An evil succubus is preying on libidinous black men in New York City, and all that stands in her way is a minister-in-training, an aspiring actor, and a cop who specializes in cases involving the supernatural.
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Leonard L. Thomas
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A gorgeous temptress who is a succubus in disguise is murdering African American men in New York City. It is up to Joel, a young man training to be a minister, his friend K who is an actor, and a cop who investigates supernatural activity to stop her.Written by
Samuel L. Jackson and Bill Nunn (both graduates of Morehouse College in Atlanta) appeared in several movies together directed by fellow Morehouse alum Spike Lee. They include: "School Daze" (1988) "Do The Right Thing" (1989) "Mo Betta Blues" (1990) Bill would go on to appear in another Spike Lee joint, "He Got Game". See more »
You can see the strings on the stockings when lady is magically putting them on her leg. See more »
New York is wild - nothing seems normal - everything seems out of place.
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Performed by Paul Laurence
Written by Janice Dempsey, James McKinney, Darryl Dash, Lou Humphries
Produced by Paul Laurence for StoneJones Productions, Inc.
Co-Produced by DLA for StoneJones Productions, Inc. See more »
Though I'm not sure if that's a badge of honor or not. Lloyd Kaufman (Mr. Troma himself) says in an intro video to the movie, that this is the best movie Troma has done ... ever. That might be saying more about the other movies than this one I guess ... But seriously though, I remember this from the first time I watched it and when I did re-watch it recently it did not age that badly. Especially if you consider the fact that it has no budget and many things that were "in" in the 80s, but look ridiculous now!
Don't be fooled by Samuel L. Jacksons face on the cover. Yes he is in the movie, but of course not really that much. The star of the movie is someone else. The dialogue seems crazy at times, but one particular dialogue is almost enough to rate this a "10" (no I haven't but the scene is really hilarious!) -> Reply being "we've got to do all that ...". You'll know it, when you hear it! I'm looking forward to listen to the audio commentary.
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