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色降II之血玫瑰 (1992)
The Beauty's Evil Roses
Alias: Beauty Evil Rose
Alias: The Beauty's Evil Rose
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Cathay 
Genres: Adult  Horror 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 09/11/1992 - 09/23/1992
Box Office: HK $749,456
  Lam Wah-Chuen
  Chan Hiu-Bing
Martial Arts Director
  You Kuo-Hua
  Yeung Mei-Lai
  Wong Wing-Fong    
  Alex Fong Chung-Sun ... Policeman Cheng
  Tsang Siu-Yin ... Mrs Cheng
  Yeung Chung-Yan    
  Jack Wong Wai-Leung (2)    
  Chu Ben-Ke ... Thug
  Chung Jan-Wang ... Boxer
  Lung Tien-Hsiang ... Taoist
  Huang Kuan-Hsiung ... Policeman
  Woo Dik    
  Chui Seung-Ha    
  Pai Yu-Chen    
  Chuk Ga-Ching ... Policeman
  Fu Feng-Yi    
  Ng Yee-San    
  Chiang Long    
  Tu Chin-Chih    
  Zhan Rong    
  喜而雅電影有限公司 (Hong Kong)
Executive Director
  Lam Wah-Chuen
  Yam Shiu-Ming
Art Director
  Wong Shu-Kwok
  Chow Tak-Yeung   Wong Jing-Cheung
  Chik Yue-Lung
  George Ng Ka-Kui
  Wu Chia-Chun
Production Manager
  Wu Chia-Chun
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  A beautiful stranger, Yan-Hong (who is one of the Roses), wanders into Inspector Liang's office, takes her gear off, then turns him into a zombie-servant of the Evil God. Policeman Cheng tries to get his wife, who is also an Inspector and his boss, in the mood for sex, but she handcuffs him and walks off. Ah-Kong and his sister, Sao Mui, are out for a stroll. Ah-Kong is also trying to stop his lovely wife Mannie from posing for nude modelling. Yan-Hong is arrested by Cheng and is interrogated, then she reports to her superior, the leather-clad Dai-Jeh ("Big Sister"), who practices her evil laugh and hands out a whipping as punishment. Later, a dozy Taoist priest is called in to exorcise the Beauty and her Evil Roses. The priest fails, but lays the groundwork for the final showdown between good and evil.