Let it Ghost

A new Hong Kong horror anthology featuring three stories mixing the supernatural and social issues


Spooky comedies are one of the most beloved institutions of Hong Kong cinema, and Wong Hoi’s debut is a delightful reinvention of the form that’s brimming with supernatural shenanigans and inventive frights. An anthology featuring three tales of haunted film crews, sex-obsessed spectres and ghosts wandering gentrified shopping malls, the film pays tribute to the classics and local folklore while offering a modern take on the genre, mixing satire and scares and continuing the Hong Kong tradition of using horror to reflect current social issues and anxieties.



July 2023 screenings supported by the Hong Kong Economic Trade Office London.


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