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Yin yang lu 15: Ke si hun lai (2002)

Ngau, a cook in the Hong Kong countryside, is trying to save his son from a vengeful evil spirit who was wronged years ago by Ngau's past life. In the process, Ngau seeks the help of Mrs. Bud Lung, who can communicate with the other side.

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Jamie Luk

Writer:

Yan Chit
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Credited cast:
Anita Chan ... Hok
Ho Lung Cheung Ho Lung Cheung ... Bud Ren (as Ronnie Cheung)
Kit Yee Chung Kit Yee Chung ... Ngau's Wife
Kei Kei Kei Kei ... Fa
Chun Lai ... Keung
Jeffrey Lam Jeffrey Lam ... Japanese Soldier
Benny Law Benny Law ... Helpful Ghost
Lan Law ... Mrs. Bud Lung
Edmond Leung ... Fai
Ting-Fung Li ... Young Fai
Wai Cheong Mok Wai Cheong Mok ... Taxi Driver
Mr. Nine Mr. Nine ... Brother Nine
Kon Chung Tam ... Thug
Ka Fai Tong ... Bud Gay
Eric Tsang ... Ngau
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Ngau, a cook in the Hong Kong countryside, is trying to save his son from a vengeful evil spirit who was wronged years ago by Ngau's past life. In the process, Ngau seeks the help of Mrs. Bud Lung, who can communicate with the other side.

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

4 July 2002 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Troublesome Night 15 See more »

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Follows Troublesome Night 11 (2001) See more »

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The greater the sequel number goes, the lamer the story line it is.
20 August 2002 | by esteepswongSee all my reviews

The first of this continuation series of Troublesome Night was released some 5 years ago and it's an average of 3 series a year. Although there ain't any continuation sequel of all its series but without us knowing clear the period of time, we are now into installment no. 15. However

the first few series we were treated with loads and loads of stuffs full of suspenses and an unusual twist of the story line as in a mixture of ghoulish movies combined with The X-Files. I really had the itch each time awaiting for its next sequel to be released. However it seems that the producers and directors seemed to have lost their ideas of how the genre of a Troublesome Night movie should be made.

The story of this movie is about a caring father protecting his son from being harm by a revenging spirit from a previous life. The father who has the ability to see and speak to ghosts and spirits, be-friends the ghoulish ones and uses their help as guardian (angels) ghosts for his one and only son who I find him really a jerk. The story is corny as ever and by mid way of the show, we would have guess how the ending would be. Even with the presence of veteran comedian, Eric Tsang who helm the role as the serious father, we find him unable to save the grace of the whole movie.

My advice to all who has been following the continuation sequel of this title to give this one a miss, that is if you are serious horror movie buff. If the producers are still making similar stuffs like this in the next installment then I will definitely give No. 17 a No-No!


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