Monster of the Day #228

OK, bonus points for this one.

  • jzimbert

    Curse you, dragons! No means no!

  • lorne leroi

    Ah yes, Eddie Murphy in a movie that can’t quite decide what it wants to be–hip (for the time, 1986) comedy or wild asian fantasy…

    And yet I really enjoy that movie. Especially Charlotte Lewis.

  • Score! Lorne on the board.

  • Beaten again. My sad, sad lot in life.

    Used to love this flick as a kid, but as an adult Murphy’s character grates with me a bit too much. How much evidence do you need again before believing in the supernatural?

  • monoceros4

    “How much evidence do you need again before believing in the supernatural?”

    Nine seasons and two movies wasn’t quite enough in one famous case.

  • Rock Baker

    Never saw this. Nothing in the photo tells me I really missed anything, whatever it was. It would seem snake women movies are a genre I realy need to brush up on. What’s tomorrow’s pic going to be from? Curse of the Cobra Woman? Crypt of Dark Secrets?

  • The Rev.

    I liked the final form of the bad guy in this. It stayed with me for years. I did not remember this lady, though, until I realized what movie it was from. To be fair, I don’t think I’ve seen this since college. I liked it better when I was younger.

  • Ericb

    We should be getting something from Sssssss!oon.

  • Kirk

    Rock – you really should check this one out. It was a fun film. Sort of Beverly HIlls Cop meets Saturday afternoon Kung Fu films.

  • Tork_110

    Why couldn’t they put the snake part on the top and the lady part on the bottom?

  • Because her little “love bites” would kill you stone dead. Anyway, snakes have internal fertilization – what are you worried about?

  • Rock Baker

    I suppose I could keep my eyes open for it. What’s the title, anyway?

  • The Rev.

    Rock: It’s called The Golden Child.

  • Rock Baker

    Thanks, Rev!