Rigor Mortis (2013) 1080p YIFY Movie

Rigor Mortis (2013) 1080p

Geung see is a movie starring Anthony Chan, Siu-Ho Chin, and Fat Chung. A public housing tenement is plunged into a dark storm of supernatural chaos.

IMDB: 6.30 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.69G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 105
  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Rigor Mortis (2013) 1080p

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.


The Director and Players for Rigor Mortis (2013) 1080p

[Director]Juno Mak
[Role:]Siu-Ho Chin
[Role:]Chun-Man Ko
[Role:]Fat Chung
[Role:]Anthony Chan


The Reviews for Rigor Mortis (2013) 1080p


Wow, slow down speedy.Reviewed bygothic-fictionVote: 4/10

I won't declare this one a total loss, as it has its good parts but as it goes on and on it starts to get too fuzzy to follow. Even laughable here and there I might say, cause some scenes are way too typical "Asian horror that won't end already!"

The good parts: as everyone else said, long live the effects, nicely done, captivating even; the plot is OK, especially the first 70%, where you find out more and more, things start to get together and you are intrigued; characters are all OK.

The bad parts: the never ending finale!; the extremely poor twist; some scenes make pretty much no sense.

All in all, if you into Asian horror, guess you have to add Rigor mortis. But if you looking for a late night scary movie, it might be better to look elsewhere. This goes more in the fantasy section to be honest.

Cheers!

Eerie and disturbing homage to the classic Mr. Vampire.Reviewed byOllieSuave-007Vote: 5/10

Director Juno Mak brings us a horror HK movie like nothing else, a story about a former actor who makes his new home at a creepy, dark and depressed-looking Hong Kong public housing tower. There, he encounters a slew of ghosts and zombies.

It was nice to see a brand new horror movie from Hong Kong that pays homage to the classic Mr. Vampire and other ghost genre movies of the 1980s-1990s. Actors from the original Mr. Vampire series reunited to star in this film, including Chin Siu Ho, Anthony Chan, Billy Lau, Chung Fat and Richard Ng. They, including others in the movie, gave a very powerful and dramatic performance in their respective roles. Lai-yin Leung and Philip Yung wrote a very moody, dark and eerie story that, despite being a homage, provided a huge departure to the Chinese vampire/ghost movies of the 80s and 90s. The usual lighthearted humor and slapstick comedy seen in those movies were sorely absent in this film.

The darkness and gloomy atmosphere that surrounded this movie almost made it seem that the heydays of those classic ghost/vampire movies were long gone. Still, though, the setting and cinematography were a nice touch and it accentuated the horror and solemn drama felt in the film.

The plot goes at a fairly fast pace, keeping you engaged and intrigued. The main vampire in the film was executed very well and all the events leading to its appearances provided enough creepiness and terror to make the hair raise behind your neck.

While a pretty scary and intriguing movie, many of the plot points are confusing and the special effects team relied too heavily on CGI. The two female ghosts portrayed in the film seemed like a rip-off of The Grudge and the hopping vampire didn't really hop much - just gliding from place to place with heavy CGI influence. In addition, the bloody gore and adult themes were done overboard.

Overall, it's not a horrible movie. I prefer watching the Chinese vampires movies of the 80s and 90s, but this one is worth the watch at least once for a good scare and reminiscing.

Grade C-

Psychological Japanese Twist On The Vampire Tale.Reviewed bymeddlecoreVote: 7/10

This is a pretty wild film. Though it's twist is evident right from the beginning, the way it's constructed attracts your attention enough, so that you don't think about it until it is corroborated in the end.

Basically, this is a supernatural thriller which combines elements from ghost and vampire tales, based around the occult rituals of a dark shaman, and fashioned within a Japanese context. This isn't your typical vampire story based off of European legends...it's something quite different.

We start off following the former actor- Yau- who is moving into a new apartment, after having lost his wife and son to an unknown accident. To escape from such an existence, he attempts to hang himself...only to be saved by the local cook at the last moment.

Turns out that, not only does his new apartment have a dark past of it's own, but the local cook is, apparently, the sole remaining survivor from an ancient line of vampire hunters. Not to worry, though, as his skills are no longer required, seeing as all the vampires, and other vampire hunters, have long been dead.

Though, little do they know that a happenstance accident involving one of the building's tenants and the black magician- Gau- would lead to a ritualistic undertaking that would bring about the resurgence of these beasts of the dead.

When Gau witnesses Tung- the husband of seamstress Mui- become gravely injured in a fall...his dark nature allows him to finish the job. But he becomes overcome by guilt when Mui comes to him begging, so he performs a ritual that will see Tung become reborn as a vampire, for her.

This type of vampire is particularly Japanese. Instead of returning from the dead to feed on living humans, these vampires are but empty soulless vessels- preserved by the blood of a virgin- that are to be occupied by disembodied spirits, who are stuck in this realm as ghosts. They can be subdued with amulet papers (the darker the colour, the better), bound by blood soaked string- and are said to fear glutinous rice. Apparently it's this reason that vampire hunters have been historically associated with rice vendors...hence why, when there are no more vampires...they turn to cooking.

The apartment that Yao had moved into was already occupied by the ghosts of two female twins, who had killed themselves after being involved in a horrifically violent incident, from the past. To appease the grief of Mui, Gau had planned to revive Tung as a vampire by inserting these twin spirits into his now empty body.

But when the Cook catches wind of this, he knows action must be taken...before it's too late. A final battle ensues, inevitably leading us back to the aforementioned twist (which a keen eye would have picked up from beginning).

Whereas I left confused about a few things (like: was Feng one of the sisters? cause there was also 2 spirits...; was her kid the child of the rape?), and felt that a few loose ends weren't fully tied up....this could be my failure to pick up on some details after only a single viewing. Otherwise, I found this to be one of the better post-millenial vampire films (that I've seen). All the effects are CGI other than the vampire himself, but it works well in this context. I especially enjoyed how the writers oriented the story around a particularly Japanese mythos, instead of the normal European species we are used to. In the end, Rigor Mortis is a pretty cool film that Vampire fans will love. Loses a few points in my book for have a predictable twist, but it's still a cool film I recommend you check out.

6.5 out of 10.

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