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Film Review: Vampire’s Breakfast (1987) by Chung Wang

Film Review: Vampire’s Breakfast (1987) by Chung Wang

If there is one rule that consistently defines Hong Kong cinema it is that if one movie is a success, then there shall be a constant stream of rip-offs until the next big smash. So if you’ve seen one Hong Kong Vampire movie then chances are you’ve seen quite a few. Just occasionally though we get a pleasant surprise and someone decided to do something a little different with the formula. “Vampire’s Breakfast” is one such example. Whilst the title conjures up images of a Saturday morning cooking show for the undead, it is in fact a feature that deserves to be awoken from its coffin and rediscovered.

There is a vampire loose in Hong Kong. Reporter Piao (Kent Cheng) unwittingly becomes involved as several bodies are discovered and the witness that he finds (Kwan Chiu-chung), proves to be unreliable. Both now forced to prove themselves,

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