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Meng gui ba wang hua (1990)

To cut down on expenses, a Hong Kong police superintendent orders a captain to take a group of S.W.A.T. team rookies to a rigorous training camp, hoping to force them to resign after ... See full summary »

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Joanna Chan ... San
Mandy Chan ... Doctor
Charlie Cho ... Charlie
Tat-Wah Cho ... Officer Chan
... Myths
Meg Lam ... Scimkovaca
Billy Lau ... Yung
Yuk-Ting Lau ... May
Ka-Hung Lee ... Sickness
... Sister Nine
Lap-Man Sinn ... Long
Yin Szema ... Yin
... Officer Wu
... The Ghost
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To cut down on expenses, a Hong Kong police superintendent orders a captain to take a group of S.W.A.T. team rookies to a rigorous training camp, hoping to force them to resign after undergoing grueling training courses. However, events get a mysterious turn when the rookies, on their break, discover an old Chinese Ouija board and decide to try it out. The game backfires when a reckless ghost is unleashed. Written by Oliver Chu

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9 March 1990 (Hong Kong)  »

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Here Comes a Vampire  »

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1.85 : 1
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Thoroughly average Chinese horror/comedy fluff
16 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

If you've seen the movie that this is a sequel to then you know how wild & wacky the Chinese horror genre can be, but there's no inspiration to be found in this sorry sequel. There needs to be a balance in the horror/comedy ratio for these movies to work and this movie is loaded with way too much comedy filler, which really isn't that comedic when there's no horror to go with it. Sandra Ng can usually be counted on to be funny in anything but she's given very little to do here. This movie has all the evidence of being a rushed production. Recommended only to diehard Chinese vampire movie completists (like me).


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