Also known as The Death Wheelers for some reason, Psychomania came out in 1973 and is a product of the same fog-shrouded British filmmaking tradition that gave us Hammer Films, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and The Wicker Man. This one is, without a doubt, the most boring and least scary horror movie I've ever seen, but despite those flaws it's still remarkably enjoyable. The plot centers around Tom, the leader of a biker gang called the Living Dead. The child of a powerful witch, Tom discovers the key to immortality and drags his enthusiastically with him into an unliving afterlife. It features a pretty fantastic score, great bikes and riding stunts, and some surprisingly good acting from the leads. Check out my Psychomania review here, and make sure to watch the trailer to really get a feel for it.