A meteor lands on earth, and out pops an alien eye that wreaks havoc on
the countryside. And not only that, it also resurrects perennial baddie
Lizardo (Max Alvarado) - yet again. In the meantime, an army of masked
warriors takes the local children prisoner and throws them into a cave
sealed by a forcefield. And then there's Naling, a girl that has been put
under a spell that made her age to an old hag within seconds. What's
worse, her parents don't believe she's actually their daughter and chase
her away, and she finds refuge only in the city of death.
(Fernando Poe jr), the blacksmith-hero with his magic dagger forged from a
meteor, and his boy sidekick Lando (Bentot jr) are still wandering the
countryside, but get seperated when fighting some monsters. Lando somehow
ends up in the city of death, and is only saved from the local zombies and kept
out of harm's way by
Naling until Flavio arrives to slay all the zombies. As a
thank you for saving Lando, Flavio retrieves the serum to make Naling
young again from an underwater graveyard, even if he has to fight a
seamonster to do so.
Then Flavio learns about the children kept in the
cave, and he fights and defeats the whole evil army single-handedly using
his magic dagger (that becomes a sword should need arise). And he not only
destroys the baddies' forcefield, he also shows that his sword can create forcefields of its own.
All of a sudden, and out of the blue, Flavio is
killed by a silver monster, and it seems we have seen the last of our hero
- but wait, his best friend the hermit (Lito Anzures), who has stayed
behind in this installment in the series, gets news about Flavio's death
via his magic book, and uses the book to revive him.
Flavio is all set
for revenge, so he heads for the silver monster's lair, defeats its entire
army and then the monster itself - upon which he finds Lizardo in a glass
coffin, and it seems he has mind-controlled the monster because now that it's dead
he's dcecaying rapidly all of a sudden. Then the alien eye, who has given
Lizardo the power to control the monster shows up and puts up a fight, but
in the end Flavio's magic sword just cuts it apart and the world is saved
This film is not good, intelligent, well-made or
even original - but it's lots of fun. I mean, at least in the eyes of a
trash enthusiast like myself, you can't really beat a fantasy story with
science fiction elements like an alien eye from a meteor, forcefields,
mind-controlled monsters and the like, all brought to the screen in an
unpretentious low budget sort of way with decidedly less than perfect
special effects. So ok, this is not a great movie, but it's wildly amusing
in a party movie sort of way.