After her father is shot by a crooked district attorney, Angel City police Detective Darcy Walker takes to the streets to dispense vigilante justice in the guise of the Black Scorpion.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Black Scorpion - Black Scorpion II - Netflix
Black Scorpion II: Aftershock, also known as Black Scorpion II: Ground Zero, is a 1997 comedy-action film starring Joan Severance as a crime fighting superhero. Roger Corman was the executive producer. Darcy Walker is a police detective in Angel City, a fictionalized version of Los Angeles. Her secret identity is the Black Scorpion, a comic book style vigilante. The Black Scorpion does not have any super powers but, like Batman, she fights for justice using a combination of martial arts and advanced technology, including her high-tech car, the Scorpionmobile. The film's exaggerated characters and unrealistic events are portrayed with a humorous camp aesthetic. Black Scorpion II: Aftershock is a sequel to 1995's Black Scorpion. It was followed in 2001 by a Black Scorpion TV series that starred Michelle Lintel in the title role.
Black Scorpion - Cast - Netflix
Joan Severance as Darcy Walker / Black Scorpion Whip Hubley as Michael Russo Garrett Morris as Argyle Laura Harring as Babette Sherrie Rose as Prof. Ursula Undershaft / Aftershock Stoney Jackson as Gangster Prankster Matt Roe as Mayor Artie Worth Stephen Lee as Captain Strickland Terri J. Vaughn as Tender Lovin' Steven Kravitz as Slugger Rick Rossovich as Construction Foreman Kenneth Londoner as John
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