Hooded Angels

Theatrical Release: November 26, 2002
DVD Release: November 26, 2002
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Synopsis

It is the dawn of the Wild West in Silver Creek. The Civil War is winding down and chaos is rampant in this new land.

A gang of beautiful but deadly women have unleashed vengeance upon the society tht failed to protect them, robbing banks and destroying everything in their path. A posse is sent after these masked raiders, not knowing whom they are chasing nor the fate that will await them – for bringing these female vigilante’s to justice will unleash a surprising past and a new future for all.

Dove Review

A bunch of women who have been brutilized by the autrocities comitted by men at the end of the Civil War set out on a quest of revenge towards society that they see as totally unfair. Along the way, they rob banks, kill people, and have total disregard for the laws of the land. Like many westerns, this one is filled with fights, bar scenes, drinking and the wild ways of the the wild west. For adult audience that don’t mind graphic violence, foul language, sex and nudity, this film has much to offer. This film is well deserving of the R rating. It is filled with blood, murders, revenge, sex and nudity. There is nothing Angelic about Hooded Angels.

Content Description

Crude Language: Several (15) times Mild 2, moderate 13.Obscene Language: Several (4) S-word and F-wordProfanity: Few (6) regular G-D. 1 for C_sake.Violence: Many times - Graphic (many gunfights with blood flying, man hits woman, 2 men fighting bare fisted, woman hits women.Sexual Intercourse: Few times: Man and women in bed, naked a few times. Man and woman take each others clothes off. Sex implied.Nudity: Bare breasts shown, Women in bath, Man and woman in bed naked.Homosexual Conduct: Lesbian affair shown, two women kiss.Drug Abuse: Drinking and smoking.

Info

Company: Monarch Home Entertainment
Director: Paul Matthews
Producer: Elizabeth Matthews and Paul Matthews
Genre: Western
Runtime: 95 min.
Industry Rating: R
Starring: Chantell Stander, Paul Johansson, Amanda Donohoe, Steven Bauer and Gary Busey
Reviewer: Dave Lukens