虐之戀
Love to Kill (1993)


Reviewed by: tommyman
Date: 03/01/2005
Summary: An average horror/thriller

This movie is quite fun to watch though the script is sub-par. Anthony Wong really saved the movie with his, as usual, good performance as a sick-minded husband. I found out that Danny Lee was quite annoyning in this movie for his over-the-top acting; he had always been better in his previous movies. And Elizabeth Lee was so easy-on-the-eye; she was still young and beautiful in the movie. The bloody finale is worth checking out!

This movie would have been more than average if the maker had given more attention to improve many goofy dialogues and unconvincing situations.


Reviewed by: leh
Date: 12/09/1999

After the success of Untold Story, Lee and Wong are reunitedas policeman and psycho respectively. The filmmakers seem to have run out of true cases, because this is pure fantasy. It's actually a very good (though sadistic and gory) horror movie, where Lee hides Wong's tortured wife while Wong goes increasingly nutty. Of course, he mets his grisly end in a bloody finale.


Reviewed by: hkcinema
Date: 12/08/1999

Erotic Thriller (Rated III). This movie plays on the theme of Sleeping With the Enemy, complete with battered wife, detestable husband, and victimized mom. Check this one out!

[Reviewed by Anonymous]