A Hong Kong businessman is in financial trouble, so a Japanese Japanese bank offers a loan on the condition that he sell the family mansion on Lantau Island. The tenant, his patriotic uncle... See full summary »

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A Hong Kong businessman is in financial trouble, so a Japanese Japanese bank offers a loan on the condition that he sell the family mansion on Lantau Island. The tenant, his patriotic uncle, will only go out in a coffin. The Japanese bank use blackmail to scare the businessman but they don't know that, in that house, there's something terrible than their blackmail. Written by v0danh - https://sites.google.com/site/reviewphim/movies-review/

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Something for everyone (Oriental & Occidental)
8 February 2003 | by (Hollywood, ca) – See all my reviews

A surprisingly entertaining film from Honk Kong that starts off as a western style soft core porn sex comedy (I laughed out loud for the first one quarter of the film), gives some political commentary on the brutal Japanese invasion of China, and ends up as a chop-socky film between a Taoist priest and a Female ghost of the past concubine of the former owner of a Haunted House!

Another surprise is that it works at every turn! The women are absolutely gorgeous (check out Yuko Amuro and an uncredited actress as "Vivi"--fantastic). And they engage in sex scenes just shy of outright pornography. The characterizations make the flimsy plot almost believable (but entirely funny, but thoughtful).

The special effects are far short of "Poltergeist". but it is the acting that makes this believable. The cinematography was almost flawless, as well.

This movie is definitely a keeper for fans of Hong Kong cinema!


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