Ching Siu Tung, Tsui Hark
Leslie Cheung, Joey Wang, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Jacky Cheung, Wu Ma
Including 36 pages photo story booklet
Exclusively contains Jimmy Wong & Yin Bung Interview.
The 7th Hong Kong Film Awards
Best Art Direction
Best Original Film Score
Best Original Film Song
The 24th Golden Horse Awards
Best Supporting Actor - Wo Ma
Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay)
Best Film Editing
A Chinese Ghost Story (95mins):
A rainstorm compelled Ling Choi Sin (Leslie Cheung) to trespass Lan Po Temple for a night on his way to Kwok Pak Village collecting debts.
In the middle of the night, Ling is awakened by the bewitching music played by the feminine and attractive Lit Siu Seen (Wong Tsu-hsien). Ling is unaware that the resident Taoist Monk Yin Chek Hsia (Wo Ma) has impeded Lit's murder are madly in love and decided to run away from the monastery...
A Chinese Ghost Story 2 (102mins):
The hero Lin (Leslie Cheung) is put into prison innocently after he has left his good friend Yin (Wo Ma). The former meets a learned, Tso Kot (Co Fung) who helps him to escape from prison. He then meets a young and witty Taoist Monk Chi Chau (Jacky Cheung). The two become friends and live in an abandoned big house together.
The big house id horrifying and a giant corpse lives there. Lin and Chi Chan are attacked by a group of ghosts there and finally reveal that they are actually human beings who prepare to save the innocent Lau (Lau Siu Ming) from imprisonment.
Fu has 2 daughter, Chung Fung (Wong Tsu-hsien) and Yuet Chi (Michelle Ries). Lin finds that Ching Fung looks alike to his former lover. Siu Seen and resumes her life as Ching Fung. Both Ching Fung and Yuet Chi love Lin...
A Chinese Ghost Story 3 (108mis):
One Story night, a wise High Priest and his student, Fong (Tony Leung), pass by the orchid Temple and realise it is haunted. Here, Fong encounters two lady demons, the seductive Lotus and her hated sister, Butterfly. Although Fong knows his Master wants to capture these evil spirits, he finds himself attracted to the Ghost and allows them to go free. The monks stay at the Temple is prolonged due to Fong carelessly misplacing their valuable Taolisman, the Gold Suddna. During a trip to the courrupt local town, the High Priest meets Yin by chance and series of misunderstandigns evolve...