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THE BOXER'S OMEN

THE BOXER'S OMEN

THE BOXER'S OMEN

1983 CH-Horror . After suffering an injury in the ring, an embattled boxer enlists the aid of his brother, Chan Hung, to avenge him and find the key to an omen which may release their family from an ancient curse.

The horror of Thai black magic mixes with the theme of vengeance against a backdrop of spooky apparitions, unwholesome spells, murderous compulsion, flying human heads...

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ilovejosiecotton (10/27/2008 @ 3:40 am)
I have know idea what the hell is going on but it\'s fun to watch.
hellscion (1/27/2009 @ 1:10 pm)
i take it this film has nothing to do with shorts..
candice (3/15/2009 @ 8:22 am)
this movie is to old..please!take it out.the color is also bad...
post (4/1/2009 @ 1:30 pm)
i dissagree with candice, there should be more old films in this site
goofbar (4/30/2009 @ 11:57 pm)
I enjoyed this flick---glad I was able to see it after reading about how crazy/insane it was for so many years. Nice to see Phillip Ko Fei (the lead actor/martial artist/later producer-director) play the good guy for a change. Anyway, even though this flick was low-budget compared to Western standards, I saw more ingenuity,creativity, and imagination put into it than I have with most current horror flicks---it fun as hell, and what\'s interesting about it is that even though it seemed to want to be a straight-up exploitation flick, it showed a lot of respect for the Buddhist rituals and religion. This flick has been described online as one of the craziest damn HK horror flicks out there,and all I can say is that it lives up to the hype and then some! A must-see for anyway who likes Asian horror movies as well as HK movies,period.

@candice---This film is too old only for people who were born in 1983--I mean,please--if it weren\'t for these old films paving the way, the new ones wouldn\'t be worth watching!
moon kana (6/8/2009 @ 4:23 pm)
not a fan of this genre but this movie was great!! very entertaining...a timeless classic!!
ihatesandflies (7/1/2009 @ 9:04 am)
the part of the skeletal bat trying to escape the temple is too too funny. The animatronics and acting here is so bad, that it\'s good. Welcome to the 80s.
Jenniferloni (7/17/2009 @ 8:39 pm)
ya that bat part was funny the movie was more comedy than anything I liked it.
Tonya (8/9/2009 @ 8:49 am)
I just wanted to add that I\'m Texan through and through, even though I now live in Idaho. I always read the comments because I want to see what EVERYone thinks is decent or \"not worth it\" and I swear, I\'ll see posts where everyone thought it was funny or classic - to the point that maybe it WASN\'T totally horror, or that if you want scary, this one might not be for you, but still a good watch. And then you get the people who are literally offended that a movie - like this one - even be put on the site! My gramma always said \"If you can\'t say something nice, don\'t say anything at all.\" IT\'S FREE! Stop your bitchin\'!

As far as the movie itself goes, I haven\'t watched it. I plan on making it my next year\'s New Years Resolution to every day watch at least 1 asian horror movie. Two if I can manage it :) Keep up the good word Sada & the rest!
strange (1/14/2010 @ 11:29 pm)
I just want to point out, the black sorcerer spoke Tagalog, for some reason...and his lines were super annoying. The sub was better. lol
I agree with goofbar: I\'ve never seen so much Buddhism action in an Asian horror movie! And I watch \'em right here on this site. The same goes for the black magic. It\'s quite entertaining to see the magic fight lol.
McLuvin75 (1/25/2010 @ 5:22 pm)
Great film I love these 80`s HK horrors you should have more like Mr vampire and close encounters of the spooky kind. Keep up the good work best site on the net.
Not a fan of the black letters I seem to get them wrong 40% of the time.
HaitiPI (2/4/2010 @ 9:53 pm)
A nice classic for us 'Old timers'.

I agree with McLuvin75, we should see more of the older HK Horror and Vampire flicks. In fact, it was in 1988 that I was in Hong Kong on a trip that I won at work. I had nothing to do one night and was walking around downtown and found a theater playing Mr. Vampire. It was the first Asian Horror Movie that I ever saw, and even more horrifying, it was the first time that I saw somebody talking on a cellphone in a movie. I laughed so hard and enjoyed the show so much that I was hooked. I spent the next few years stopping in video shops in LAs Chinatown looking for more.

This sight is a Godsend! Thanks to all of the AHM Admins!
M (2/12/2010 @ 1:52 pm)
No, the site's not dead, and I haven't found a single movie that hasn't worked for me yet today...
I'd say it's more likely to be some problem with your internet than this site
fuma (2/27/2010 @ 3:42 pm)
at 52:09,please can anyone tell me what is the movie name??(the one with the doll),i really want to watch this movie

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