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The Tag-Along (2015) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3

Tiffany Ann Hsu (Actor) | River Huang (Actor) | Zhang Bo Zhou (Actor) | Cheng Wei Hao (Director)
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First-time director Cheng Wei Hao scored a major hit with the atmospheric horror film The Tag-Along. The film draws its inspiration from an unsettling 1998 incident involving a mysterious little girl dressed in red who was caught on video following a group of hikers in the mountains. Called mosien, these creeping spirits are forest-dwelling ghosts that take the form of small children or monkeys, and prey upon a person's hidden guilt and fears. The highest-grossing Taiwan horror film in over a decade, The Tag-Along offers more than scares. Cheng Wei Hao touches upon themes of love, duty, family and the environment while telling a terrifying and uniquely haunting tale.

Always-busy real estate agent Wei (Huang He) finds his life upended when his grandmother is taken by the demonic mosien and spirited away to the mountains. In investigating her disappearance, Wei discovers that he's left behind broken promises and dreams in his path to adulthood – and his growing fear and guilt impel the mosien to make him their next victim. With Wei taken, his girlfriend Yi Chun (Tiffany Hsu) finds herself next in line. To solve the riddle of the mosien and save Wei from a dark fate, Yi Chun must confront her fears as well as the hidden secrets that threaten to derail her life.

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Product Title: The Tag-Along (2015) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) 紅衣小女孩 (2015) (DVD) (香港版) 红衣小女孩 (2015) (DVD) (香港版) 紅衣小女孩 (2015) (DVD) (香港版) The Tag-Along (2015) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Tiffany Ann Hsu (Actor) | River Huang (Actor) | Zhang Bo Zhou (Actor) 許瑋甯 (Actor) | 黃河 (Actor) | 張柏舟 (Actor) 许玮甯 (Actor) | 黄河 (Actor) | 张柏舟 (Actor) 許瑋甯 (ティファニー・シュー) (Actor) | ホアン・ハー (Actor) | Zhang Bo Zhou (Actor) Tiffany Ann Hsu (Actor) | River Huang (Actor) | Zhang Bo Zhou (Actor)
Director: Cheng Wei Hao 程 偉豪 程 伟豪 程偉豪(チェン・ウェイハオ) Cheng Wei Hao
Release Date: 2016-05-23
Language: Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Place of Origin: Taiwan
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Widescreen Anamorphic: Yes
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Rating: IIB
Duration: 102 (mins)
Publisher: Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd
Package Weight: 100 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1049932377

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Wei’s grandma suddenly disappears for no reason, but strangely the routines still move on as if she never vanished—the laundry is still done, their house is well-arranged as usual, and even breakfast remains prepared for Wei every morning. Distraught with worry, Wei is totally clueless until he fins an uncanny video in his grandma’s camera, showing that there was a little girl in red lagging along her. Oddly enough, after Wei’s grandma finally returns, it turns out that Wei is missing instead. Struggling to unravel the enigma, Wei’s girlfriend Yi-Chun gradually discovers that the mysteries behind Wei and his grandma’s sudden disappearance may be connected to the urban legend of “The Little Girl in Red”, but what’s even worse is yet to come….
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July 4, 2016

This professional review refers to The Tag-Along (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
The highest-grossing Taiwanese horror film in over a decade arrives in The Tag-Along, which has been screening at a variety of international festivals as well as cleaning up at the domestic box office. Marking the debut of director Cheng Wei Hao, the film was inspired by a sinister 1988 incident in Taiwan revolving around the unexplained sighting of a small girl in a red coat, caught on video by hikers deep in the mountains, believed by some to have been a mosien, forest dwelling spirits that appear as children or monkeys.

Huang He (Meeting Dr Sun) plays Wei, a much put-upon estate agent trying to balance the long hours of his job with caring for his grandmother, while attempting to keep his long-term girlfriend Yi Chun (Tiffany Hsu, Dream Flight) happy. Already troubled by the fact that Yi Chun repeatedly refuses to get married or properly commit to their relationship, Wei's life is thrown into disarray when his grandmother disappears. Driven by guilt he begins to investigate, coming to believe that she, like other elderly people in the area, may have been snatched by an evil mosien spirit from the mountains. Unfortunately Wei ends up being taken himself, leaving it up to Yi Chun to save him while confronting her own fears and dark past.

For many The Tag-Along and its plot will sound familiar, and Cheng Wei Hao certainly draws heavily from a number of classic modern Southeast Asian horror films, the likes of Ring and Dark Water in particular, which it resembles in both look and feel. The red-clad child also recalls Don't Look Now, and as a result the film does, at first glance at least, come across as rather generic, and its mix of jump scares and slow-burn atmosphere don't really bring anything new to the table. Still, Cheng's direction is confident and well-measured for a first-timer, and though most of the frights are lacking in imagination, as well as being let down by some poor CGI effects, there's enough here to make for some solid spooky fun.

Where the film does standout somewhat is through some surprisingly strong character writing, with both Wei and Yi Chun being well-rounded and believable figures, flawed, though basically sympathetic. There's a pleasing psychological depth to the script, playing upon guilt, fear, loss and loneliness, and the relationship between the two, and between Wei and his grandmother, holds the interest, making for some emotional, if depressing moments. This helps distract from the film's lack of originality in other areas, and the narrative shift in focus from Wei to Yi Chun is skilfully handled for maximum impact, her gradual realisation of what he means to her carrying a real punch.

Its adherence to tried and tested genre motifs aside, the film does have some interesting themes, venturing into eco-horror territory in its suggestion that the demonic mosien have been disturbed by humans encroaching on their territory. There's a strong sense of Taiwanese culture to the film, which also helps give it a slightly different flavour, and though the legend of the mosien will likely mean little to viewers not from the island, it works well in the context. Cheng also makes very good use of the local scenery, the forests and mountains being a sinister and ominous setting, and visually the film impresses, managing to generate a fair amount of gloomy and creepy atmosphere as it builds towards a satisfying ending.

Though ultimately too conventional to really excite, The Tag-Along is nevertheless a perfectly acceptable example of the contemporary Southeast Asian ghost film, and a fine debut for Cheng Wei Hao. With few films of its type being produced in Taiwan, it's easy to see why the film found such a large audience at home, and while it might struggle to have the same impact overseas, it should be enjoyed by genre fans, and anyone not yet tired of its brand of chills.

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