Angel’s Revenge


Witness the triumphant return of MONDO SCIENCE THEATER 3000 MONTH, unleashing a bevy of bad movie classics featured on everyone’s favorite TV show set in the “not too distant future”…

“They’ll blow you away!” A squadron of semi-trained female avengers in form-fitting jumpsuits and feathered hair battle a syndicate of ruthless drug pushers in this enjoyably idiotic action flick that gleefully rips-off Charlie’s Angels in all of its skin-tight, bra-busting, disco-thumping, hair-flipping, karate-chopping glory.

“A trashy, disco-packed chuck of hokum that feels like a female revenge fantasy filtered through an episode of Three’s Company.” – Mondo Digital

In Angels’ Brigade (which was memorably roasted on MST3K under the title Angels’ Revenge), a sultry Vegas disco singer named Michelle (Playboy Playmate Susan Kiger, star of H.O.T.S.) decides it’s time to get back at the drug pushers who hooked her little brother on “the junk.” Leaving her clumsily-choreographed and badly lip-synched disco act behind her, Michelle gathers six tough and sexy female friends of various backgrounds and skills (Black stunt driver! Asian karate expert! Hispanic ex-junkie fashion model who can pout on cue!), and together they form the Angels’ Brigade, a group of spandex-clad avengers who bumble their way into an adventure involving the mafia, a right-wing militia group, those nasty drug dealers and both Mr. Howell AND the Skipper from Gilligan’s Island! Bouncing though jaw-dropping music montages, fighting crime from their white, windowless super van (equipped with lasers and rockets!), and arguing about who’s prettier, these lethal ladies must also battle a veritable who’s-who of washed-up actors from the 1960s, including Jack Palance, Peter Lawford, Neville Brand, Pat Buttram (Mr. Haney from Green Acres!), and Jim Backus and Alan Hale (they escaped from Gilligan’s Island for this????). Absolutely terrible in all the right ways, Angels’ Brigade is another winning exercise in cinematic insanity from the director of Satan’s Cheerleaders and Joysticks. Angels Unite! (Dir. by Greydon Clark, 1979, USA, 96 mins., Rated PG)

Mondo Mondays RAFFLE 2018

VH-YES! Each month at Mondo Mondays in 2018 we’ll be holding a free raffle for an exclusive, one-of-a-kind prize: an old-school VHS case with original Mondo Mondays cover art designed by Tucson artist Ben Mackey! There’ll be new cover art every month, and each case will include a fabulous mystery VHS tape! Collect ‘em all! You must attend EVERY Mondo movie of the month in order to enter, and only one lucky winner will be selected at the final screening of each month. A special punch card will be provided to keep track of your attendance. And remember … please be kind and rewind.