Human Lanterns (1982)
Reviewed by: pjshimmer on 2005-02-27
Summary: agree with Mr. Booth
Possibly the finest example of creativity and artistry from the Shaw Brothers, Human Lantern is dark and classy. The horror element is quite tame and shouldn't put anyone off who has minimum tolerance. On the other hand, the choreography, photography, cinematography, dialog, story, and acting are all outstanding. Tony Liu Yung, Chen Kuan Tai, and Lo Lieh give the performance of their career.