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Dragon Against Vampire (1985)

Hong tiao jing (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Horror
Black Dragon wields his evil menace, and nobody knows who or what he is until he begins to leave a trail of blood and horror that proves to all that he's a vampire preying on virgins. ... See full summary »

Director:

Lionel Leung

Writer:

Godfrey Ho (as Benny Ho)
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Cast overview:
Elton Chong ... Tony
Carrie Lee Carrie Lee
Martin Kim Martin Kim
Robin See Robin See
Eagle Han
Oliver Cheng Oliver Cheng
Yeong-ran Seo Yeong-ran Seo ... (as Ying-Ying Li)
Roger Wang Roger Wang
Orson Chan Orson Chan
David Ma David Ma
Irene Kong Irene Kong
Paul Cheng Paul Cheng
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Black Dragon wields his evil menace, and nobody knows who or what he is until he begins to leave a trail of blood and horror that proves to all that he's a vampire preying on virgins. Nobody knows how to rid the town of his pestilence, especially since he's endowed with superhuman powers that enable him to quash any foe. But enough is enough, and the town is determined to rise up against him.

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Genres:

Action | Comedy | Horror

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

South Korea | Hong Kong

Language:

Mandarin

Also Known As:

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Is it a DaDA masterpiece?
11 December 2002 | by merylesSee all my reviews

Okay, first of all, this movie confused me so utterly the first ten times i saw it that i had to just keep watching it until it made sense. I wondered (and still do) if the people who dubbed it for release in the US even owned a translation, or if they just made all the dialogue up on the fly. But honestly, DRAGON AGAINST VAMPIRE has EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!! It has a magic kung fu master who scampers around on his hands because he never leaves full lotus position. When we first meet him, he seems to be living underground. There are random flashbacks that are difficult to distinguish from dream sequences or all the other random parts of the movie. There is a fat man who pounds his belly a lot and cooks and eats a dog. Suddenly the waitress' pants fall down. And then they are haunted. Random bad things happen. There are bells and strings on the ground. What's going on? Why are their faces on the billboard? Why is that man trying to beat them up on the side of the road? Good god, is he escaping on top of a giant tortoise or is it a motor-propelled log? What is going on?????????

Anyway, Do you get my drift here? Eventually i understood what it all meant and how it fit together (as you will too, with time and patience), but if you put your intellectual sensibilities aside for just a little while, this is one of the greatest, most nonsensical pieces of cheap cinema ever available for $3.99 at your local five-and-dime (i bought mine at Woolworth's before they went out of business and have never regretted it for a moment!!!!). I strongly recommend this movie to everyone with a good sense of humor, a loose grip on reality, and an alcoholic beverage (or else a peculiar friend who never stops laughing and can speak in funny voices).


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