A mad scientist transfers his mind to a wicked robot, which then embarks on a program of kidnaping, rape and murder, during which a female detective is killed. To fight the robot, the police woman's corpse is then made into a robotrix...
|叶子楣 (Amy Yip)||饰||Anna|
|青山知可子 (Chikako Aoyama)||饰||Linda|
|吴大维 (David Wu)||饰||Joe Chow|
|周比利 (Billy Chow)||饰||Sakamoto's Robot|
|Golden Harvest Company|
|发行公司||Spike Co. Ltd. (2001) (DVD) (Japan)|
|Golden Harvest Home Entertainment (1991) (Video) (Hong Kong)|
|Mediumrare Entertainment (2013) (DVD) (United Kingdom)|
|Tokyo Shock (2002) (DVD) (United States)|
|Shochiku Home Video (1991) (VHS) (Japan)|
|Tai Seng Video Marketing (1999) (DVD) (United States)|
- The sex scenes here were re-enacted by Matthew See, a Chinese man and Karen Gillan, a white woman.
- One reviewer remarked the film largely feels like the plot was written on the back of a cigarette packet with the details filled in as the filmmakers went, and from the sounds of cast member Vincent Lyn's comment to Richard Myers in Myers' book "Great Martial Arts Movies: From Bruce Lee to Jackie Chan -- and More." that's not an unfair description. "Now that was one wild shoot. The cast and crew were all over the place and you were lucky to find out what you were doing before the cameras rolled. I spent more time laughing on the set than anything else," he said.
- This erotic R-rated thriller is notable for a Hong Kong film on general release in featuring frequent female full-frontal nudity, and is particularly notable for a scene of brief full-frontal male nudity (of Hong Kong Chinese actor Chung Lin, playing the robot version of Japanese scientist Ryuichi Yamamoto), as it is perhaps the first time in Hong Kong cinema that a Chinese adult male's private parts have been fully revealed on camera in a film for general release.