Quincey, M.E. – “Next Stop Nowhere” (1982) The PUNK Episode
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on July 13, 2016
Just found this movie that I had only seen wild pictures of in my search for punksploitation classics. Pretty fuckin’ awesome! The leader of the gang ‘Tarzan’ rocks a fully studded face mask ‘n leads a motley crew of motorcycle ridin’ 30-something Mexicans with eye makeup, mustaches, ‘n multicolored poodle mohawks, sportin’ names like ‘Pirate’ & ‘Caligula’. They ride around robbin’ ‘n pillagin’ to afford the pot ‘n snow that fuels their all-night desert orgies of fightin’ ‘n fuckin’. All this and a hard drivin’ theme song by Three Souls In My Mind. What’s not to like?!
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on March 28, 2011
Wild British rockers Scum Of The Earth trash a hotel room ‘n play a rowdy concert.
They look more like Cheap Trick than the Sex Pistols.
Here’s a clip of the best part so you won’t have to sit through the whole show.
You will have to sit through a 30 sec commercial, sorry.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on February 22, 2011
“When Kirk and Spock are traveling on a public bus, they encounter a punk rocker blaring his music on a boom box, to the discomfort of everyone around him. Spock takes matters into his own hands and performs a Vulcan nerve pinch. Part of the inspiration for the scene came from Nimoy’s personal experiences with a similar character on the streets of New York; “[I was struck] by the arrogance of it, the aggressiveness of it, and I thought if I was Spock I’d pinch his brains out!” On learning about the scene, Kirk Thatcher, an associate producer on the film, convinced Nimoy that he could play the role; he shaved his hair into a mohawk and bought clothes to complete the part. Credited as “punk on bus”, Thatcher wrote and recorded “I Hate You”, the song in the scene, and it was his idea to have the punk—rendered unconscious by the pinch—hit the stereo and turn it off with his face.” – Wikipedia
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on January 17, 2011
Johnny Depp goes deep cover in a Discharge shirt, plaid bondage pants, ‘n a dangly earring to catch the suburban hoodlum gang the Klean Kut Kids. A fake punk band lip syncs to Agent Orange. Johnny does a speaker dive to gain the respect of the punkers.
Classic Tee-Vee Punksploitation!
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on January 16, 2011