Vampire vs Vampire
|Vampire Vs Vampire|
|Mandarin||yī méi dàorén|
|Cantonese||jat1 mei4 dou3 jan4|
|Directed by||Lam Ching-ying|
|Produced by||Chua Lam|
|Written by||Sam Chi-leung
|Music by||Anders Nelsson
The Melody Bank
|Edited by||Peter Cheung|
|Distributed by||Golden Harvest|
|26 July 1989|
|Box office||HK$11.19 million|
Vampire Vs Vampire (一眉道人) is a 1989 Hong Kong comedy horror film directed by and starring Lam Ching-ying. The title references the interaction in the film between a jiangshi child, a creature from Chinese "hopping" corpse fiction, and a British vampire based on Western vampire fiction.
Chinese exorcist One-Eyebrow Priest (Lam Ching-ying) leads a peaceful life with two disciples Ah Ho (Chin Siu-ho) and Ah Fong (David Lui) in a small town together with a mischievous miniature jiangshi. While finding new water sources one day, the priest encounters a European vampire in the nearby church who is aided by a dead countess. Although the priest manages to get rid of the countess, his Chinese exorcism fails on the European vampire.
- Lam Ching-ying as One Eyebrow Priest
- Chin Siu-ho as Ah Hoo
- David Lui as Ah Fong
- Maria Cordero as Mother Superior
- Billy Lau as General
- Sandra Ng as General's Cousin
- Regina Kent as Nun
- Frank Juhas as European vampire
|Unknown||Japan||N/A||Towa Video||CLV / NTSC||Cantonese||Japaneses||Audio Mono|||
|1993||Hong Kong||N/A||ML091||CLV / NTSC||Cantonese||English / Chinese||Audio Mono|
|1 March 2000||Hong Kong||N/A||Joy Sales (HK)||NTSC||Cantonese, Mandarin||English, Traditional Chinese||2VCDs|||
|17 May 2002||Hong Kong||N/A||Deltamac (HK)||NTSC||ALL||Cantonese, Mandarin||Dolby Digital||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|||
|20 May 2003||United States||Unrated||Tai Seng||NTSC||1||Cantonese, Chinese||Dolby||Chinese, English|||
|4 July 2006||Taiwan||N/A||Catalyst Logic||NTSC||3||Cantonese and Mandarin||Dolby Digital 2.0||English, Traditional Chinese|||
|2 February 2009||Hong Kong||N/A||Joy Sales (HK)||NTSC||ALL||Cantonese, Mandarin||Dolby Digital 2.0||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|||
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