Female Convict Scorpion DVD

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About Female Convict Scorpion DVD

In Female Convict Scorpion, a ruthless pack of thugs force mild-mannered Nami to murder her fiance's sister, ruining her pending marriage and landing the poor girl in the most brutal of women's prisons. Inside the hellblocks, she decides to stop being the victim, becoming more vicious and stronger than the craziest of inmates!

Spoken Languages: Cantonese, English subtitles.


  • Publisher: TOKYO SHOCK
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Chinese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 103
  • Release Date: 4/12/2011
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

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Not Quite "Scorpion" But Still Packs Quite a Sting

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What we have here is a Hong Kong reboot of the "Female Scorpion" series created by manga artist Tohru Shinohara, under the name "Sasori". While it doesn't possess the same exact grit and the ancient Japanese undertones the immortal Meiko Kaji version did, "Convict" does hold its own with its Chinese-style filmmaking, such as the fading-in-and-outs and use of slow-motion during a cinematic moment during an action scene. Plus, it has one of (if not THE) most craziest attacks I've seen in any movie where the protagonist rips the tumor out of one prisoner's head and shoves it into her attacker's. Pure gold.

Nonetheless, don't expect anything as good as the 70's gems but give it a watch if you're a fan of Hong Kong airborne-flying martial arts.