The Kiss of Death (1973)
Reviewed by: j.crawford on 2009-12-22
Summary: solid exploitation
Prolific director Ho Meng-Hua presents a sleazy, grim slice of Hong Kong early 70's night life. Basically a female revenge movie, the scenario wastes no time getting down and dirty. Lo Lieh is pretty good as the damaged leading man. It's really Chen Ping who must carry the film and that's a daunting task for her. I got a kick seeing rubber-faced Hui Siu-Hung in one of his earliest screen appearances.
Reviewer Score: 6