Boys: Jeremy Slate, Ross Hagen, Harry Dean Stanton, Ronnie Rondell Jr.
Cyclist Double Bill
The New York Times, October 24, 1968
TWO reels of celluloid junk called “The Mini-Skirt Mob” and “Angels From Hell” unwound in succession yesterday on a circuit theater double bill.
Both American International packages transparently pay awed tribute to a motorcycle gang, a repulsive roundup of young humanity. “Angels” simply gathers-up some stale leftovers from the film company’s other cycle sagas, as the gorillas and their girls wallow around in a suburban shack and wage war on helpless civilians and the local police. As the gang leader, Tom Stern somehow manages to suggest that he might do very well in another picture.
“The Mini-Skirt Mob” is simply a monotonous exercise in sadism, as a bunch of girl cyclists and their male partner torment a honeymooning couple. “Mini-Skirt” is sickening. “Angels” is merely dull.