1985 happened 30 years ago and so did I. Now I’m watching all of the movies from the year of my birth. Yes, all of them.
Release Date: November 7, 1985 (Hong Kong)
Cast: Lam Ching-Ying, Chin Siu-Ho, Ricky Hui, Moon Lee, Billy Lau, Siu Fong Wong, Wah Yeun and Ha Huang
Writer(s): Ricky Lau, Szeto Cheuk-Hon, Barry Wong, Ying Wong
Synopsis: A Taoist preist and his two disciples face-off against the hopping vampire corpse of a village elder.
Review: Last week my friends Big Willy and The Samurai at The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnight Cinema announced that they’d be reviewing Mr. Vampire on their next episode and I thought, “holy shit, that’s on my list!” So I got in touch with the gents, asked to be on the show and something like 48 hours later we were recording.
I should say, this podcast is 2 hours and 45 minutes long and we don’t get to Mr. Vampire until about the 2 hour mark. Still if you want to hear an in-depth discussion on Zodiac as well as some brief thoughts on classics like Zipperface and Sidekicks, you should give this a listen.
I should also say that we started recording at 2am on Saturday night and didn’t wrap up until 5am Sunday morning. If I sound tired, it’s because I am.
I’ll be back tomorrow with a non-podcast entry in the series.
Better Off Dead or The Sure Thing: The Sure Thing
Next Up: Clue