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Not Rated
Copyright 1997 Hong Kong Connection. (I believe the film was made in the early 80's.)
Reviewed by Andrew Borntreger on 'a long time ago'

The Characters:  

  • (Work with me here, there were NO credits)
  • Cha Le and Jun - Virgin boy who is becoming a monk, she is the girlfriend who won't give it up.
  • Old Devil - Powerful evil spirit, he has this cannonball which spits out mini cannonballs. Rat Face and Cha Le finally defeat him.
  • Rat Face - Alcoholic with a face like some rodent, he uses very powerful Kung Fu though.
  • Granny - Cha Le's grandmother, she is a powerful martial arts witch. I think the actor was a man. Killed by Princess.
  • The Watermelon Monster - This thing is a riot! It's a giant toothed cannonball!
  • Princess - Cult leader, very pretty and her sash is deadly. Ends up enslaved to Old Devil and killed by Cha Le.
  • Fat Chick and Shining Knight - Princess' cultists, Fat Chick has this weird "antenna" hair style.

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The Plot: 

I was entirely unprepared for this movie, it is a confusing but hilarious roller coaster of Kung Fu mayhem! Words can hardly describe the number of crazy kicks, punches, and special weapons you are treated to. And now for the equally absurd plot. Rat Face is tasked with finding a virgin male born on the 15th of August to perform a temple ritual. Cha Le (a virgin born on the 15th of August) is learning the art of being a martial arts using witch from his manly grandmother. He must retrieve the "secret document" from a hidden room, reaching it involves many dangers, and The Watermelon Monster guards the script. Princess and her cult often collect money from people, they can be very violent about not contributing. Old Devil wants the "secret document" to gain more power or something. The situation comes to a head at the temple ceremony where Rat Face and Cha Le must battle Old Devil. Confused? Watching it won't help - but you will be laughing and asking, "What just happened?" over and over (keep the remote handy for rewind). Never in my life have I seen so many people being pulled or suspended by wires, or stuffed dummies being thrown against walls, etc... ...and The Watermelon Monster, who in the heck thought this thing up? You really have to see this movie my friends, even if you don't like fu flicks.

Things I Learned From This Movie: 

  • Kung Fu defies all laws of physics, Einstein knew E=whatever the Shaolin monks decide.
  • Paper is a terrific insulator against fire.
  • Fat women fight by spinning or falling on you.
  • Asian girls say, "I want to cuddle." instead of, "Hump my brains out." but the result is the same.
  • Ladies: don't have sex in your deceased husband's tomb with the new boyfriend.
  • Getting a wine gourd jammed up your ass hurts.
  • Wearing a penis suit does not increase your fighting prowess and is likely to result in bodily harm.
  • Kung Fu requires ventriloquism.
  • People need their teeth in the afterlife.
  • Alcoholics never make it as wine tasters.
  • The Devil is susceptible to being smacked with 4X4's. (As in a piece of wood.)

Stuff To Watch For: 

  • 5 mins - What is this? Some strange wicker bumper car being driven by a drunken rat man?
  • 9 mins - I think granny is a man BABY!
  • 13 mins - What in the world is that thing? (The Watermelon Monster.)
  • 15 mins - He painted hairs on his what? Nevermind...
  • 21 mins - That corpse just slapped the guy's behind!
  • 25 mins - That's a darn big sword.
  • 43 mins - We get the idea, she's communing with the dead, get on with it.
  • 76 mins - They sure like to suspend the actors on wires in this movie.

 Audio clips in wav formatSOUNDSStarving actors speak out 

Green Music Note dwutang1.wav Cha Le: "Wow! The Watermelon Monster!"
Green Music Note dwutang2.wav The Watermelon Monster's annoying screeching. (Imagine this going on for 2 minutes.)
Green Music Note dwutang3.wav Princess: "Who are you?"
Old Devil: "I'm the Devil!"
Green Music Note dwutang4.wav Old Devil: "Give me the book or I'll kill you all."
Monk: "Don't threaten us and get off our roof!"

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The Watermelon Monster! There is so little I can say to accurately describe this creature, let alone this scene.

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Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #1. Posted on February 11, 1999, 12:31:50 PM by
I love this movie. I can't wait to see the other episodes.
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #2. Posted on February 25, 1999, 05:09:36 AM by
You are a f**king king! I thought my two friends and I were the only fans of this flick! 10,000 shout-outs to you for having such great taste! "Old Devil's" origin in the first 2-3 minutes, and subsequent fight scene with Porcupine are the ultimate!
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #3. Posted on March 15, 1999, 10:21:22 AM by Warren H.
This movie is great!  I lauged so hard I was about to barf.  Too bad the rewatchability is on the low side.
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #4. Posted on April 06, 1999, 12:05:45 AM by
If you liked this movie I suggest that you see "Raiders of the Wu-Tang".  The dubbing is just as bad and the premise is rad.  It's about little Liu learning horse style kung fu.  His two uncles,(the crippled masters)guide him through training all the while sporadically fighting for no apparent reason.  Einsteins law of relativity also applies to this movie.
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #5. Posted on June 05, 2002, 12:08:17 PM by N.Y.O.B
this movie SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #6. Posted on July 18, 1999, 06:16:20 PM by Tinker
Now that the guys who made these Wu Tang features
have re-released their films on video, I actually
found a copy of the movie on this site that I
thought would be THE hardest to find, based on
what I saw in the review.  Awesome!  You know,
this film actually made me more nauseous than the
gore subgenre films here.  I really don't know
why; maybe all those people spinning ar
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #7. Posted on September 20, 1999, 01:50:06 PM by
     If you all liked Drunken Wutang then I'd suggest checking out Gods of Wutang.  (I think that the title is right...)  Anyways, Ratface and the Cherryboy come back again, this time to fight a guy named Monster and his evil Fighting Toad!  Granny comes back too..!  BTW, check out Devil and Cherryboy closely, cuz I think Devil is the father and Cherryboy is the son.  Kudos on a great review for a wonderfully slapstick movie!
Drunken Wu Tang
Reply #8. Posted on November 30, 1999, 04:11:17 PM by
All the wu tang movies except for shaolin and wu tang are all phonies ya'll.  The films are actually old kung fu flicks with their tiles renamed.  I am totally certain.  I trade kung fu films and if anyone wants to trade please contact me at for a trade.
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