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Credited cast:
Tu Chin
Kuang Yung Lin
San Peng
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
An An
Tai-sheng Chang
Tung-chuan Cheng
Ming-Ta Hsu
Chung-Yu Huang
Geng-yuan Hung
Yi-chuen Li
Chi-Han Liu
Shadow Liu
Kuan-Wu Lung


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Comedy | Horror





Release Date:

20 June 1986 (Taiwan)  »

Also Known As:

Ha luo jiang shi  »

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Followed by You huan dao shi 3 (1988) See more »

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Infantile, but Entertaining
12 May 2006 | by (Bay Area, CA) – See all my reviews

Back in the 1980s, the illiterate Chinese title was typed "Hello! Dracular" on the VHS box, and it's been known as HELLO! DRACULAR ever since; except by the Japanese, who cut the movie up into half hour segments to form the TV mini-series YUGEN DOUSHI 2.

Just how many of these childish Taiwanese fantasies were made in the 1980s?! Oh well, at least it's flamboyant, action packed, outlandish, way too exotic for most non-Chinese, and it's basically a wild & crazy thriller. With all these elements in play, you would think I would give this colorful martial arts/horror fantasy higher praise.

But its childishness gets really annoying at times. My god, these antics irritate me! Basically it's the same kung fu kids as in HAI TZU WONG (a Chinese movie so obscure it lacks an English title!), since this five-or-so (?) movie series seems related; the similarities are striking, but continuity between them is terrible. In this one, the kids are again dealing with robed, hopping vampires and that lovable tyke dubbed "Baby Kyonshi" by the Japanese. Plenty of special effects and kung fu, but most interesting of all are some Americans (speaking English) who want to take the gyonsi vampire, which they pronounce "jiang-shi", back to America. How this Catholic priest learned kung fu a hundred years ago is never explained, but over-all, it's dumb yet fun entertainment.

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