Question #1: Does Lady Terminator have anything in common with The Terminator? What are the similarities and differences between Lady Terminator and The Terminator?
-A destructive force from another time comes to the present to exterminate someone in both films.
-Both include the line, “Come with me if you want to live.”
-There is a moment in each film where the virtually indestructible villain is knocked to the ground with ample gunfire and the camera shows their twitching fingers.
-Both feature an eye-removal-before-a-bathroom-sink scene.
-Guns are reloaded significantly less in Lady Terminator.
-In The Terminator, a cyborg from the future travels to the past to stop the birth of an eventual wartime revolutionary. In Lady Terminator, an anthropologist is possessed by a sea witch from the past, who seeks vengeance on her husband’s great granddaughter.
-No characters in The Terminator have magic eels in their vaginas; no sex scene in The Terminator culminates with castration by a vagina-dwelling magic eel.
Question #2: What kinds of TVs explode into flames when shot?
Question #3: Ricky Brothers composed the music to Lady Terminator. Is Ricky Brothers one man, whose first name is Ricky and last name is Brothers, or is the Ricky Brothers a band name, not unlike the Doobie or Allman Brothers?
I don’t know, but Ricky Brothers—whether band or man—wrote for synthesizers, in my opinion, at least as well as Pino Donaggio did for The Barbarians.
Question #4: Exactly how many instances of violence to the male genitalia occur in Lady Terminator?
Thirteen, although I’m only counting the wise old sensei getting excessively machine gunned to the crotch as one instance.
Question #5: Was Michael Sorich, the actor who overdubbed the voice of the character Snake, aware at the time of the children’s cartoon program Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Particularly, was he aware of Townsend Coleman’s work on the voice of Michelangelo?
Question #6: “What’s the point of not having money if you can’t spend it?”
Question #7: How does a urine stream with that much propulsion form when the fly isn’t even open?
Question #8: Lady Terminator lists Dave Mallow as the film’s dialogue coach. Was Dave Mallow fired before the completion of the movie on grounds of incompetence?
Question #9: Is the glowing green thing the wise old sensei shoots into the eponymous villain’s eye what causes her to grow extra nipples?
On the same token, does the growth of extra nipples alone warrant the painful removal of one’s own eye with an X-acto knife?
Question #10: Wouldn’t it be nice if more cops, before final showdowns with devastating murderesses, could join hands and say, in unison, “Let’s kick ass?”
Question #11: Why does Tania, the lady terminator, wait till she is incinerated by the flames of a bazooka blast to shoot deadly lasers out of her eyes?
She had this ability the whole time, and, up until the last five minutes of the movie, relies on automatic weapons?!
Question #12: Isn’t it possible to be both a lady and an anthropologist?
“I’m an anthropologist, not a lady!”
You know, like, when did anthropologist become its own gender?