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猛鬼咒 (1988)
Devil's Curse
Alias: Devil Curse
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Adult  Horror 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
 
Director
  To Man-Bo
 
 
Cast
  Emily Chu Bo-Yee ... Chan Che's wife
  Kwan Hoi-San ... Taoist priest
  Alan Chan Kwok-Kuen ... Chan Che's friend
  Ku Feng ... Wizard
  Yip Yuk-Ping ... Chuma
  Sun Xing ... Chan Che
  Chow Kong (1) ... Chan Che's friend
  Chu Kong ... Chan Che's friend
  Kei Ho-Chiu ... Doggy
  Lung Ying (2) ... Attacker
  Yuen Fai ... Attacker
  Leung Hung (2)    
 
Production Companies
  Filmline Enterprises
  Lucky Star (H.K.) Film Co.
 
Cinematographer
  Ho Hak-Wai
 
Lighting
  Chiu Tak-Ting
 
Makeup
  Chiu Tak-Leuk
 
Editor
  Cheng Keung
 
Music
  Chang Gong-Wa (1)
 
Presenter
  Chang Tsung-Lung
  George Ng Ka-Kui
 
Chief Producer
  George Ng Ka-Kui
 
F/X
  Wong Wan-To
 
Recording Studio
  Wong's Recording Studio
 
Foley
  Wong Chok-Poon
 
Dialogue
  Wong Seun
  Law Kit
 
Laboratory
  Union Film Laboratory, Limited
 
Subtitles
  Norman Production
 
 
Summary
  Not to be confused with Devil Sorcery, which was made around the same time, has some of the same actors, and a similar story. A young couple listen to the advice of their uncle, a taoist priest. He gives them a long (and totally inscrutable) spiel, possibly about avoiding demons, though it's hard to tell. Then the young man, Chan Che, takes a business trip to Bangkok, where he bumps into lovely Thai girl Chuma, who just happens to be a witch, and the daughter of a wizard. She casts a spell on Che, so that he'll love her. Che returns to HK and his wife, and he starts to act strangely. Through her evil statue-god, Chuma turns the man into a raging wife-killer. The taoist priest is eventually called in for a spirit battle with the works.