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飄移凶間 (2005)
Demoniac Flash

Reviewed by: White Dragon
Date: 11/16/2005
Summary: The curse of Tony Leung Hung Wah strikes again,,,

Three individuals residing at the upmarket Rose Villa estate find their creepy experiences strangely intertwining; illustrator May Luk (Nicola Cheung) is beset by spooky dreams and a worrying set of psychological upsets, Ken Mo (Anthony Wong) remains wheelchair bound after the death of his son, and Lok Chi Sau (Sam Lee) house-sits for a friend while he’s on vacation – everyone ends up crossing paths under strange circumstances.

Though more polished than his prior films, Tony Leung Hung-Wah serves up another of his famous slap-dash B productions. Narrative is confused as his characters, and the editing near destroys any semblance of sense. Pretty ordinary overall and near telemovie in plotting thanks to its over-abundance of primary characters. Neither particularly frightening, as one would expect of a horror film, nor emotionally engaging at even a rudimentary level. A disappointment for all involved, but most of all...the viewer.

Reviewer Score: 2