Monster of the Day #228 Updated on April 6, 2011 By Ken Begg 14 Comments OK, bonus points for this one. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1571 (May 26, 2017) Monster of the Day #1570 (May 25, 2017) Monster of the Day #1569 (May 24, 2017) Monster of the Day #1568 (May 23, 2017) Monster of the Day #1567 (May 22, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net 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. Ken Begg Score! Lorne on the board. Cullen 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? Sandy Petersen 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!