A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)

Unrated   |    |  Action, Comedy, Fantasy

A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991) Poster

Basically a retread of the first movie, in which the evil Tree Spirit is back with yet another ghost played by Joey Wong. The Swordsman Yen and Leslie Cheung characters are replaced by a ... See full summary »




  • Tony Chiu-Wai Leung in A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)
  • Siu-Ming Lau and Joey Wang in A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)
  • A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)
  • A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)
  • Joey Wang in A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)
  • A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review

User Reviews

15 August 2014 | OllieSuave-007
| Part III is seductive and enchanting!
This is the second sequel of the iconic and fantastic Hong Kong ghost fantasy, A Chinese Ghost Story. This time, Buddhist Bai Yun (Shun Lau) and his disciple Fong (Tony Chiu Wai Leung) try to transport a golden Buddha idol across town, getting themselves hounded by thieves and then taking shelter at the haunted Orchid Temple. There, Fong encounters Lotus (Joey Wang), a female ghost at the evil bidding of the Tree Devil (Siu-Ming Lau), awakened 100 years after the events of the first film.

This sequel's story is more in line with the original film, having a traveling leading male character meet a beautiful female ghost at the Orchid Temple, who's spirit is binded by the evil Tree Devil. But, this movie is still fresh nonetheless, with it having a fast-paced plot, chock full of crazy magic spells and action sequences, seductive and spellbinding female ghosts, hair-raising demons and non-stop adventures. There is also a touch of humor, drama and romance, following the tradition of the previous two films. The female lead is once again played by Joey Wang. Although a different character, the ghost she plays in this sequel is a touching throwback to the first film; Wang portrayed all three different characters from each of the three movies with ease, charm and uniqueness.

This film has another beautiful music score composed by James Wong and Romeo Diaz and crazy special/visual effects galore! The acting by another memorable cast was great, albeit a tad goofy sometimes. And, the breath-taking scenery and period costumes were a treat - very colorful and vibrant. Hats off to Producer Hark Tsui and Director Siu-Tung Ching for putting together such an awesome and timeless trilogy in all three films! Overall, this sequel holds up well on its own. Like the first sequel, this film does not surpass the original Chinese Ghost Story (some scenes are rushed, some drag on too long a bit), but is still very entertaining and fun - one of the greatest sequels I've seen.

Grade A

Critic Reviews

Did You Know?


Plot Summary


Action | Comedy | Fantasy | Horror


Release Date:

18 July 1991


Cantonese, Mandarin

Country of Origin

Hong Kong

Contribute to this page

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com