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小生怕怕 (1982)
Till Death Do We Scare

Reviewed by: Tonic
Date: 04/08/2006

Wow I can't believe no one spotted Tom Savini in the opening credits! You can really spot his work in this film, the special effects makeup is good.

The comedy is good, the Deltamac DVD is kind enough to include where the play-on-words for peoples names occur too.

Expect to be humming the theme tune to this film after you've finished watching. Well recommended for fans of HK horror / comedy or even horror of the english variety.

Reviewer Score: 7

Reviewed by: Yellow Hammer
Date: 05/10/2001

Irene (Olivia Cheng) has had lots of bad luck with her husbands. Her first husband, B-actor Walter Fink (David Chiang) was run over by a construction truck. Her second husband, mob boss Butcher Man, was killed at her wedding by a flying bird flying into his mouth. Her third husband, the priest presiding at her 2nd wedding Steward Pig (Raymond Wong) was killed after their wedding when he saw the ghosts of the first two husbands. Together, the three ghosts conspire to set her up with a radio personality, Alan (Alan Tam). Amusing film and one of the more popular films back in 1982.

Reviewed by: jfierro
Date: 12/21/1999

Pretty amusing older comedy about a cursed widow whose three previoushusbands have died on their wedding day. In order to save her from a life of sorrow, they use their ghostly powers to set her up with the goofy Alan Tam.