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山村老屍II色之惡鬼 (2000)
A Wicked Ghost II: The Fear
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Ghost 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 09/21/2000 - 10/18/2000
Box Office: HK $407,346
 
Director
  Francis Nam Chi-Wai
 
Screenwriters
  Mickey Man Cheung
  Tony Leung Hung-Wah
 
Action Choreographer
  James Ha Chim-Si
 
Producer
  Tony Leung Hung-Wah
 
 
Cast
  Ken Wong Hop-Hey ... Master Li
  Alice Chan Wai ... Peanut / Hwa Yuet May
  Angie Cheong Wai-Yee ... Coffee / Suet
  Joey Man Yee-Man ... Blue / Tift
  Joyce Chan Yin-Hang ... Clever
  Isa Chow Yan-Yan (1) ... Ada
  Wu Kai-Kwong (1) ... Willis Tao
  Bill Wu Man-Biu    
  Man Yeung Ching-Wa ... Serial pervert
  James Ha Chim-Si ... Coffee's tae kwan do opponent
  Tony Tam Jan-Hung    
  Tang Wing-San ... Officer Hwang
  Lee Kin-Yan ... Balm
 
Production Company
  Matrix Productions Company Limited
 
Filming Company
  Times Production Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Lee Ping-Leung   Pinky Yau Kwan-Ping
 
Script Supervisor
  Irene Tang Hoi-Shan
 
Director of Photography
  Yip Wai-Ying
 
Gaffer
  Ko Wing-Chai
 
Costume Designer
  Ng Tin-Sang
 
Costume
  Shing Fuk-Ying
 
Makeup
  Brian Lau Shui-Yin
 
Hair Dressing
  Kuen Che
 
Editor
  Ng Wang-Hung (1)
 
Props
  Chu Tak-Keung
 
Music Compile
  Simon Leung Chi-Wa   Tony Tam Jan-Hung
 
Planning
  James Ha Chim-Si
 
Production Manager
  Bill Wu Man-Biu
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Martin Tsang Moon-Ping
 
Still Photographer
  Edwin Yuen Yuk-Wah
 
Firearms
  Props Co., Ltd.
 
CGI Effects
  Asia Legend Limited
 
Recording Studio
  True Technic Limited   Magic Sound Studio
 
Mixing Studio
  True Technic Limited
 
Equipment
  Toplight Engineering Limited
 
Film Stock
  Just Time Co. Ltd.
 
Laboratory
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Subtitle Production
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
 
Summary
  When policeman Cha-siu fails to arrest a wanted rapist at a construction site, the suspect's dismembered legs, left arm and torso turn up in three separate locations of the site. Cha-siu commits suicide with an unexplained smile on his face, leaving Inspector Li and his on-the-job girlfriend Peanut to find the missing right arm. The mystery surrounding the case also arouses the curiosity of Balm and Coffee from Moon Weekly magazine. Author Blue who is collecting materials for her new novel also takes interest after giving a tape recorder to a young woman called Ada who has gone blind after watching a horror movie. Their separate investigations come to a dead end - literally - with Balm jumping to his death after meeting the spirit of the dead rapist and Ada stabbing herself through the head with a kitchen knife. Accidentally, Ada's tape recorder is played back at high speed and out of the background noise Blue and Master Li can discern the name of Peanut's grandmother who died 93 years ago...