Chow broke through a symbol of the ancestor of Wu in a snake hole accidentally when he went hunting for treasures 19 years ago. It then made the snake’s evil able to harm people. After 19 years old, it makes her daughter kill the people around her. Yuk’s boyfriend Siu Kit is then asked for help from the wizard. They cooperate altogether to defeat the evil in order to stop him to injuring more people…
Nip Chi Wah had just been released from prison, he went to Shunzhen to help Ling smuggling to Hong Kong. In Shunzhen, he was seduced by a mysterious girl Amy. Amy left suddenly, but Nip could not forget this fatal attraction. Ling and Nip had different characters, however, when Nip helped Ling to treat her wound, they could not avoid the body temptation, finally they made love. Ling thus fell deeply for Nip, but Nip treated this as an one night stand. Carbon noticed that Nip neglected Ling, one the other hand, Nip wasted a lot of effort to find Amy. Carbon showed sympathy to Ling and try to get close to her. Nip found Amy at last. In fact, Amy was the mistress of Brother Chow, who was in jail and would be released soon. Amy was rebellious and fond of playing love games, so she tempted Nip to chase her. Nip could not resist her attraction, he tried every means to court her with no fear of the threat from Chow’s gang. Ling left Nip with a broken heart……
A married couple breaks up as the wife charges her hubby with infidelity. Not determined to let his fractured nuptials get him down, hubby bumps (and grinds) into an old flame and romance (baw chicka wah wah) rekindles. Wifey comes back into the pic and a bunch of lame reasons to show ever loving naked skin ensue.
- Red Room 1: The Forbidden King Game (1999) aka Akai misshitsu (heya): Kindan no ôsama geemu
- Red Room 2 : The Broken Dolls (2000) aka Shin akai misshitsu (heya): Kowareta ningyô-tachi
Tanaka is a yakuza who collects ‘protection money’ from establishments. He has just been released from jail, where he had spent eight years, and finds out that his boss wants to get rid of him. Tanaka is not an archetypal yakuza; he travels by public transport. But he does have two mistresses: Ayumi, who runs a nightclub, and Yoshie, a brothel-keeper. When Tanaka’s boss ends up in hospital, second man Kurauchi exerts increasing pressure on Tanaka. Tanaka deliberately has himself wounded by a fighter to dodge several of Kurauchi’s demands.
Shion is the most merciless assassin of the Magnificat crime group. However, when her hand and heart hesitate to murder the man she loves, her superior marks her for death. Torn from the crime lords who were her only family, Shion must choose between a life of killing and a life on the run.
A man with a troubled past including incest with a younger sister and the murder of a woman travels to an isolated countryside town in Nagano. There a local who mistakes him for a famous television actor shows him the town’s sites, including a strip bar in which the performers remove Heian era costumes. The film’s narrative is in an allegorical and disjointed manner with references to Buddhist concepts. The title bears no relation to the story, and there are no masturbation scenes in the film. Loosely based on Kenji Nakagami’s short story Aragami.