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Devil's Offspring (1999)

Gui pian wang zhi zai xian xiong bang (original title)
At a Hong Kong dormitory, the cook's little granddaughter is brutally murdered. The next day, a mysterious new student, Connie, moves into the dorm. As it is summer vacation, only four ... See full summary »
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Police Inspector Wong
Diana Pang ...
Aunt Fak
Siu-Kei Lee ...
Father Lai
Pinky Cheung ...
Miss Cheng
Celia Sie
Simon Lui ...
Graveyard
Wai-Ho Yung
Wing Yiu Cheung ...
(as Peter Cheung Wing Yiu)
Goria Wong
Maggie Wong ...
Sandy
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Sze Wing Chan
Kin-Yung Tsang
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At a Hong Kong dormitory, the cook's little granddaughter is brutally murdered. The next day, a mysterious new student, Connie, moves into the dorm. As it is summer vacation, only four students are still living there. Mysterious, disastrous things seem to accompany the new girl everywhere she goes, and this school is no exception. Written by Anonymous

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18 November 1999 (Hong Kong)  »

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Like some sort of psych test....
14 February 2010 | by (Raleigh, NC, USA) – See all my reviews

This film is watchable, but you really need to pay attention. Some of the characters are there for no discernible reason and you're often not sure what's going on. Overall, though, you have a pretty good idea of the plot and storyline.

The FX are all practical and fairly decent.

As usual, the subtitles (which are in both Chinese and English and therefore somewhat crowded) are almost as funny as the movie itself. As with many HK movies, some of the dialogue is (inexplicably) in heavily-accented English. An actor will be cruising along in Chinese and then deliver one line in English. Then it's back to Chinese. I have no idea why they do this, since the lines are all being delivered to the same person and there's no reason for them to be in English.

All in all, only for true fans of HK horror.


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