Vampire vs. Vampire 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This is another film in the long line of “Mr. Vampire” Hong Kong horror & action films, however it wasn’t quite as entertaining. In this film one-eyebrow-priest and his two bumbling disciples are raising a baby vampire (!) and struggling to discover the cause of poisoned river in their home town. Their quest is complicated by the arrival of a group of nuns and the ghost of a dead prostitute.
While the plot synopsis might sound amusing, instead, I found it to be silly. Some gags were good…But they went too far with the ‘baby vampire’ whose slapstick gags, strange makeup and weird ‘dolphin sounds’ were annoying and strange rather than ‘cute and endearing.’
Ching-Ying Lam directs and stars in this lackluster sequel to this Classic Hong Kong comedy series.
About Vampire vs. Vampire (2003)
Starring: Joanna Chan, Jing Chen, Siu-hou Chin, Maria Cordero, Regina Kent,
Runtime: 86 minutes
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