猛鬼咒
Devil's Curse (1988)
Alias: Devil Curse
Country: 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
  Film Line Enterprises
  Lucky Star (H.K.) Film Co.
 
Production Manager
  George Ng Ka-Kui
 
Presenter
  George Ng Ka-Kui
 
 
 
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.