Black Scorpion
Black Scorpion (1995)

This B-movie from director Rodman Flender (The Unborn) was originally broadcast on Showtime's Roger Corman Presents series. Joan Severance stars as a cop who becomes a leather-clad superhero named Black Scorpion when her father is… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: August 22, 1995
DVD Release Date: January 23, 2001
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

A cheesy and awfully campy superhero schlock gem...

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Scott Weinberg

For all its broad (and periodically inane) silliness, Black Scorpion is a b-flick that delivers what it promises, with a whole lotta Severance on the side.

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Phil Hubbs
Ah a Roger Corman epic that actually spawned its own comicbook and TV series which would indicate that the film is quite good...wouldn't it. Well I'm… More
Wahida K
A lady in Leather who happens to be SuperHero named Black Scorpion. I watched this movie because I had flu. lol It is very cheesy Movie. Seems a female spoof… More
Dean McKenna
Joan Severance as a former cop turned black-garbed avenger of the night appearance owes a lot to Michelle Pfeiffer's nasty leathers in <i>Batman… More