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San chuen lao see III: Gwai leng chin sun (2002)

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Tat-Ming Cheung
Joyce Han
Patrick Keung
Gigi Lai
Yiu-Cheung Lai
Grace Lam
Sai-Wing Yip
Kong Sau Yum
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Poor shot on video horror film
8 January 2008 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

Shot on video tale of a member of a film crew taking a haunted object home from a shoot and having her life turned upside down.

Poorly acted and adequately shot this is an on the cheap straight to video from Hong Kong thats like many films like this a bit too knowing for its own good. Certainly its not quite like a Troma film, but there is a sense of make believe that permeates these films that prevent you from ever believing a frame of it....(which is sad since the first film in the series is very good)

This is one of a growing number of shot on video cheapies that seem to flooding the Asian horror market (and even the direct to video markets else where in the world). While I admire that we are getting some good films, I hate that we are getting too many films like this which are being made with little care and purely to make a buck, there by undercutting a decent cast trying to actually give performances.


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