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Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 20 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
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Just a quick correction, it’s a movie out of Hong Kong, not China.
Jiang Shi! The hopping vampire
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“Free Nip” heh heh James said free the nip.
28 Days Later is back up if anyone wants to see it.
I prefer these “older” films. To me, horror films made before 1992 appeal to me more.
I know you titled the video “A Chinese Ghost Story,” but I don’t think you ever say the name of the movie throughout your entire review. At :46 secs. into the video, you just start talking about the pre-movie credits and then go straight into the film itself.
As this movie was produced in 1987, a full 10 years before Hong Kong was handed over to the PRC by the British, I feel the title ought to be, ‘A Chinese Ghost Story (Hong Kong, 1987)’.
Great review looks fun!
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I saw this because it was listed on my book “1,001 Movies You Must See Before You Die”. I thought it was funny.
That rap song is brilliant. Looked it up on YouTube, and now it’s in my favorites 🙂
“James social credit score has increased”.
wow people really can’t talk about anything from China like a normal person anymore without the same shitty jokes, huh.
anyway this movie is a classic. Hong Kong was at the peak of its game in those days
fornicating dogs does he mean f*cking b*itches?
I was not expecting all that crazy shit in a horror movie
China was making a ton of ghost story movies and comedies all the way up until the end of the ’90s. It all ended when China’s government decided to install and enforce the Chinese Communist Party.
A friend of mine likes watching weird films, and I saw this with bad subtitles on Dailymotion. It was so bizarre, but oddly moving, and the Chinese folklore expressed by practical effects, and the wuxia elements were inspired. And that was one bad ass Daoist scholar.
A classic Hong Kong horror movie. If anyone is interested in some amazing non-comedy HK horror films, I’d highly recommend “Dumplings” and “Dream Home”.
This looks stupid crazy. I love how original all the monsters look. Definitely Hong Kong / China has some ancient folklore that not many of us in America knows about. And when I mean America, I mean the continent, I’m from Costa Rica. Even chinese people here are very silent about their culture
Back in the ’80s the Hong Kong Entertainment industry was a thing. the Singer of this movie’s soundtrack was Leslie cheung(1956-2003), the main actor and he was basically Justin timbelake of ’80s Hong Kong.
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