"Boast Riders

Films: Psychomania (1973)

Alias: Tom Latham, various others

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: If you had a strong urge to run over those obnoxious biker gangs treating the road like they own it, we recommend that you don't see this movie, otherwise you might get thoughts of homicide. Either way, screw these guys.

History: Even before his family helped him open up to Satanism, Tom Latham was a major stain on society, leading his motorcycle gang into committing all kinds of atrocities. Now to make matters worse, he's figured out the key to immortality, that which being that if you simply believe that you will come back, suicide is a free option. So he does, and now he's got a bunch of followers hoping to achieve the same thing.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Tom tries to convince his girlfriend to join in, but she's reluctant to live forever. Bad timing really, as a nearby ritual undoes Tom and his gang's immortality, turning them all to stone.

Powers/Abilities: Indestructible after the first death.

Weakness: Magic interference.

Scariness Factor: 4-No doubt about it, these wankers are the worst biker gangs have to offer. If Johnny Blaze got wind of these cretins' shenanigans, he'd have them sent to Hell in a heartbeat. For us mortals, stay away.

Trivia: -This film is also known as "The Death Wheelers". No relation to the Wheelers of Oz.

-One of the most dangerous biker gangs to be part of the 1% are the Hells Angels. This nationwide terror is a mainly white crime syndicate known for drug dealing and prostitution. While some have gone on record saying that they don't like crime, there's a lot of evidence to the contrary.

Image Gallery

If they met the Wheelers from Oz, the undead would be running for the hills.

I'd lay off the drugs, even after coming back from Hell.

Initiation rituals can get worse than this. One involves bullet ant gloves. No, really.

Soon, their noses start itching.