Cherry Ngan Cheuk-ling (left) and Ng Wing-sze in a still from The Chink, one of the short films in the omnibus feature Tales from the Occult (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Wesley Hoi Ip-sang, Fruit Chan Gor and Fung Chih-chiang. Jerry Lamb Hiu-fung co-stars.
Cherry Ngan Cheuk-ling (left) and Ng Wing-sze in a still from The Chink, one of the short films in the omnibus feature Tales from the Occult (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Wesley Hoi Ip-sang, Fruit Chan Gor and Fung Chih-chiang. Jerry Lamb Hiu-fung co-stars.

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Tales from the Occult movie review: spooky anthology by Fruit Chan and others offers fun departures from Hong Kong cinema’s usual horror output

  • Lower-budget horror movies are experiencing a renaissance in Hong Kong as borders remain a barrier to co-productions with China – enter Tales from the Occult
  • The film is split into three segments, written and directed by three filmmakers, including Fruit Chan. Together they make an atmospheric Hong Kong horror movie

Cherry Ngan Cheuk-ling (left) and Ng Wing-sze in a still from The Chink, one of the short films in the omnibus feature Tales from the Occult (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Wesley Hoi Ip-sang, Fruit Chan Gor and Fung Chih-chiang. Jerry Lamb Hiu-fung co-stars.
Cherry Ngan Cheuk-ling (left) and Ng Wing-sze in a still from The Chink, one of the short films in the omnibus feature Tales from the Occult (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Wesley Hoi Ip-sang, Fruit Chan Gor and Fung Chih-chiang. Jerry Lamb Hiu-fung co-stars.
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