An evil photograph with four possessed souls winds up in the possession of a pervert, whose home they take over by putting him into the picture. A nosy cop and his girlfriend notice the ...
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An evil photograph with four possessed souls winds up in the possession of a pervert, whose home they take over by putting him into the picture. A nosy cop and his girlfriend notice the strange ongoings and one of the ghost's falls in love with the cop. But once the ghosts leave their home, all hell breaks loose. Written by
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A Wong Jing Production: Our Neighbors are Phantoms.
Our Neighbors are Phantoms (1990) is a strange film that was produced and written by schlocky slapstick film-maker Wong Jing. He wrote the script and had his usual cast of players (Amy Yip, Chingmy Yau, Charlie Cho) star in the film. A group of friends notice that some strange people have moved next door. One of them finds out that their new neighbors are some evil ghosts who want to be re-incarnated. All except a female ghost who doesn't want to hurt anybody (but she has a crush on one of her new neighbors), A strange horror/comedy that's a parody of the Hollywood film The b'urbs. Funny at times. Fun stuff if you can find a copy.
As with all of Amy Yip's earlier films (especially in Wong Jing productions) her characters were usually reserved business women, not the sexpots that she would later make a successful career out of portraying. One of Chingmy Yau's first films and she's portrayed in a similar fashion.
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