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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By mos on October 29, 2004
Ebola Syndrome

directed by Herman Yau

1996, ?? mins

Back when I got really interested in horror/gore movies (I'd always loved horror, but when I was a kid I couldn't stomach those hardcore movies), I read a lot about which were the most gruesome ones around, and along with the Guinea Pig series, Men Behind The Sun, August Underground's Mordum, and Saló, Ebola Syndrome was always mentioned as one of the most extreme movies ever (along with some other Wong/Yau movies, such as Bunman: The Untold Story). Therefore, I couldn't believe my luck when I came across this DVD here in Holland. I, of course, immediately bought it, and watched it that very night. I'd been expecting a lot, but Ebola Syndrome turned out to be quite something different than what I'd heard.

---minor spoilers---

Sure, it was extreme, bloody, gory, politically incorrect, definitely, but above all, I laughed my 'rse off. Anthony Wong portrays Ah Kai, the ultimate loser. He makes out with his boss's wife, but when the two get caught, and the woman blames Kai for assaulting her, the boss and his servant start beating up Kai. Kai goes crazy and kills the servant, the boss, and the boss's wife. After being walked in on when he's trying to set the boss's daughter on fire, Kai flees. Next scenery: South Africa. Kai now works in a burger restaurant, and he's still the loser he ever was. However, the daughter of the boss he killed back in Hong Kong accidentily visits the restaurants and recognises him, after which she warns the police. But of course, they do nothing.

On a field trip with his boss (when they're out to buy some pigs), Kai rapes some woman who is just dying of ebola, and thus Kai gets infected.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Indyrod on February 25, 2005
Watched "Ebola Syndrome" recently. What an over the top crazy screwball movie. It's only the second HK CAT 3 I've watched so far from all the ones I've bought, the first being "The Untold Story". Ebola is very similar to TUS, it stars Anthony Wong in almost the same role as TUS, and directed by the same director Herman Yau. What a bunch of sick demented filmmakers these are, but you gotta love it if you're a demented gorehound like me. Much nudity, gallons of blood and guts, the same chopping up of bodies in a restaurant and selling them as entries to the customers as TUS. The big difference of course is that Wong is a carrier of the ebola virus so everybody starts dying from that in some incredible gory and sick vomit inducing scenes. There's something, or a lot of things in this movie to offend just about every race, color, gender, creed, and even animals. Totally pathetic in every way, so I suggest you order it right away.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Misty on May 4, 2012
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This was great if you like strange twists peppered with humour. After I saw this movie I wanted to show it to everyone I knew who liked horror films. Kai is a crazy bad a$$.
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