Directed by: James Hong, William Rice
Actors: James Hong, Karen Witter and Michael Wong
Also known as: L’immortale
Description: On an unnamed island locates a vast vineyard, owned by the well-known winemaker Dr. Poe. Its products attracts the attention of winemakers around the world. But in fact, the doctor is a very old man.
Once, after killing his father, he took his mother nominal talisman of immortality. He holds his mother somewhere in the home. The secret lies not only in the talisman, but in the wine, which he makes himself. The Chinese have their own method – you need to mix wine with the blood of pretty girls …
Review: Finally got around to watching this, and it was awesome! I didn’t find it slow in the least. It’s got it all. Zombies, cheap special effects, gore and severed body parts, terrible ’80s music, a torture dungeon, labyrinthian mansion, cookie cutter characters (the jock, the sinister ‘oriental’, the bookworm, the beauty queen, the thugs), head-shaking plot points (“Hey, look! A bow and arrow laying on the ground just in time for us to off some baddies!”), and one of the most reckless auctions you’ll ever see.
Oh yeah, and Booger’s guru from Revenge of the Nerds II is the director and main character! My one disappointment was with whoever put the “snake in anus” plot point on imdb. I know which part they are talking about but… between you and me… kind of a stretch. See for yourself. But do see it. This is a fun one, for real!