Mo tai

Mo tai

A woman becomes possessed and dies after a monster is released from an antique vase she had purchased. Twelve years later the monster is re-awakened. First he possesses the family's dog, before moving on to the woman's nephew.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:curse,   necrophilia,   fetus,  

It's Satanic possession and grisly gore galore in the wildly entertaining horror spectacle Devil Fetus! The story concerns the exploits of a rich family and their daughter-in-law's purchase of a mysterious old statue. But a monster is released from the statue, and rapes the girl! Soon, people begin to get possessed, a dog goes on the bloodthirsty offensive, and guts and body parts begin flying...literally! The producers of Devil Fetus have spared no expense, or imagination, to produce some of the most entertaining displays of gory excess in Hong Kong Cinema history! Crushed heads, worm-infested human faces, a man snacking on his own intestines, and other assorted displays of creative cruelty abound in what has to be one of the most inventive splatter films ever made. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Miles H (ag) wrote: Things I learnt from watching this:1. No-one in the audience can add 3 numbers together.2. The children wear just as much make-up, and ridiculous wigs, as in child beauty pageants. 3. Some Christians try and curry favour with God to give them an unfair advantage over their competitors.4. The parents are living vicariously through their children (not really a surprise).5. Americans are better than the Irish at Irish dancing.6. Most of the children cry; seemingly a lot of the time, whether they win or lose.

Scott H (ru) wrote: Big Shout Out to old Thornhill High friend Howie Barrish for his new movie,"I Will Follow" which just received a,"Thumb's Up", from movie critic Roger Ebert and a very high score of 89 from Rotten Tomatoes.Howie was Executive Producer. I Will Follow is in theaters now.

Mrcus R (ag) wrote: After such an interesting opening, this movie scene by scene was just one big clusterfuck. Did Vince Russo write this movie??? Led up to a reveal that was just stupid. Now I'm fuckin pissed!!!!! Fuck man!!! Wasted goddamn 111mins!!

Tina A (mx) wrote: Fan-fucking-tastic!!!

Private U (de) wrote: I loved how it focused on the political aspects raher then just the fiighting

Norm d (kr) wrote: Not quite the classic it's touted to be, nor 98% fresh - and Crowe's certainly not in the league with the great John Hughes, too soon gone, and Amy Heckerling for teen rites-of-passage movies. It does have some quotable lines though!

David D (gb) wrote: Superior Hong Kong ghost story--not scary, but melancholy and poetic. Anita Mui is outstanding.

Ajay B (kr) wrote: This is here bcos of a very unique reason...just that "It was the 1st movie I saw on VIDEO" The VHS was introduced...

Ben C (mx) wrote: Tremendous lines from this movie. Better still is that Wille D is played by 'Gordon' from Sesame Street

Wyman W (mx) wrote: Really good. A solid thriller with good performances and style. Worth renting even though it's in French.