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Dial D for Demons

Dial D for Demons
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Directed by Billy Tang
Produced by Billy Tang
Rico Chung
Written by Rico Chung
Starring Jordan Chan
Joey Meng
Lee Ann
Terence Yin
Alice Chan
Winnie Leung
Music by Jonathon Wong
Cinematography Tony Miu
Editing by Robert Choi
Studio Golden Harvest
Release date(s)
Running time 84 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$1,053,486.00

Dial D for Demons is a 2000 Hong Kong horror film directed by Billy Tang, starring Jordan Chan, Joey Meng, Lee Ann, Terence Yin, Alice Chan and Winnie Leung.


A group of six youngsters travel to Lantau Island for a holiday in a vacation villa. The place meets their expectations, but strange things start happening once they step into the house. One of them, Big Bully, has the ability to see ghosts and spirits, and he senses imminent danger. Before he can warn his friends, he is found dead inside his room. The others are shocked and attempt to leave the place but the roads always lead back to the house and the neighbouring houses have disappeared mysteriously too. They have no choice but to spend the night in that ghostly villa. Shortly later, their pagers start beeping and they receive messages that they are going to die at different times. The house seems to have a life of its own and eventually the five of them are separated from each other, with four of them meeting their deaths at the hands of a charcoal demon. The last one, Gabriel, encounters the spirit of Big Bully (her boyfriend), and they try to unravel the mystery together. Gabriel manages to survive the night until dawn as the sole survivor of the entire incident. She boards the ferry back to the mainland, but once she overhears the ferry's passengers talking about the incident, she transforms into the demon. It turns out that the demon has killed her as well because the newspaper reveals that all six have been found dead.



Dial D for Demons was released in Hong Kong on March 18, 2000. It grossed a total of HK$1,053,486.[1]


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hong Kong Movie DataBase

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