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Don't Turn Around, or You'll Be Sorry (2000)

Lut goi che waai (original title)
A feisty, wealthy woman with a sixth sense (Deannie Yip), at odds with her son-in-law (Chi Wah Wong), must go through many lengths to save her daughter Lisa (Anita Yuen) from the restless ... See full summary »

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Marianne Siu
Chi Wah Wong ...
Tung Kin-Wai
Anita Yuen ...
Lisa
Paul Chun ...
Elvis Siu
Ping Ha ...
Aunt
Yolinda Yam ...
May Ping Chan
Ga Man Yeung ...
Monica
Emotion Cheung ...
Robert
Leung Siu ...
KK
Ngan-Ying Poon ...
Marlinjar
Ray Pang ...
Taxi Driver
Man-Jun Yuen ...
Police Detective
Man-Chun Wong ...
Policeman
Cub Chin ...
Private Investigator
Chung Wai Ho ...
Wai's Colleague
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A feisty, wealthy woman with a sixth sense (Deannie Yip), at odds with her son-in-law (Chi Wah Wong), must go through many lengths to save her daughter Lisa (Anita Yuen) from the restless ghost of Chan May Ping (Yolinda Lam). Ping committed suicide due to an unfaithful husband, and her ghost wants to take over Lisa's pregnant body for her reincarnation. Written by Oliver Chu

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18 May 2000 (Hong Kong)  »

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Don't Look Back... Or You'll Be Sorry!!  »

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Not sorry in catching this HK horror comedy!
29 March 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a horror comedy from Hong Kong that stars veteran actress Deannie Yip of the "Pom Pom" movie series fame. She plays the mother of Lisa (Anita Yuen), who has been possessed by a female ghost bent on taking over her body for her resurrection.

This is a well-paced and well-acted movie that I've found to be very engaging and entertaining from start to finish. The first part of the movie deals with Marianne Siu (Deannie Yip) coming to live with her daughter Lisa and son-in-law Wai (Chi Wah Wong), and the resulting feud between Marianne and Wai. Though not scary in a supposedly horror movie, it's still pretty fun to watch.

The feud results in Marianne having a near-death experience from an accident that eventually leads to her seeing spirits from the other side. It's back and forth between family problems and ghost haunting that one will find gripping.

Though a horror comedy, the filmmakers didn't rely on slapstick and nonsensical stuff. Instead, they relied on humorous dialog, carefully crafted character development and freaky but realistically done supernatural elements such as the mere discovery of a skull in the yard in making this movie well-balanced between humor and horror.

Great, entertaining stuff here. Highly recommended!

Grade A


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