Yi boh laai beng duk (Ebola Syndrome)
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Yi boh laai beng duk (Ebola Syndrome)
Even more gruesome and excessive than his notorious 1993 horror film The Untold Story, this bloody Category III sleazefest from Hong Kong director Herman Yau has earned its considerable reputation among gorehounds and Asian horror cultists as among the most cringe-inducing films of its kind. Anthony Wong, who had starred in Yau's previous film, gives one of his most unnerving performances as Kai, who has been a fugitive in South Africa for a decade after committing a trio of brutal murders in 1986. In the present, he is seen working at his illegal low-wage job as a cook at a Chinese… More

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"Como trash assumido, tem seus bons momentos de sangue e humor - este último vindo principalmente das péssimas atuações."
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
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