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Wing-Chi Chan ...
Chi
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Taoist Lam
Billy Lau ...
Mr. Lau
Lung Chan ...
Master Chan
Kuo Hua Chang ...
Master
Bik Wing Chung ...
Mueue
Sap-Yee Gam ...
Sap-Yee
Ricky Ho ...
Tung
Mei-Yee Sze ...
Doctor
Wai-Kit Tse ...
Elf
Sai-Kit Yung ...
Yung (as Stuart Ong)
Chung Gwai ...
Clothes Store Employee
Wan-Si Tse
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24 September 1992 (Hong Kong)  »

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Skinned Ghost  »

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Another 90s HK ghost flick that flaws flat.
22 June 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a ghost flick from Hong Kong, called "Skin Striperess" in English. It features Lam Ching-Ying as Taoism Lam, where he performs all his Taoist magic in a resort, where its owner bribes girls for sex and when things go wrong, people are killed and their spirits roam free. And, caught in the mist are a bunch of frolicking teenagers.

There is the usual Taoist magic but, like many ghost movies of the 1990s, this genre has been losing steam and this movie was no exception, even with Lam Ching-Ying in it. Even though he is the only saving grace in the movie, there were very few charms, suspense and intrigue that are usually found in the earlier horror and ghost comedies. The plot goes all over the place and the adult-oriented material just wasn't right for this type of film.

It won't hurt to give this one a pass.

Grade D-


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