a kung fu master coming from the tradition of the HEAVEN AND EARTH SOCIETY, rents a loft to teach his students. Coinciding with his open mind, sooner starts contacts with previous occupants...
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The planned reburial of a village elder goes awry as the corpse resurrects into a hopping, bloodthirsty vampire, threatening mankind. Therefore, a Taoist Priest and his two disciples attempt to stop the terror.
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a kung fu master coming from the tradition of the HEAVEN AND EARTH SOCIETY, rents a loft to teach his students. Coinciding with his open mind, sooner starts contacts with previous occupants, a ghost wedlock, both higly skilled in chinesse boxing, but with a opressed wife that slowly evolves to a much better situation. I really wouldnt put this movie in the horror category. Though ghosts and doubtful magics, this is a good martial arts show, with a satiric eye about human weakness and nobilities.Written by
Lam Chin Ying most definitely wins as the most stereotyped actor of the century. After his infamous role as Mr. Vampire, he would forever be known as the Taoist priest that hunts down ghosts, demons and vampires (all but for a few other exciting roles).
In Mad, Mad, Ghost - we are treated to a more fair priest, as he takes pity on a female ghost who is being abused by her ghost husband. In a short tale of revenge against, LCY and his 5 students, we soon ind out that this is just another story alongside the one where the bad guys want the gold they buried in the same house, before Lam and his team moved in.
This is delivered in mad-cap style as the good guys and ghost take on the OTT Mark Houghton and Eddie Maher in some crazy action sequences!
Its not a bad film, but only real HK or Lam Chin Ying fans will really enjoy it. Some hilarious moments definitely, and fun action that reminded me of the crazy, Vampire Settle On Police Camp.
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