Anything with Charlie Cho will be cheap and cheerful
Aimed squarely at the South East Asian market and filmed in Thailand, it concerns the King of the snake monsters who is trying to change into human form. His adversary is Charlie Cho who owns a popular restaurant which specialises in snake soup which cures various health problems such as rheumatism, and the consumption of snake meat has given Charlie lustful urges which he satisfies on a number of local girls.
The King of the snake monster tries to protect his snakes from the restaurant's snake collectors but is defeated by a Taoist priest. However with the help of Charlie's daughter, he is successful in gaining human form and this leads to the final battle with another priest
Poor acting, a cobbled script, low production values, risible special effects ... it reminds me of Australian movies. The extensive use of amateurs in minor speaking roles must have seemed a good idea at the time but their wooden performances are painful to watch
Difficult to believe that it was made in 1999, it is so poor
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