The film begins with some events that must be a reference to the earlier film and a link to this film, with some action taking place in a high rise in Hong Kong. The action then shifts to a rather sparse boot camp for cops. Here after a late night game with the Chinese version of a Ouiji board a vampire/ghost is let loose. The spirit the proceeds to possess the cadets and then wander about causing evil mischief.
An odd, and not very good, mix of comedy and horror (or rather comedy with a dash of horror) this movie plays like a bad TV sitcom version of the Police Academy films with a blood thirsty vampire thrown in. Its an bad mix that hearkens back to sub-Munsters horror comedy, where the monsters attacks are misunderstood until the end. Its not funny for the most part and makes you wish that they had had the conviction to pick one genre of the other. This isn't a completely awful movie, there are some good moments, but moments are fleeting and this 90 minute film can't survive on three or four moments.
Not worth your time unless you absolutely must see every Chinese horror/comedy ever made.
3 out of 10.