Wu gong zhou

Wu gong zhou

A crazed evil wizard uses his powers to take revenge on beautiful women by making them vomit up live centipedes, which then proceed to eat their victims.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1984
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:wig,   ambulance,   curse,  

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Joel H (gb) wrote: Another classic every Scooby fan should see.

Ben V (fr) wrote: 1 star for Leslie Nielsen

Jim B (de) wrote: Just an awfully bad done movie.

Liy M (de) wrote: What an amazing movie.

Miriana I (gb) wrote: A very odd, yet compelling (and frequently amusing) movie that explores what is good and what is evil. Rated R for intense language. Well worth seeing for what it says about society and our compulsion to make celebrities out of the most innappropriate of characters.

Timothy J (nl) wrote: Not as bad as the ratings would show.

Tyson P (kr) wrote: you get what you expect. zombie sheep. rediculous/hillarious

Ryan G (br) wrote: Great Jack Ryan installment.

Ian C (mx) wrote: Re-watch. Best watched back to back with Coffy. One ridiculous plot. Pam again is stunning and Sid Haig is the balls. That ending nearly killed me as well.

Andy F (ca) wrote: Cushing is as great as ever but this late entry into the Hammer series brings nothing new and is a dull, humourless plod aside from the first few minutes.

Arash B (mx) wrote: Not the weird for the sake of being weird movie that I expected but has many unconventional & absurd moments, Overall fun & funny

Nacho S (br) wrote: Espectacular. Americaaaanos, os recibimos con alegra

Kevin S (it) wrote: Frivolous fluff that was so controversial when it was released in 1964, the Vatican issued a proclamation forbidding Catholics from seeing it. I'm not catholic but I can certainly empathize with the Pope on this one. Sadly, Kiss Me, Stupid seems to do what Hollywood does best, it takes marriage lightly and portrays adultery as romantic and exciting. The script is ridiculous, the jokes are weak and, to top it all off, the original casting of Peter Sellers and Marilyn Monroe ended up being Ray Walston and Barbara Pepper. Sorry Billy Wilder, but even Dean Martin and Kim Novak combined couldn't pull this one out of the crapper.