|Mandarin||qu mo dao zhang|
|Directed by||Wu Ma|
|Produced by||Lee Jan-Gei|
|Cinematography||James Wu Kuo-Ren
|Edited by||Wong Jing-Cheung
Bao Shiung Film & Communication Co. Ltd.
Exorcist Master (驅魔道長) is a 1992 Hong Kong film directed by Wu Ma and starring Wu Ma and Lam Ching-ying. It is a spin-off of the 1985 Hong Kong movie Mr. Vampire, Lam Ching-ying reprises his role as a Taoist Priest.
Priest Wu (Wu Ma) is due to re-open a church after a priest died there twenty years ago, Uncle Nine (Lam Ching-ying) recommends he does not re-open the church but Priest Wu goes ahead. The priest who died there becomes a vampire who wants to turn everyone in the town into a vampire.
- Lam Ching-ying as Master Chiou (Uncle Nine)
- Wu Ma as Priest Wu
- Collin Chou as Star (Yao-lung Chou)
- Wing-Cho Yip as The Mayor
- Hung Yue as Anny
- Shen Yuen as Priest Shen
- Chia-chun Chen as Yue Liang
- Tzu-yu Yang as David
- Exorcist Master on IMDb
- Exorcist Master at the Hong Kong Movie DataBase
- Exorcist Master at Hong Kong Cinemagic
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