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E. Ray Goodwin,
Jason Jay Crabtree
From the same people who made DRUNKEN WU TANG, and featuring some of the same characters, this is early 80s Hong Kong Kung fu, with blood-drinking demons, giant frogs, flaming fists, giant fire-breathing puppets, and a very surreal mumenchanz-like butt mask Kung Fu fight. Back flips and mayhem, a giant toad with glowing eyes and a tongue that stretches across the room and breaks a table, and a gruesome "walk on the nails" scene. whew.
At one point, the bad says: "Ha Ha Ha!!! I'm evil!!!"
Rat Face(the Drunken Toaist) drinks and fights with gusto, takes a sand shower, and always manages to survive to drink again.
If you like wilfully weird (Lewis Carroll, Salvador Dali, Luis Bunuel) check this one out.
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