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Gui hua hu (1991)

| Horror | 1991 (Taiwan)


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Credited cast:
Emily Chu
Feng Ku
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chien Chin
Chia-Cheng Chu
Jing-Shan Hsu ...
(as Ging Sin Chui)
Mei Chen Huang ...
(as Mei Ching Wong)
Ming Kai
Kuan-Chung Ku
Bing Lin
Chung Yen ...
(as Chung Yim)
Pei-Hsuan Yuan


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1991 (Taiwan)  »

Also Known As:

Gwei wah woo  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Cheap cat III erotica
15 December 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Like the movie Erotic Ghost Story, this movie is based on the Chinese folklore of the three female fox spirits who gain their nourishment by seducing and drinking the blood of men.

Hawk Shi Yu is an apprentice Taoist priest who marries Emily Chu (it is difficult to believe that this is the same actress from Rouge). He saves the life of Chien Chien, the youngest of the three spirit sisters and she falls in love with him. Middle sister Lily becomes jealous and tries to trick Elder sister into breaking them apart so that she can have him, while Elder sister wants to kill him for his blood. A further complication to the plot are three children, who are hopping vampires, who come to the rescue of Hawk Shi Yu and Emily with the aid of Guk Fung, their big brother vampire. Finally Shi Yu's mentor, the Taoist priest, aids in vanquishing the spirits.

This is very confusing, cheap cat III erotica with very lengthy sex scenes concentrating on the buxom Elder sister but showing little variation or titillation. With poor cinematography and production values, it should only appeal to die-hard cat III fans.

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