殺人渡假屋
Resort Massacre (2000)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Thriller 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Release Date: 05/18/2000
Box Office: HK $70,746.00
 
Director
  Bowie Lau Bo-Yin
 
Script
  Cary Cheng Kim-Fung
 
Producer
  Lee Siu-Kei
 
 
Cast
  Sophie Ngan Chin-Man ... Mayse
  Mark Cheng Ho-Nam ... Paul
  Helena Law Lan ... Mrs. Lim
  William Ho Ka-Kui ... Uncle Hoi
  Lam Suet (1) ... Joey
  Shelley Cheung Siu-Wai ... Lucky Ma
  Cherry Chan Chiu-Chiu ... Phoebe
  Samuel Leung Cheuk-Moon ... Sunny
  Lee Siu-Kei ... Officer Li
  Sunny Luk Kim-Ching ... Policeman
  Kenneth Lau Hau-Wai    
  Shirley Hung Suet-Ying ... Julie
  Tsui Ling-Ling    
  Lawrence Lau Sek-Yin    
  Irene Luk Yue-Cheung ... Insurance agent
  Lau Kam-Lan    
  Au Ka-Chun ... Joey (child)
  Kan Chan-Leung ... joey (teen)
  Simon Cheung Yuk-San ... Policeman
 
Production Company
  Matrix Productions Company Limited
 
Filming Company
  Bad Boy Film Culture Company Ltd.
 
Production Manager
  Irene Kong Oi-Ling
 
Sound Recordist
  James Tse Yiu-Kei
  Magic Sound Studio
 
Script Supervisor
  Tang Hoi-Shan
 
Planning
  Bowie Lau Bo-Yin
 
Lighting
  Kam Fook-Shing
 
Makeup
  Jeng Yue-Lai
 
Props
  Hui Lung-Wa
 
Cinematographer
  Jimmy Kwok Chun-Ming
 
Editor
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
 
Costume Designer
  Lee Pik-Kwan
 
Sound Editor
  Woo Cho-Cheung
 
Assistant Director
  Pinky Yau Gwan-Ping
 
Hair Stylist
  Lau Wai-Hing
 
Composer
  Tommy Wai (2)
 
 
 
Summary
 

Mentally disabled Joey is now over thirty and running the Sunshine Resorts inn with his elderly mother, Mrs Lim. He had his eyesight damaged as a child staring at an eclipse in Cheung Chau; but he likes to listen, recording his violent Uncle Hoi having sex. Women have been going missing after renting room thirteen at the inn, presumed suicides. But Joey knows better. Mayse, a journalist out of place at a trashy magazine, is ordered to investigate but sends Julie in her place. When Julie cant be reached for two days, Mayse heads to Cheung Chau herself to solve the mystery...