Kim Bok-Nam lives on an island. Her life is worse than that of a slave. She’s being abused and humiliated by her husband and the rest of the island’s population. Eventually, her tragic life will leave her no other option than to revolt.
Mess with the gas, get a nasty rash.
The Battle of Stalingrad during World War II didn’t exactly go down as we were taught from the history books. According to the diary of a lunatic German soldier, the Russians performed biochemical genocide with a secret weapon. Napalm made sure all traces of the event were erased. But what was never meant to be, will rise again. Not all evidence was destroyed and something is about to leak in a Bulgarian munitions warehouse, eight storeys down below the earth.
It’s like my mother’s “clean out the fridge” soup: a bit of everything.
A bunch of martial arts experts are taking a pleasure cruise on a leaky boat owned by Hazel Buck (Hope Holiday) and captained by Captain Harry Dodds (Cameron Mitchell). Meanwhile, Thomas Speer (Ralph Lombardi) and his hoods are trading topless women for jade to a cannibalistic order of monks – who actually wear hoods – that is headed by head monk (Vic Diaz) on Warrior’s Island. Eventually, everyone ends up on Warrior’s Island and the dead are raised leading to a huge battle between the martial arts tourists, the slavers, the cannibalistic monks, and warrior zombies.
No, I’m not making this up, simply trying to summarize it.
The Night Of The Hunter
When a cruise ship wrecks not far from a remote island, three passengers manage to safely reach the shore. They are treated with a warm welcome by Count Zaroff, the owner of the island. It won’t take long before the three guests realize that surviving the shipwreck, was only the easy part of their ordeal.