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A Chinese Ghost Story II (1990)

Sien lui yau wan II: Yan gaan dou (original title)
In this installment of a phenomenal saga of the super natural, four young people are caught in a tug-o-war of evil between an Imperial Wizard and a corrupt General. Outrageous special ... See full summary »

Director:

Siu-Tung Ching

Writers:

Kan Keito, Kee-To Lam (screenplay) (as Kei To Lam) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leslie Cheung ... Ling Choi San
Joey Wang ... Ching Fung / Windy
Michelle Reis ... Yuet Chi / Moon
Jacky Cheung ... Chi Chau / Autumn
Wu Ma ... Yin Chek Hsia / Swordsman
Siu-Ming Lau ... Lord Fu
Waise Lee ... Swordsman Hu
Feng Ku ... Elder Chu
Shun Lau ... High Priest
Siu-Chun To ... Rebel
Li Wang ... Rebel
Siu-Hung Lau Siu-Hung Lau ... High Priest's Disciple
Hui Li Hui Li ... High Priest's Disciple
Yu-Chun Wang Yu-Chun Wang ... High Priest's Disciple
Ching-Ching Yeung ... High Priest's Disciple
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In this installment of a phenomenal saga of the super natural, four young people are caught in a tug-o-war of evil between an Imperial Wizard and a corrupt General. Outrageous special effects galore! Written by Towne 3, San Jose, Ca

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Followed by A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991) See more »

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Good sequel and also completely insane
9 May 2020 | by dworldeaterSee all my reviews

A Chinese Ghost Story was a visual feast and a great film that combined swordplay with fantasy, romance, drama, comedy and horror and it somehow worked. This sequel follows the same formula, but goes a bit further with the comedy with some of the cheesiest monsters on celluloid (and that is not a bad thing in this instance). A Chinese Ghost Story goes way past eleven and takes the viewer to another world. To say this film is wild is a gross understatement. I do think the 1st installment is a better film that makes more sense, but I did enjoy this sequel with intense visuals and super insane action choreography with Taoist magic and superheroic level swordfighting and Kung Fu. If you drop acid before watching this, it will most likely enhance your viewing experience. Even without the aid of such substances A Chinese Ghost Story 2 is quite the experience and one example of what makes Hong Kong cinema so endearing and unique.


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese | Mandarin

Release Date:

13 July 1990 (Hong Kong) See more »

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