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Vampire Effect (2003)

Chin gei bin (original title)
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It's a high-kicking battle on the dark side when an ace vampire slayer and his beautiful sidekicks wage the ultimate martial-arts showdown with one of the most dangerous of the undead.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Reeve
... Lila
... Duke Dekotes
... Kazaf
... Prada
Mandy Chiang ... Momoko
... Man Keung
... Helen
... Gypsy
... Jackie Fong
Spencer Lam ... Jackie's Father
... Jackie's Best Man
... Ivy
Matt Chow ... Matt
Maggie Lau ... Nurse Maggie
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It's a high-kicking battle on the dark side when an ace vampire slayer and his beautiful sidekicks wage the ultimate martial-arts showdown with one of the most dangerous of the undead.

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A new age of darkness is dawning See more »


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Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »

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24 June 2003 (Hong Kong)  »

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Vampire Effect  »

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$1,318,206 (Hong Kong), 27 June 2003, Limited Release
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When Reeve is strangling both Gypsy and Helen, Gypsy looks down at the sword she is holding. In the first shot, the sword was different from the sword that Gypsy was holding a few scenes ago. As the shot changes, the sword becomes the same sword that Gypsy was holding earlier. See more »

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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »

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Change, Change, Change
Composed and arranged by Kwong Wing Chan
Lyrics by Xi Lin
Performed by Jackie Chan, and Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung as The Twins
OP Click Music Limited / EEG Music Publishing Limited
SP Music Nation Publishing Co. Limited
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Pretty Decent Fun Film
26 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

Well don't expect anything deep an meaningful. Most of the fight scenes are pretty decent. The two leading ladies are quite endearing but their lack of HK action background shows at times. The ending maybe lacks something but I quite enjoyed it none the less. The cheesy humour isn't probably going to appeal to anyone who hasn't watched a bunch of HK films but if your down with that sort of thing and have a couple of hours to fill with something meaningless you could do a lot worse than this. (OK so you could do better but.......)

Certainly on a par with most of the Hollywood blockbuster action drivel.

7/10


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