Inner Senses (2002)
Reviewed by: pjshimmer on 2003-01-18
Summary: To sum it up,
1. This movie is NOT ONE BIT SCARY. Believe me, I wanted it to be, but the more I wanted, the less scary it was. I know it wanted to achieve some scare, but it didn't happen. The scariest moment was when some guy hits Leslie Cheung's head. Does that sound scary?

2. I personally found the last part the best of the whole. I disagree that the first part showed promise; it was cliched stuff that you see in every ghost movie, nothing that I wouldn't have expected, and no suspense. I think the final flash back is very sweet, and it makes up for the dull beginning.

I'm glad to see Derek Yee in the "making of." He is actually younger than Leslie Cheung but looks a bit older. But Yee is easily the more handsome of the two today.

So watch this movie and be surprised or be unsurprised.