Downtown Vegas; the joint is swingin’, but for go-go gals Melody and Satana it’s just another night in the life. Another night of gravel faced drunks howling and leering, conventioneers and salesmen groping and pawing, and a boss worse than all of ‘em. A night like all the rest… only tonight’s the night the target shoots back. With a devilishly daring plan, Melody and Satana clean out the club in a fiery blaze, accidentally pulling naive newcomer, Sindy, into the fray. The three hit the highway and head for better days.
Gettin’ took for $160 grand doesn’t sit too well with lecherously eccentric boss-man, Rock Bottom, who sends the club’s unofficial security force, The Lords Motorcycle Gang, to get it back. Meanwhile, the girls’ car breaks down in the middle of the desert, just 66 miles from their new lives south of the border. Pursued by the law and the lawless, and now trapped in a small desert town run by a predatory Sheriff, their chances are getting mighty slim. Their only hope…a kindly mechanic, Zezo, who offers to help, putting his young son and wheelchair bound father at risk in the process.
As the stakes get higher, tensions mount and hidden motivations become clearer. It all comes down to a violent, late night showdown with The Lords – will our fleeing femmes make it out alive?
In the spirit of classics such as The Wild One, Touch of Evil and Faster Pussycat Kill Kill, Satana is a stylistic homage to the classic go-go gal/outlaw biker films of the 50′s and 60′s, belted, buckled & booted for a new generation. A tense crime thriller with a rock n’ roll sneer.