Blood Sorcery DVD

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Blood Sorcery DVD

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Xiong zhou 1986 HONG KONG Ling Pang, Feng Ku, Ying-Chieh Han, Alan Chan Gwok Gwong, Git Ling Fung



  • Directed by Ling Pang
  • Starring Alan Chan Gwok Gwong, Git Ling Fung, Ying-Chieh Han, Feng Ku
  • Written by Gong-Yue Do

Blood Sorcery (1986) -- Ah Bin is a reporter during the Vietnam war. One daygoes back to Thailand for holiday. He comes across a villager Ah Kui. They become good friends. However as Ah Kius father wonder that Ah Bin will leave them alone. He then lets him drink a sorcery potion. Ah Bin goes back to work later, but he feels unpleasent and constantly misses Ah Kiu. He then secretly goes back to Thailand. Ah Kiu requests his father to let Ah Bin go, however it makes them unhappy. Finally Ah Kui dies from the sorcery potion and Ah Bins life hangs in the balance....

The flick revolves around a dude whos suffering from a curse. Happens to meet a doctor, whose Pops is also suffering from a curse. Low and behold, the curse that strickens both dudes was laid down on them by the same dark master of the arts. And this dark lord of the magic realm has serious problems letting things slide. All in all, the guy is just a pretty big douche. Even when his pleading, bleeding, crying daughter wishes him to stop he still stays head-strong about his vengeful ways. So, the story follows the formula of watching the victims struggle with being cursed, and watching the victims devise a plan to see if they can save their scaredy cat butts.

The usual stuff like worms, maggots, centipedes and snakes appearing everywhere except where they should be follows. For some reason (probably due to excessive sorcery) there is a scene at the beginning without subtitles but it only lasts for about a minute.

Blood Sorcery DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 7/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.