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Directors Wellson Chin Sing-wai and Danny Ko Lam-pau spin this omnibus supernatural horror flick. The first tale concerns a lass named Poon Ka-sze (Sheila Chan Sak-lan) whose fiancé is killed in an auto accident in Mainland China while on a business trip. A little later, she is more than a little surprised when her would-be-husband shows up on her doorstep with some ugly gashes on his chest and neck. For a while, their life is all bliss until he starts decomposing. The next section centers around Li Man-kit (Bowie Lan Bo-yee), a thuggish truck driver who is killed in a crash on a lonely stretch of highway. Three years later, he is roused back into consciousness, only to discover that he is occupying the body of upper-class denizen Raymond (Anthony Wong). Li's attempts at returning to his former life are thwarted because his wife simply does not believe that Li might be inhabiting Raymond's body. Instead, Li grows comfortable in Raymond's tony lifestyle. The only problem is Raymond's wife Jessica has some bizarre predilections. Li quickly realizes that Raymond and his wife practiced cannibalism and Jessica is more than a little baffled at her husband's sudden queasiness at dining on people.