|Directed by||Dennis Law|
|Produced by||Dennis Law|
|Written by||Dennis Law|
|Music by||Tommy Wai|
|Edited by||Yau Chi-wai|
|Distributed by||Point of View Movie Production Co. Ltd.|
|Running time||88 minutes|
A dead foetus lives on after death inside a woman's body, existing as a Womb Ghost. Unnatural termination of such life will turn the baby into the evilest and most vicious kind of spirit.
The plot takes place mainly in a mental hospital where the women who are being impregnated mysteriously. When a young inmate had a miscarriage, the doctors tried to remove the dead fetus inside her.
Little did they know that a horrifying outcome is just one of many things that haunts their mental hospital, a non-stop horror experience where haunting begins when life ends… Only one answer can be given to the existence of such an ungodly creature, the Womb Ghost.
- Chrissie Chau as Kwok Siu-fong/Zoe Kwok
- Lam Suet as Kwok Lok
- Koni Lui as Shum Luk-ping/Winnie Shum
- Lai Lok-yi as Lei Yi-cheung/Joseph Lee
- Maggie Shiu as Madame Joyce
- Jo Koo as Ho Chi-ting/Miss T
- Shermon Tang as Jay
- Dada Lo as Wong Fong-ling/Joey Wong/Jena
The film was released on 18 March 2010 in Hong Kong. Womb Ghosts debuted as the eighth highest grossing film for the weekend on its premiere. The next week, it charted at ninth place. The film has grossed $211,004 in Hong Kong.
Twitch Film gave the film a generally favorable review while noting that "others will simply see this as another boring Asian ghost flick and it's difficult to contradict them. Even though the film is visually attractive, boasts a solid soundtrack and some decent acting, it's really not all that different from its peers." Film Business Asia gave a rating of four out of ten, stating that Womb Ghosts "has some squirmy moments but is shackled by a confused script."
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