate This

Initial DVD release  October 31, 2006
Duration  
Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Action, Drama
Music director  Michael Nesmith
Country  United States
Northville Cemetery Massacre movie poster
Director  William Dear Thomas L. Dyke
Release date  March 1976 (1976-03)
Writer  William Dear (screenplay), Thomas L. Dyke (screenplay), Jim Pappas (screenplay), Phil Nyus (additional dialogue), Robert H. Dyke (additional dialogue), James King (additional dialogue)
Directors  William Dear, Thomas L. Dyke
Cast  David Hyry (Chris), J. Craig Collicut (Putnam (as Craig Collicott)), Carson Jackson (Deke), Jan Sisk (Lynn), Herb Sharples (John Tyner), Len Speck (Armstrong)
Similar movies  Naked Angels (1969), Wild Rebels (1967), Hells Belles, Satans Sadists (1969), Angels Wild Women (1972)
Tagline  Riding the Dream ... until law and order went berserk!

Northville cemetery massacre 1976 trailer cannon films


Northville Cemetery Massacre is a 1976 outlaw biker film written and directed by William Dear and Thomas L. Dyke. Nick Nolte did an uncredited voice over for the film's lead actor, David Hyry.

Contents

Northville Cemetery Massacre movie scenes

Plot

Northville Cemetery Massacre wwwgstaticcomtvthumbdvdboxart48137p48137d

An outlaw motorcycle club commits illegal acts, but only to make a point against police corruption. They are normally law-abiding, even going so far as to help an elderly couple whose car stops running. When a police officer rapes a woman, he frames the crime on the bikers. The town's citizens attack the gang in revenge, leading to a battle.

Production

Northville Cemetery Massacre Northville Cemetery Massacre 1976 IMDb

William Dear asked Michael Nesmith to compose the film's music and Nesmith agreed. The film's crew was unable to pay him, but he composed the music for free. The author Steven Puchalski referred to the film as the "perfect funeral wreath to the biker movie phenomenon". It was filmed using 16 mm film.

Reception

Northville Cemetery Massacre The Northville Cemetery Massacre 1976 Trailer Color 220 mins

Bill Gibron, writing for DVD Verdict, said, "amid all its gory, blood-soaked brazenness, there's a message about personal and public perspective that is awfully hard to miss". Scott Weinberg, of DVD Talk, said, "Highly recommended to anyone who's old enough to remember and appreciate this type of low-budget, down & dirty, occasionally terrible but entirely watchable genre fare."

Northville Cemetery Massacre Northville Cemetery Massacre Lord Please Make Me Happy 2 YouTube

A TV Guide review said, "Unimaginatively directed and too bloody for words".

Home media

Northville Cemetery Massacre Severed Cinema Horror Movie Reviews Cult Obscure Movie Reviews

The film was released on VHS under Northville Cemetery Massacre, as well as Freedom R.I.P. and Harley's Angels. It was released on DVD in 2006 with three commentaries, behind the scenes pictures, previous film posters, three film trailers, and biographies. The DVD is the 30th Anniversary Director's Cut.


Northville Cemetery Massacre The Agitation of the Mind WINTER OF DISCONTENT Northville Cemetery

References

Northville Cemetery Massacre Wikipedia
Northville Cemetery Massacre IMDb Northville Cemetery Massacre themoviedb.org


Similar Topics
William Dear
Aaghaat
The Girl from Parma
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L