A handsome hustler tricks a beautiful restauranteur into loaning him 2 million HK dollars. He then drugs her, brings her to an abandoned beach and kills her. After some teenagers discover ... See full summary »

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Mrs. Bud Lung
Halina Tam ...
Moon
David Wai-Sheung Lee ...
Tom Lee (as David Lee)
Teresa Mak ...
Lan Sau Wan
Ka Fai Tong ...
Bud Gay
Ho Lung Cheung ...
Bud Ren (as Ronnie Cheung)
Bessie Ming-Kwan Chan ...
Eva Chan (as Bessie Chan)
Vivian Lok ...
Jenny
Oni Tsuka ...
Brother Eight
Mr. Nine ...
Brother Nine
Jameson Wa-Fan Lam ...
Tom's Master (as Wah-Fan Lam)
Wan-Chung Lam ...
Jeffrey
Benny Law ...
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A handsome hustler tricks a beautiful restauranteur into loaning him 2 million HK dollars. He then drugs her, brings her to an abandoned beach and kills her. After some teenagers discover the body, her spirit returns to take revenge on the man who wronged her by possessing the bodies of other girls. Written by Anonymous

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April 2001 (Hong Kong)  »

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Yin yang lu shi yi liao gui tiao ming  »

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Followed by Yin yang lu shi qi zhi jian fang you gui (2002) See more »

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The extreme troublesome starts here.
23 April 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a troublesome movie indeed, with the series taking a nosedive with this movie. The plot sounds cliché but suspenseful - a woman ghost named Sau Wan (Teresa Mak) possesses the body of Moon (Halina Tam) in order to seek revenge against her ex-boyfriend Tom Lee (David Wai-Sheung Lee), who murdered her. But, you don't see much ghost action at all, just Sau Wan's ghost appearing here and there, and an unconventional but silly duel of three guys channeling the spirits of martial artists toward the end of the movie.

Much of the movie centers around the boring subplot of Bud Gay (Ka Fai Tong), Bud Ren (Ronnie Cheung), Brother Eight (Oni Tsuka) and Brother Nine (Mr. Nine) trying to court ladies. The acting was pretty bad and the plot's pacing was slow. Nothing suspenseful or entertaining here except the mission conjured up by Bud Lung (Lan Law) to help Sau Wan seek revenge on Tom Lee. Halina Tam was a welcome presence in the movie, but the series veterans like Louis Koo, Amanda Lee, Simon Lui and Frankie Ng are sorely missed. The new series regulars of Ka Fai Tong, Bud Ren, Oni Tsuka and Mr. Nine gave the movies a serious decline in acting and entertainment value.

Overall, it's a slow ghost comedy with nothing really scary or funny at all. Bits of mild entertainment here and there, but watch at your own risk.

Grade D


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