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Shao Lin jiang shi (Shaolin vs. Evil Dead) (2004)

Shao Lin jiang shi (Shaolin vs. Evil Dead) (2004)

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The action-filled supernatural fantasy Shaolin vs. Evil Dead stars martial arts superstar Gordon Liu (of Kill Bill fame) as Brother White, a roving priest and maestro of all things supernatural. During his latest mission - one that involves accompanying several vampires to their burial site - he stumbles across his old nemesis, the vile Brother Black (Louis Fan), whose modus operandi involves annihilating the souls of the dead in lieu of guiding them to a higher plane of reincarnation. Black's intense envy of Brother White drives him to the point of summoning a towering, seemingly unstoppable evil which White must draw on all of his resources to combat.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Comedy , Horror
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In Theaters:
 wide
On DVD:
Runtime:
Studio:
Wu Tang Collection

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Cast

Gordon Liu
as Pak/Brother White
Louis Fan
as Hak/Brother Black
Jacky Woo
as Yat/Sun

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Amusingly cartoony tale of Taoist monks fighting demons and Chinese vampires, y'know, those odd hopping ones. An alright rental, but it end on a cliffhanger that leads into a sequel that I unfortunately saw first, so I was a bit blah on this film. Still an alright rental, give it a look.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant
½

this is a b movie, the zombies hop around with tag on their foreheads, its bad and its worth a watch, the final fight is hilarious since it runs through the credits, "i need a virgins pee" need i say more?

Frank Torres
Frank Torres

Oh dear. I approached this hoping for more of the kind of martial arts comic mayhem provided by the like of Mr Vampire and A Chinese Ghost Story. Instead I got a cross between a school pantomime and Scooby, no SCRAPPY Doo. Pitifully directed, dreadfully dubbed, and by the time the "plot" had descended into a kind of live action version of Pokemon, I reached for the OFF switch post-haste.

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