The villain of this 1988 Indonesian shocker is a slutty goddess called the Queen of the South Sea who harbors a gonad-munching eel up her lady parts. This limits her romantic life to one-night stands, and when a hunky hookup with fast reflexes denies the eel its accustomed snack, she swears vengeance upon on his great-granddaughter. A century later the Queen invades the body of a female anthropology student (Barbara Anne Constable) and sets out to kill anyone standing between her and her intended victim. It's the kind of movie best randomly discovered on cable at 4 AM, but if you dig guys with mullets, director H. Tjut Djalil has some serious treats in store for you.
Director: Jalil Jackson
Producer: Ram Soraya
Cast: Barbara Anne Constable, Christopher J. Hart, Claudia Angelique Rademaker, Joseph McGlynn, Adam Stardust and Ikang Fawzi