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Ahh yes, the perfect choice to wash away the bad taste of watching a highly atrocious and pointless "horror" movie. Sammo hits gold by combining the supernatural, comedy and martial arts, setting the standard for other similar films to come. Delivering to the movie world one of the best concepts in decades: the jumping vampire/living dead zombie. Some of the comedy is, like other Sammo flicks, sometimes a bit of a hit and miss. It comes with the package, but if you don't mind that you will be pleased with great fight sequences and all sort of wacky and creative scenes and characters. Loved the final sequence, hit that bitch Sammo!
Incredibly awesome mixture of comedy, horror and kung fu. Hung is wonderful as the boisterous Courageous Cheung, who takes on a dare to spend the evening in a haunted tomb (a great scene) and spends the rest of the film trying to avoid being killed by an evil warlock. The last shot of this film is as shocking as it is funny. Apparantly inspired Raimi for Evil Dead 2 & 3 and Sammo inspired Ash's rise to a cocky but lovable hero. Worth seeing many, many times.
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