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Yin yang lu shi qi zhi jian fang you gui (2002)

Gay has been arrested for possessing drugs and is sent to prison. When Mrs. Lung visits him, she realizes that a demon is following him around, and sends Yan into the prison to help Gay. ... See full summary »

Director:

Wai Yin Lam

Writer:

Jameson Wa-Fan Lam (as Wah-Fan Lam)
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Sam Lee ... Mao Tomorrow
Teresa Mak ... Ng Mei-Ho
Lan Law ... Mrs. Bud Lung
Simon Lui ... Bud Pitt
Ka Fai Tong Ka Fai Tong ... Bud Gay
Siu-Kei Lee ... Brother Gay
Anita Chan Anita Chan ... Hok
Ho Lung Cheung Ho Lung Cheung ... Bud Ren
Ka-Kui Ho ... Big Mic
Oni Tsuka Oni Tsuka ... Brother Eight
Mr. Nine Mr. Nine ... Brother Nine
Bobby Yip Bobby Yip ... Officer Eight (as Gun-Leong Bat)
Yuen Yee Ng Yuen Yee Ng ... Mrs. Ng
Shu-Kei Law Shu-Kei Law ... Prison Warden
Wai Cheong Mok Wai Cheong Mok ... Policeman
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Gay has been arrested for possessing drugs and is sent to prison. When Mrs. Lung visits him, she realizes that a demon is following him around, and sends Yan into the prison to help Gay. With the help of the warden, they discover the demon is a vengeful ghost of a woman whose husband was wrongfully imprisoned there, and committed suicide. All she wants to see is his grave, which should be behind the prison. But when they can't find his burial site, she unleashes her pure wrath, and no one is immune from her rage. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

5 December 2002 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Troublesome Night 17 See more »

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Followed by Yin yang lu shi jiu zhi Wo dui yan jian dao ye (2003) See more »

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The better of the later Troublesome Night movies.
29 April 2016 | by OllieSuave-007See all my reviews

Number 17 of the Troublesome Night movies is probably the better of the later ones. Here, Bud Gay (Tong Kai Fai) was wrongfully arrested for possessing drugs and is sent to prison. There, he is haunted by the ghost of a woman whose husband was wrongfully imprisoned there.

The usual cast from the last few previous sequels return once more, but most of them, including the annoying Brother Eight (Oni Tsuka) and Brother Nine (Mr. Nine), took on more supporting roles, while the main characters were the prison inmates. Them dealing with their harsh lives behind bars and them suddenly facing ghosts give a pretty unique and intriguing plot element, which was actually quite suspenseful.

The acting was quite good, but the plot, though better than some of the previous movies, was a little slow at times.

Series regular Teresa Mak returns playing another ghost, and Lan Law continues her role as the powerful Mrs. Bud Lung. Siu-Kei Lee plays a gang leader in the prison and is a welcome additional the the cast. Overall, not too bad of a ghost comedy.

Grade C


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