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Devil, The

"The Devil" is a typical example of early 80's gross Hong Kong horror.A loving family's world is turned upside down when a stranger named Chao arrives and ends up marrying into the family.He has conned them all because he is not the kind and caring person he at first appears to be,in fact he is a ruthless devil intent on stealing everything the family has...

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"The Devil" is a typical example of early 80's gross Hong Kong horror.A loving family's world is turned upside down when a stranger named Chao arrives and ends up marrying into the family.He has conned them all because he is not the kind and caring person he at first appears to be,in fact he is a ruthless devil intent on stealing everything the family has.The cruelty gets out of control and results in the death of one of the family elders.Finally the forces of dark sorcery are called upon to attempt to exact a violent revenge.This absolutely revolting horror film is definitely not for the easily offended.Bodies are ripped open to show the insect covered entrails within,blood squirts,kung-fu ghosts attack,tons of maggots are regurgitated amidst waves of green bile,faces are bashed in and many more.The death scene of the man who threatened Chao at his wedding has to be seen to be believed.He throws up live worms,centipedes and snakes,amidst slime and blood and is burned alive by some town people.The special effects by Cheng Yu Feng are surprisingly effective and the cast is pretty good.Overall,if you like bizarre Asian horror films you can't go wrong.

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AKA:Devil's Express
Director:Jen Chieh Chang
Year:1981
Language:English
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Hung Lieh Chen Mei Hua Chen Shao Tung Chou Wai Hung Ho Wen-pin Liu Yin-shang Liu

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