A dentist obsessed with young women in various uniforms stalks two sisters. The oldest sister is romantically pursued by a thug that was just released from prison. The dentist also has the ... See full summary »
A series of rapes are occurring in an Office Building. The Chief Executive is experiencing some weird visions and hallucinations. When someone close to a Cop is raped, the investigation increases ten-fold.
A recently married scholar goes on a quest for knowledge of other people's wives, based on his philosophical differences with the Sack Monk. He encounters the Flying Thief, who agrees to ... See full summary »
Private detective Calvin is hired to tape the sex life of a female politician Kwai Fung Ming, but falls for her instead. He decides to help her counter-attack Law Sau Nam, who is the ... See full summary »
Three vixens have meditated for 1,000 years to able to shed their animal natures and become human. For the final month of their rigors, they have moved near a village where women pray to a ... See full summary »
Tung Yen goes into jail for her boyfriend, Walkie Pi, after they kill a gang boss together. On the other hand, Walkie Pi escapes to Holland. When Tung Yen gets out, she hooks up with club owner, Playboy Man, and runs the girls at his club.
UK video release of this title has been troubled and the certificate was twice rejected by the BBFC in 1997. It was eventually passed in November 1998 after 6 mins 20 secs of distributor pre-edits and a further 4 mins 42 secs of BBFC cuts including extensive edits to rape scenes, an erotic dance, shots of a woman tied to a chair, dialogue edits, and the climactic fight between a woman and the rapist. See more »
The "sequel" to the cult Hong Kong hit "Naked Killer" (which, unfortunately, I have not seen yet) is, according to all sources, a much different film. Not the best way to get acquainted with modern Hong Kong cinema, but a fair enough ride for more seasoned fans. Meandering and unpleasant at times, with the usual uneasy Hong Kong mix of different tones, but technically well-made; Chingmy Yau's charming presence and Simon Yam's good performance make up for a lot of other deficiencies. Warning: the DVD subtitling is OUTRAGEOUSLY bad; not even eight-year-old kids make so many grammatical and spelling errors in each written sentence. (**1/2)
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