In a nutshell:
Three thrill-seeking go-go dancers murder and pillage their way through the California desert.
Superwomen! Belted, buckled and booted!
'I never try anything. I just do it. And I don't beat clocks, just people! Wanna try me?'
'I'm of legal age for whiskey, voting and loving. Now the next election is two years away, and my love life ain't getting much better, so how about some of that one-hundred-percent!'
The film opens with a tongue in cheek public service announcement-style monologue by our narrator on the dangers of a new breed of violent women, who disguise their evil through the mantle of sex.
We are introduced to three of these dangerous women go-go dancing and racing cars in the desert, led by Varla (Tura Satana).
They encounter a young couple consisting of a naïve boy racer and his submissive, bikini-clad girlfriend. Once the boy makes the mistake of provoking Varla after losing a race, she snaps his neck in half.
The girls arrive at a gas station where they are made aware of a crippled local resident who has a small fortune stashed away in his home. Together, they hatch a plan to get their hands on that cash using any means necessary.
Written by: Rory O'Donnell