The Vintagent Selects: A collection of our favorite films by artists around the world.


Run Time: 40:00
Producer: BBC
Photography: John Howarth
Key Cast: The Outcasts MC


“Following in the wonderful spirit of the legendary Cane Toads comes this documentary detailing the life and grime of a motorcycle gang from East Anglia calling themselves The Outcasts.  Made by the BBC as a one-off TV programme in 1985, it is undoubtedly one of the finest, most insane things I have ever had the pleasure of watching… this is not something that is available on DVD.” Read more at


I (Corinna, The Vintagent’s Curator of Film) am pretty sure the review of this documentary on is one of the greatest things I’ve ever read, and so I’m simply directing you, dear readers straight to the source for character and plot outline, obsessive screenshots, things to watch for, as well as:

Things I Learned From This Movie:
– When a woman wants to state her intentions, she will smear carburetor fluid on her thighs.
– Embalmers are indecisive creatures.
– Torn leather pouches from rubbish bins are surprisingly expensive to buy.
– When creating a gang outside of society, make sure the rules are incomparably harsher.
– Be wary of any pub containing weight lifting equipment.

PLEASE read the full review and additional commentary on this film directly at the source that gave it 4 out of 5 slimes. –