A Hong Kong businessman (Billy Lau) invited three of his friends to stay at his house whenever the need arises. Soon, an in-debt girlfriend (Sandra Ng), a freed inmate (Shui-Fan Fung) and ... See full summary »

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Billy Lau ...
Mr. Lum
Sandra Kwan Yue Ng ...
Joe Mack
Stanley Sui-Fan Fung ...
Dai Lan Choi (as Shui-Fan Fung)
Ma Wu ...
Soul Master
Siu-Wai Mui ...
Siu Wai
Sap-yee Gam ...
Sam
Shiu Hung Hui ...
Night Driver
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A Hong Kong businessman (Billy Lau) invited three of his friends to stay at his house whenever the need arises. Soon, an in-debt girlfriend (Sandra Ng), a freed inmate (Shui-Fan Fung) and an exorcist (Ma Wu) all move in at the same time, which eventually lead to commotion and disagreements of the living arrangements. However, the three must ultimately work together to save their friend from an evil ghost that has possessed his body. Written by Oliver Chu

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Random ghost flick from Stanley Fung.
10 June 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Veteran Hong Kong actor Stanley Fung directs this ghost flick about businessman Mr. Lum (Billy Lau), whom invited three friends (Stanley Fung, Sandry Ng, Ma Wu) to stay at his house whenever the need arises. When all three move in at the same time, it leads to commotion and disagreements, but soon after, all three must ultimately work together to save Lum from an evil ghost that has possessed his body.

There's not much in this movie that we haven't seen before in previous Hong Kong ghost comedies and vampire flicks - a man gets possessed, three people concoct a scheme to vanquish the ghost and save their friend, the end. However, the acting was quite decent and the plot was rather fast-paced, so, you get some good popcorn entertainment out of this flick.

Sandra Ng serves up quite a bit of the comedy and it's funny seeing her and Stanley Fung and Ma Wu all quarrel and pick on each other as a result of their living arrangements and them trying to work together to save their friend.

This movie could have used more ghost-busting action and to tie up some loose ends in the climax. But, again overall, this film is not bad for some popcorn entertainment.

Grade B-


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