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色降 (1991)
Witchcraft Vs Curse
Alias: 茅山鬥降頭
Alias: Witchcrft Us Curse
Alias: Witchcrftvs Curse
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Newport 
Genres: Adult  Horror 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 04/20/1991 - 05/01/1991
Box Office: HK $4,354,383
 
Directors
  Fong Yau
  Hoh Tin-Shing
  Ho Lin-Chow
 
Screenwriters
  Fong Yau
  Hoh Tin-Shing
 
Producer
  Ching Shing
 
 
Cast
  Ng Gong (2) ... Fu Yuk Lung
  Tsang Siu-Yin ... Pai Lin
  Chung Yim-Hung ... Yip Hung
  Nishiwaki Michiko ... Simol
  Yeung Chak-Lam ... Ku Tin Yau
  Kwan Hoi-San    
  To Shut-Ngai    
  Chan Tak-Hei    
  Chan Ling-Chi    
 
Production Company
  Hop Chung Film (H.K.) Co. Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Newport Films Distribution Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Yuen Kwok-Hon
 
Story
  Ma Oi-Lin
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Ling-Chi
 
Cinematographer
  Gap Hak-Chung
 
Art Director
  Chan Tak-Hei
 
Makeup
  Lun Chi-Ha
 
Editor
  Cheng Keung   Cheng Ka-Hung
 
Props
  Ng Wai-Fan
 
Sound Recordist
  Chang Hua (1)
 
Music
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
Presenter
  Jintana Ferreira
 
Planning
  Chow Bo-Aau   Lau Chung-Chuen
 
Production Manager
  Fong Yuen-Shing
 
Unit Manager
  Ma Oi-Lin
 
Foley
  Wong Chok-Poon
 
Cantonese Dialogue
  Alexander Lee Chung-Keung
 
Mandarin Dialogue
  Wong Seun
 
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  Thailand
 
 
Summary
  Hung is disappointed when her man, Yuk Lung, becomes engaged to pretty Pai Lin. Hung and her scheming mother engage a sorcerer, Ko Yin Yau, to place a spell on him. Yuk Lung becomes possessed by the Adultery Ghost, and he leaves Pai Lin in the middle of having sex with her, going to Hung. Pai Lin and her friend Nancy rush to Thailand, seeking the help of another sorcerer, Simol. The title alludes to the battle of the two spell-casters, through their two hosts. Along the way, plenty of excuses are found to get all the clothes off a number of lovely young women.