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Fei Zhou Han Shang  

Fai Chow Woh Gwing [cantonese spelling]
Fei Zhou Han Shang [mandarin spelling]

AKA's: African Buddhist Monk / Crazy Safari / Deuses Devem (Mesmo) Estar Loucos, Os / Gods Must Be Crazy 3, The / Jetzt Noch Mehr Verrückte Götter / Vampires Must Be Crazy

Release date: 1991 Hong Kong
Running time: 81' (cover 82') - Source: VHS PAL
Rating: Germ.: 6; US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Billy Chan Wai-Ngai (Mad Mad Ghost 1992; New Mr. Vampire 1987)
Producer: Win's Movie Productions / Samico Films Production / Golden Harvest
Score: Lowell Lo Koon-Ting / John Weddepohl
Writer: Barry Wong Ping-Yiu
Director of photography: Henry Chan / Jamie Uys


Summary: A strange rain starts, although it is not the rainy season yet: Coca Cola is falling from the sky, followed by a pilot - without a parachute! The Chinese Sam (Christopher Chan) and the monk (Lam Ching Ying) have parachutes, but they end up in the brambles. And then there's also the slightly vampiric ancestor of Sam, whose corpse Sam just acquisited in London. Revived by the monk and remote-controlled with a little bell, the little zombie (Peter Chan Lung) should actually hop home to China to finally find eternal peace...

Our Ranking

short review:

Abstruse blend of Chinese vampire myth (the typical hopping vampire who can be banned through magic yellow papers pinned to his forehead) and an African bushmen confronted with modern technology. The main focus of this so-called comedy is on situations resulting from this culture clash. Very unique, unfortunately it isn't neither funny nor good.

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