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Swordplay, savagery and blood-chilling thrills reign supreme in this outrageous mixture of martial arts and the macabre from Shaw Brothers! Two rivals, one rich and the other poor and impoverished, enter an unholy pact to win an annual lantern-creating contest in their village; however, the terrifying secret behind their remarkable creations lies within the supple flesh of local maidens, who are disappearing at the hands of a demonic assailant! Now featuring shocking scenes too extreme for its Asian DVD release, this unflinching action-horror masterpiece is now finally available to American audiences to enjoy full strength and full throttle!
Visually the movie is crisp and clear. Lo Lieh , more known for his character of the evil and cold Pai Mei, shows his true acting abilities. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cpfrombv
Probably the most disturbing kung-fu film I have ever seen. Entertaining, nonetheless.Published 9 months ago by Michael V.
Human Lanterns is a violent film. If you can stand some pretty gruesome scenes, you are rewarded with one of the most stylish films to ever come out of the Shaw Bros. studios. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Tora
I really enjoyed this movie. I was skeptical at first about horror being in my kung fu- movies however, it worked well with this movie. Read morePublished on January 27, 2010 by Iron
[Ren Pi Deng Long]
(Hong Kong - 1982)
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1 (Shawscope)
Theatrical soundtrack: Mono
A vengeful craftsman... Read more