In Chinatown, merciless gang goes on nightly rampages of theft and destruction. Merchant Frank Lee has no way of fighting back - until he's undead, murdered by the gangsters...but he ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sal Viviano ...
Michael Derrick
Marilyn Tokuda ...
Alice Lee
Randy Atmadja ...
Frank Lee
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Tony Yang Sr.
Doug Silberstein ...
Leach
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Rat
John Quincy Lee ...
Tony Yang Jr.
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Joey
Jesse D'Angelo ...
Bobby
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Gang Gal
Richard Thorne ...
Al
Dave Roberts ...
Rocko
Joe Podnar ...
Monster Chan
Cindy Cirile ...
Mona (as Clara Pater)
Keefe Lee ...
Wing Ho
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In Chinatown, merciless gang goes on nightly rampages of theft and destruction. Merchant Frank Lee has no way of fighting back - until he's undead, murdered by the gangsters...but he returns to life transformed into a "Kyonshi" - Chinese version of a vampire - and ready to avenge his unjust death in a way that's sure going to give you the Jitters. Written by Z.B

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It's a Feeling You'll Never Lose ... Once You Got 'Em You Just Can't Shake 'Em.

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Action | Comedy | Horror

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R
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3 August 1989 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Les Kyonshee  »

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$475,000 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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Director John Fasano went to high school with actor Jonathan Goldstein. See more »

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References Rio Lobo (1970) See more »

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Written and Performed by Daniel Linck (as Dann Linck) and Tom Borton
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Just bad...
5 October 2001 | by (Maple Ridge) – See all my reviews

Chinese vampires that hop around like bunnies who can only be killed by placing a piece of tape on their face chase around a bunch of people with really bad haircuts. Yes, it's as bad as it sounds. There's even some pretty awful kung-fu scenes, not to mention really bad dialogue ("What's that thing over there? Let's kill it!"). Acting is awful and the "terrifying effects" advertised on the box consists of some really really really bad makeup work. If you ever find it in the far far corner of your video store (which is highly unlikely), rent it if you like laughing at awful movies. And believe me, this one is awful...

1/10


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