Ebola Syndrome (2007) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Original Cantonese Language
Optional English Subtitles
Dolby Digital audio
16 x 9 Anamorphic Widescreen
Original 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
Audio commentary with Anthony Wong and Herman Yau
Interview with the director Herman Yau
Never before seen deleted scenes!
Kai San is a sleazy and despicable bastard of the most epic proportions! After being caught screwing the wife of his boss, he goes on a killing spree and flees Hong Kong. 10 years later, Kai finds himself working as a restaurant chef in South Africa. Overworked, underpaid, berated, and extorted by the restaurant owners who know of his fugitive status, Kai is a ticking timebomb…
While visiting an ebola infected tribe to purchase some discount meat for the restaurant, Kai takes time out of his busy schedule to rape a sick native woman on his way back to work. Fortunately for our anti-hero, he’s a one in a million kind of guy- the kind that recovers from Ebola, yet continues to carry and spread the disease. Now he’s mad, and he’s not gonna take it anymore! Kai embarks on an over the top killing/raping/Ebola-spreading rampage unlike anything you have ever seen! The Ebola burgers are hot on the grill, and thebodily fluids are flowing freely!
Discotek is proud to present Ebola Syndrome in all of its debauched glory, as it is one of the funniest, most entertaining movies we have ever watched! Directed by Herman Yau (The Untold Story), and starring Anthony Wong (Infernal Affairs, Storm Riders, Hard Boiled) in a truly brilliant performance, Ebola Syndrome offers up plenty of gore and sex, tempered with a wicked sense of humor. Bon appetit!
About Ebola Syndrome (2007)
Starring: Anthony Wong Chau-Sang, Yeung Ming Wan, Fui-On Shing, Wong Tsui-ling, Miu-Ying Chan
Runtime: 98 minutes
Director: Herman Yau