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The Seventh Curse


Chow Yun-Fat, Chui Sau-Lai, Chin Siu-Ho, Maggie Cheung View All


Lam Ngai Kai (Director), Wong Jing (Screenplay), Yuen Gai-Chi (Screenplay) View All

Release: Oct. 17th, 1986
Runtime: 1 hour, 23 minutes
When Dr. Yuen attempts to rescue a girl about to be sacrificed by the Worm Tribe in the middle of a jungle in Thailand, he is damned with seven 'blood curses' and must return there to find a permanent cure.
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Along for the ride are Dick Wei's Black Dragon, a warrior and friend the doctor made in Thailand who earns his cool name and Sibelle Hu's Su, an animated journalist who won't leave the doctor alone despite his best efforts.
(I understand gross supernatural horror was a popular genre in Hong Kong cinema, but I think this one pretty blatantly takes cues from the Spielberg movie.) I do think the action-adventure mold presents a bit of a problem, in that the movie isn't terribly interested in making sense of the curse, met....


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