New Mr. Vampire (1986)
Riding the wave of the enormously popular 1985 smash hit Mr. Vampire, this film -- directed by Billy Chan -- offers more of the same. Master Chin (Chung Fat) and Priest Wu are feuding brothers vying for a chance to bury the brother of a local crime boss. When Chin manages to snag the potently lucrative job, Wu strikes back by bringing the corpse back to life as a vampire. While Chin and his underlings are trying to stop the undead lad from sucking anyone's blood, grave robber Wang Choi (Chin Siu ho) steals into the grounds and accidentally breaths into the mouth of a beautiful female body. The incident mysteriously revives the lass as a semi-dead automaton who imitates everyone's actions. The woman turns out to be Hsu-wan (Pauline Wong), the beloved concubine of a crazed general who is furious that anyone disturbed her grave. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi … More
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