This is about a kung fu space cat fighting an interstellar blob and it was directed by the dude who did Riki-Oh; how do you THINK this is gonna go down?
Yes, Pretty Woman is a big piece of crap, but it's also, in many ways, a perfect CAT III outing. This is not CAT III's finest, but it could well be the most CAT III CAT III movie ever made.
Don't let the fact that this is not as obnoxious and mean-spirited as the usual CAT III girl gang fare put you off. It's Now or Never is by far the best of the sub-genre.
For a film that shares its leads with the amazing Man from Hong Kong, Queen's Ransom is a pretty dull movie. It does, however, feature a scene where George Lazenby throws a rock at a woman then punches her to death. So I guess there's that.
You know what? I just don't feel Mondo Exploito has truly kicked things off in a new year until there's a Chow Yun Fat post.
Man, I just can't get enough of Future Cops aka Super School Overlord (1993) — Wong Jing's loving Street Fighter tribute/rip-off.
Though not nearly as offensive as Category III's more famous shockers, Devil's Woman contains one ridiculous and repulsive scene worthy of a jaw drop.
So I know I've used Mondo Exploito's Clip of the Week articles as a bit of an outlet for my love of horrible English speaking actors appearing in Asian films and I've absolutely bombarded you with clips, but I really do think this one takes the cake.
Diary of a Serial Killer is only interested in getting two things out of its audience: titillation and revulsion. It achieves both with admirable success.
In this post are two clips that heinously misrepresent the vast majority of Future Cops. They are action-packed, shot rather well, and most likely not directed by Wong Jing.