Taiwanese/Chinese title: E JIANG [Crocodile] also known as
LUNG TAM DAI NGOK [Crocodile Monster
starring: Chan Kwok-kwong
Wo Tin goes from Hong Kong to Thailand for business, he becomes sexually
involved with a young Thai woman who inadvertently leads him into a
crocodile cult. After infected with a deadly curse, Wo Tin calls for
his father, a ghost hunter (played by Kwan Hoi San), to fight against
the evil priest who leveled the spell. Seemingly, it all has to do with
the mad sorcerer's attempt to secure a bracelet necessary to strengthen
his Caiman black magic.
here is an English subtitled print of this notorious film, popularized
through the years by its eye-popping visuals (even though most Western
viewers had no idea what the story actually entailed). Filmmaker Tu
Wen-po [sometimes To Man-po] began his career as an actor and stuntman
in the late '60s. He directed only a handful of movies, most of which
would be categorized in the Weird Asia genre [i.e., BLACK
MAGIC CURSE, 1975]. He would be active in
the HK/Taiwanese film market until 1988. This is his final credit before
Taiwanese/HK film, with optional English subtitles, uncut, 83 min, fullscreen,
encoded for ALL REGION, playable on any American DVD machine.
Extras includes selected trailers.
Violence, Nudity, Sexual Situations
for Mature Audiences