Five years before MAD MAX, producer/director/co-writer/star Sandy Harbutt – in his first and only feature film – ignited Australia’s exploitation explosion, launched a global censorship battle and delivered what may still be the best biker movie in history: When an undercover cop (Ken Shorter of SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY) infiltrates an outlaw motorcycle gang (led by Harbutt), he’ll straddle 7000 RPM of screaming steel for a full-throttle hell ride through sex, violence, and Down Under vengeance. Hugh Keays-Byrne (Immortan Joe in MAD MAX: FURY ROAD), Helen Morse (PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK), Roger Ward, Vincent Gil and Reg Evans of MAD MAX fame, and members of the Sydney Hells Angels co-star in the “ass-kicking bite of entertainment that delivers on every level” (DVD Drive-In), now featuring an uncut 4K scan from original vault elements supervised by Harbutt himself shortly before his death.
The Making Of STONE
Deleted And Extended Scenes
NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD Extended Interviews
Make Up Tests
Slideshow With Commentary By Director Sandy Harbutt