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Podcast on Fire 85: Vampire Season #3 – Mr. Vampire III (1987) & Mr. Vampire Saga 4 (1988)

The ‘Vampire Season’ is growing legs and so was the Hong Kong vampire genre as you’ll find out as Stoo and Ken go in depth on Mr. Vampire III (that took a dark turn) and Mr. Vampire Saga 4 (that took an unexpected casting turn). Note that at the 53 minute 40 second mark there is a stoppage in audio as Ken talks of Loletta Lee and it’ll pick up as he speaks about Chin Kar-lok. This is due to a piece of small audio being lost during recording. Sorry about that.

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Mr. Vampire 3 (1987)


When a Taoist Conman, Ming (Richard Ng) comes to town, he is confronted by a another Taoist Priest (Lam Ching-Ying) and his group witch hunters. The Taoist Priest has little time to explain their current situation when a group of horse ridden Witches storm through the village killing its towns people. The Taoist Priest mange’s to contain two of these ghastly bandits. Now the two priests join forces and plan on stopping this evil witch once and for all.

Ming a Taoist Conman, as stated above. He cons people by making false exorcisms, with the ghosts of his two cousins. Upon the opening of the film we see him working his magic against a couple of punters, but they really where Ghosts so Ming finds out. Yes, he finds out the hard way. Ming decides to take refuge in the nearby town with the Taoist Priest, but the priest assistant, Chiang (Billy Lau) doesn’t like him one bit… Read the rest of this entry »

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