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A taxi driver and a cargo truck driver travel to a remote village that's rumored to be haunted in this chilling ghost story from director Herman Yau (The Untold Story, Ebola Syndrome). Recruited big spender Pony (Julian Cheung) for his remarkable ability to find any location imaginable, a skilled taxi driver known as "Map King" (Gordon Lam) reluctantly agrees to guide a cargo truck to the Moon and Sun Village for a sizable paycheck. While Pony remains elusive about the contents of his cargo, he's determined to deliver his payload at all costs. On the road, the pair communicates by CB, and Pony pesters Map King about the ominous rumors surrounding Moon and Sun Village. Eventually, Map King opens up, relaying a disturbing ghost story involving a gang of armed bandits, a widow (Michelle Ye) who ran a local inn, and her portly son. The closer that Pony and Map King get to Moon and Sun Village, the darker the details of the grim legend become.