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*Origin of the expression "roaring rampage of revenge," later referenced and popularized by The Bride's opening monologue in [http://www.tarantino.info Quentin Tarantino]'s ''Kill Bill Volume 2''.
 
*Origin of the expression "roaring rampage of revenge," later referenced and popularized by The Bride's opening monologue in [http://www.tarantino.info Quentin Tarantino]'s ''Kill Bill Volume 2''.
  
*Originally titled ''The Hunt'', [[:Category:Roger Corman|Roger Corman]] retitled it to fit into his ''Angels'' series.  This is despite the fact that there are no bikers in the film and the word ''angels'' is never spoken in the film.
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*Originally titled ''The Hunt'', [[:Category:Roger Corman|Roger Corman]] retitled it to fit into his ''Angels'' series.  This is despite the fact that the bikers are not Hell's Angels and the word ''angels'' is never spoken in the film.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:57, 4 December 2019

  • Referenced in the White Zombie (Rob Zombie's former band) song "Super-Charger Heaven." "Bury me an angel, God, I need some inspiration."
  • Origin of the expression "roaring rampage of revenge," later referenced and popularized by The Bride's opening monologue in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill Volume 2.
  • Originally titled The Hunt, Roger Corman retitled it to fit into his Angels series. This is despite the fact that the bikers are not Hell's Angels and the word angels is never spoken in the film.
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