Gordon Liu Chia-hui plays Chang Kie, an escaped convict who is trying to prove his innocence by apprehending the real guilty party.
Desperate to avoid the authorities, he joins a party of corpse herders bringing a party of hopping corpses – Chinese vampires – back for a burial.
Rather than mingle with the living and risk getting sent back to prison, Chang pretends to be a hopping corpse and proves especially troublesome for the corpse herders until he can get to the man who framed him!
Wonder Woman 1984 (aka WW84) sees director Patty Jenkins return to the franchise that saved the DCEU. It is hard to believe this is the ninth film in the DCEU, Read more
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