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In 17th century Asia, "zombies roamed the lands," which in turn led to many vampires roaming the lands, because the zombies turned into vampires. Or so Tsui Hark's Vampire Hunters would have us believe. This lively, wisecracking movie is a little short on narrative logic (actually, it's short on the kind of logic that leads one shot naturally into the next). But it has the staples of the Hong Kong ghost story, with plenty of gravity-defying fights and putrescent zombies. The prolific Tsui Hark wrote and produced this one, but decidedly did not lend his often thrilling directorial touch. Still, there are moments within the generally bewildering mayhem that soar: a zombie-vampire dragging a group of hunters by chains along the treetops, for instance. If you want to see what would happen if a Hammer Film were dropped into an acid bath, this is the movie for you. --Robert Horton
I don't know if this tale is based of Chinese folklore or if they just screwed up trying to copy American horror film. Read morePublished 1 month ago by THE MOVIE GUY
Tsui Hark is an amazing producer and director who has trained many a great action director such as John Woo. But this film? Ouch! Confusing plot. Stupid dialog. Read morePublished on May 3 2004 by S. Naimpally
My family loves really stupid movies and this one actually passes out of that genre into good fun. The fight scenes were surprisingly well done; the actors were charming. Read morePublished on April 3 2004
The master vampire in this movie looks exactly like a burnt manikin dummy being pulled through the air by a wire. The special effects in this movie is very cheesey. Read morePublished on April 1 2004 by Tim
This movie has no central point. It jumps back and forth between the war between humans and vampires and the race for the gold. And what do they mean by VAMPIRES? Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2004
I expect a lot more more moviemaker such as Tsui Hark, especially I am a fan of his earlier films " Once Upon a Time In China (kungfu-master)" series (starring Jet Li). Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2003
What a waste of film. Especially with a name like Tsui Hark appearing on the case. I wouldn't mind the illogical premise ( anyone who dies is a potential zombie<!? Read morePublished on Aug. 31 2003 by "joe_momma"
I could not finish watching this movie. It is horrible. Anyone who would dare to compare this to "Crouching Tiger" should check into a mental ward! Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2003 by Chris Letempt
When Bruce Lee and Co. hit the shores of the US in the early 70s I was a gung ho 10yr old.Loved 'kung fu' movies. Read morePublished on Aug. 12 2003 by rickey l. esteves sr