coproduction is bizarre, odd, outlandish and awful on many, many levels.
The disjointed plot deals with a gang of outlaws who prey on weak farming
villages, usually waiting for the menfolk to migrate to the fields. The
outlaws raid the impoverished community, rape the woman, steal any valuables
and slaughter everybody. After one such raid, a victimized husband seeks
supernatural help and becomes indebted to the gargantuan snake warrior
who eventually challenges another giant (King) Kong in a death match.
Meanwhile, the village is also under attack by monstrous translucent serpent.
Very little is known
about this wildly inept martial-arts monster movie. It was produced in
Taiwan with some footage shot in Samoa. The director reportedly also made
a film called Innocent Nymphs which dealt with 'forbidden' religious
rituals of a primitive jungle tribe. Oi Wai Nai (upper left pic) starred
in both movies.
coproduction, Chinese language with English subtitles; fullscreen format
(4:3), uncut (92 minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT;
extras include selected theatrical trailers.
recommended for Mature Audiences