Directed by William F. McGaha
When Society Turned Against Him… He Made His Own Society! With a religious fanatic for a father, the last thing “J.C.” wanted was to follow in his footsteps. To escape his background, he becomes the leader of a motorcycle gang. Then one night, while tripping on drugs with his gang, a vision convinces “J.C.” that he possesses unique spiritual powers. He preaches a sermon asking for followers to go West with him, but they get no further than his home town before violence and death explode in a confrontation between the “establishment” and the “prophet.” A story of rebellion, “J.C.” is the dynamic portrait of social unrest, caused by a generation torn by conflicting values… with white against black, young against old and culture against subculture, it recalls an age of total upheaval. William F. McGaha (The Speed Lovers) starred, co-wrote, produced and directed this cult classic biker movie. “J.C.” co-stars Joanna Moore (Countdown), Burr DeBenning (The Incredible Melting Man), Pat Delaney (The Bat People) and the great Slim Pickens (The Getaway, Blazing Saddles, Dr. Strangelove).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
4K Restoration from the Original Camera Negative
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