Angels Die Hard (1970), written and directed by Richard Compton, features a motley gang of hippie bikers, living life, raising hell and, on occasion, reading poetry. When one of their own is bumped off in a suspicious manner, possibly involving the local police, tensions mount and, eventually, all hell breaks loose. Clearly inspired by the huge success of the independent film ‘Easy Rider’ (1969), Angels Die Hard is an enjoyable ‘grind-house’ film. Unseen in its original format since its first release, Thunderbean is happy to present this film from a newly scanned, rare and somewhat worn original 35mm theatrical print, with digital cleanup and color correction. BDR disc.