Catman in Lethal Track (1990)

Godfrey Ho.

The Bruno Mattei of Hong Kong.

Making a superhero movie.

It’s about time.

Using the name Alton Cheung, this is the story of Sam and Gus, two dudes just trying to chill and discuss Gus joining the FBI. So when they decide to stip a robbery, of course a radioactive cat scratches Sam and gives all the powers of a cat, which basically entails the ability to scratch up all of the furniture in your house and the need to knock over every drink on the coffee table.

His enemy? Father Cheever, a ponytailed religious zealot who wants to start a utopia.

Look, there’s also another movie about a girl dressed as a man fighting pirates that has nothing at all to do with this movie, sometimes playing all over the story we came here for. Also, who dressed Catman? He’s all in like vinyl dress clothes, like some business guy dressing up for BDSM night at the goth club but he couldn’t find the right sunglasses but found his stepson’s Cyclops mask and said, “I’ll be damned, this completes the look.”

It doesn’t.

There’s also another movie in this series, Catman in Boxer’s Blow, and I have to tell you, I don’t know if I can make it through it. Trust me, I’m going to try.

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