Rare and obscure HK horror has some points of interest but not enough to allow it to emerge as a lost classic. The nudity and grue are plentiful, and it's also nice to see a prelude of a hopping vampire/ghost prior to Sammo's SPOOKY ENCOUNTERS and Ricky Lau's MR. VAMPIRE. The special effects are terribly primitive, but likewise in abundance. Despite some dramatic moments and a stellar turn from Lo Lieh, the film is just as exploitative as its title suggests. What had originally enticed me, though, was the action part of the film. After all, the actors playing Rocky, Colt, and Tum-Tum (see the list) are all black belts. Yep, even the ten-year-old! So if you're looking for spills, not kills, and amusement park thrills, rent this today!
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