Mr. Vampire
Mr. Vampire (1985)

Ricky Lau directs this fantastically successful horror yarn that successfully fused high-flying slapstick with creepy genre atmospherics. The film opens with Taoist priest Kau (Lam Ching-ying) along with his two hapless assistants, Chou… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: October 19, 1999
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Aj V
Not our average vampire movie. The title is a little misleading as well since the main character is not the vampire, and there are ghosts in the movie as well… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
There used to be a time where there was no other film industry in the world, and i really mean none, making genre films as fun and diverse as the films made in… More
Dean McKenna
There are great fight sequences and a great story and acting. The martial-arts scenes are the best parts of the movie, but the horror-comedy sequences are still… More
Christopher Brown
Fun and fast moving horror/comedy with some fantastic moments. I'm really beginning to love a lot of these Hong Kong horrors.
xGary Xx
Extemely silly chop-socky fun featuring incompetent monks battling hopping chinese vampires. Yet another film Quentin Tarantino "borrowed" from in his… More
Wu Chouin
A Vampire/Kung-Fu/Comedy/Fantasy. One of the most original and entertaining films to come out of Hong Kong. Also, probably one of the best movies to come out… More