Troublesome Night 18

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Troublesome Night 18
Traditional 陰陽路十八之鬼上身
Simplified 阴阳路十八之鬼上身
Mandarin Yīn Yáng Lù Shí Bā Zhī Guǐ Shàng Shēn
Cantonese Jam1 Joeng4 Lou6 Sap6 Baat3 Zi1 Gwai2 Soeng5 San1
Directed byJameson Lam
Produced byShing Chiu-kei
Written byJameson Lam
Music by Mak Chun Hung
CinematographyTong Kam-ho
Yau Wing-yung
Edited byJacky Leung
Production
companies
Nam Yin Production Co., Ltd.
East Entertainment Limited
B&S Limited
Distributed byB&S Films Distribution Company Limited
Release date
  • 27 February 2003 (2003-02-27)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryHong Kong
LanguageCantonese

Troublesome Night 18 is a 2003 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Jameson Lam. It is the 18th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

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Plot

Kong Lik-son was born with the ability to see ghosts and spirits. One day, he sees a restless soul, Mrs Chung, who is looking for a human replacement. Kong provokes Chung because he spoils her plan when he saves Ying-ying, and she keeps haunting him. Kong goes to find Mrs Bud Lung to help him, and she tells him that he had disrupted the balance of Yin and Yang when he saved Ying-ying's life. Mrs Chung had drowned during her pregnancy and she needs to find a human body for her unborn son to possess and be reborn. Mrs Bud asks Bud Gay and Ying-ying to bring Mrs Chung to the lakeside and wait for transmigrants.

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