In this eerie and chilling, contemporary, action/special effects laden homage to the classic Chinese vampire movies of the 1980's, writer-director-producer, Juno Mak makes his feature directorial debut. Co-produced by J-Horror icon Takashi Shimizu, and reuniting some of the original cast members of the classic Mr. Vampire series, RIGOR MORTIS is set in a creepy and moody Hong Kong public housing tower whose occupants we soon discover, run the gamut from the living to the dead, to the undead, along with ghosts, vampires and zombies
Continuity At the end when he is shown hanging, the first shot shows him with his head tilted down and eyes closed. In the next shot, his face is tilted up and his eyes are open.
Revealing Mistakes Towards the beginning, we see Pak exiting the elevator through a reflection of Chin's sunglasses. In this image, we also see the floor number 24. However, since this is being seen via reflection, the number 24 should be reversed as a mirror image, but it is not.
The actor Siu-Ho Chin wanted to actually appear tired in the movie, so he requested to be awaken before every 3rd hour he slept to prevent him from hitting REM cycle and actually getting rest while he worked on the film. The director Juno Mak made the first call to his hotel room to wake him up.
Anthony Chan, Siu-Ho Chin, Richard Ng, Fat Chung and Billy Lau was previously starred to Geung si sin sang franchise.
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