Investor firm employee Pat (Karen Mok) overhear a group of girls talk about the haunting that takes place each year in their office high-rise, which leads to the deaths of nine people every...
See full summary »
A woman becomes possessed and dies after a monster is released from an antique vase she had purchased. Twelve years later the monster is re-awakened. First he possesses the family's dog, before moving on to the woman's nephew.
Yang travels to Chen Village to learn a powerful form of Tai Chi. Though villagers are forbidden from teaching outsiders, Yang becomes their best hope for survival when a man arrives with a plan to build a railroad through the village.
Hui Bao is an actress rehearsing for a performance in a theater play alongside her boyfriend Nan. Falling sick and being unable to perform in the play, her twin sister Hui Xiang replace her... See full summary »
The world's top thieves join forces to pull off the heist of a lifetime. But when they find themselves pursued across Europe by a legendary French detective, they'll have to take their game to the next level.
A family moves to a new flat on a big building. They get to know the building was erected over a burnt slum, when lots of poor people died in a non accidental fire set by the constructors. ... See full summary »
Investor firm employee Pat (Karen Mok) overhear a group of girls talk about the haunting that takes place each year in their office high-rise, which leads to the deaths of nine people every time. Meanwhile, Pat's friend, computer game programmer Ken (Stephen Fung), runs into a mysterious woman covered all in white in an elevator while in the office on his first day on the job. These events precede three loosely connected stories involving Pat, Ken and other office workers' ghostly encounters in three different office divisions within the building.Written by
The Hong Kong filmmakers does it again with another hair-raising horror movie, where three stories are loosely connected together, and all the events take place at an office building.
In the first story, investor firm employee Pat (Karen Mok) has been reassigned the night-shift at work and encounters some skin-crawling paranormal activities coming from the copy room and the bathroom. This will surely give you some fright, making you wonder what out-of-this-world events might occur at the office late at night.
In the second story, greedy executive Richard Lee (Jordan Chan) forces veteran employee Mary Ho (Lan Law) into retirement. When a group of co-workers went out to celebrate Mary's last day with the office, a car accident claims their lives. Afterward, their ghosts return to the office to do some unfinished business. This story will probably make you get angry at office politics, as you are asked to sympathize with the workers. Another freaky story done with a good moral message attached to it.
In the third story, computer game programmer Ken (Stephen Fung) runs into a mysterious woman dressed in white in an elevator on his first day on the job. He stays clear of her, fearing that she might be spirit. However, he unknowingly steps into a trap set by a co-worker, whose intentions are not of this world. This story will make you yearn for a vampire or ghost buster of some sorts, as I felt the evil ghost gets its way too much in the story. It would have been nice to see some ghost-busting action instead of seeing humans getting hurt by these baddies.
Overall, though, it's not a bad horror movie. It's pretty nicely done with some good acting, great special effects and an above average grade on the creepiness factor.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this