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Ghost Sweepers (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

Kim Su Ro (Actor) | Kwak Do Won (Actor) | Shin Jung Won (Director) | Kang Ye Won (Actor)
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Customer Review of "Ghost Sweepers (DVD) (Taiwan Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)

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February 7, 2013

This customer review refers to Ghost Sweepers (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Motley Crew Mystics v A Big Greedy Cloud Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
A group of eccentric mercenary psychics travel to Uljin, a Korean fishing island, to cleanse the island of an evil cloud with sinister greed problems. But the shamans, who wish to reap a bounty reward for their magic talents, merely provoke the sinister force into fight mode. The pensive and untrusting Uljin fisherman also find the mystic crowd a bother, considering the evil spirit threatens the fishermen if they tolerate the shamans’ presence. But the demonic is certainly challenged by this determined mystical motley crew. Travelling by coach as if on their way to the seaside (and getting some Uljin psychic energy bother on route), the dynamic mystics are led by The Master of Shamans Mr Park (the charismatic Su-ro Kim), a top exorcist whose talent is to draw out disturbing and powerful dark spirits from ‘demonically’ possessed clients (for a top price of course), joined by electronics whiz psychic Seok-hee (Je-hon Lee); seductive astrologer Seung-hee (Yoon-hye Kim) who throws dangerous flying razor edged tarot cards; Shim-in a martial arts monk (Do-on Kwak) who sees the evil cloud with his green ‘Seeing Eye’ (when he lifts his black eye patch up that is); school boy Wol-gwang (Kyung-mo Yang) who shakes his head a lot and portents visions, generally ominous ones for the shaman’s fatal ‘verses’ D-day. And for solidarity, female reporter Chan-yeong (Ye-wom Kang) who pressed by her boss to obtain a mystery story, also ventures to Uljin to find out what happened to her father, after he went missing there. On arrival Shaman Park conducts a Super Massive ritual to cleanse the island of evil, although it goes pear shaped when the dark black cloud rages, blows a psychic raspberry and continues to pursue its interest – protecting a stash of treasure it plundered from a sunken Japanese war ship. Soon a mystical fight ensues between a very nasty ghost (who morphs into a sinister looking street warrior gang boss) and the energy-wielding shamans, for the sunken booty.

This madcap film is approachable if you like slapstick Asian ghost horror fair. Mind you it can flip your emotions with a grisly flashback scene that alone could have been the plot of a more serious thriller movie. But it’s good in a zany HK martial arts movie and a smidgen of Tekken way. The main characters also integrate well with camaraderie and humour. Interesting seeing Je-hon Lee again and of course Su-ro back in something not far away from “Volcano High”. This 2 disk is region ALL.
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