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Year: 2000
Alice Chan and blue-faced friend
Director: Steve Cheng Wai-Man
Producer: Wong Jing
Cast: Stephen Fung Tak-Lun, Sam Lee Chan-Sam, Alice Chan Wai, Ronald Wong Ban, Hui Siu-Hung, Ng Chi-Hung, Samuel Leung Cheuk-Moon
The Skinny: If you've seen Bio-Zombie, then avoid Bio-Cops like the plague. Not only does it rip off that film, but it's also sixty million times worse.
by Kozo:
     Wong Jing's shoddy horror comedy might have gotten points if it weren’t such an obvious rip-off of the excellent Bio-Zombie. Stephen Fung is a cop who must fight zombies that are loose in the police station. Sam Lee is on board as a wacky triad who gets dragged into the mess, and Alice Chan Wai is the femme fatale presence. Steve Cheng directs without direction, as he uses too many slow-motion zombie shots. Furthermore, the continuity is laughable and the ending is a direct lift from Bio-Zombie. By direct, we mean it's stolen lock, stock, and barrel with pretty much zero apologies. Why Stephen Fung and Sam Lee chose this for their Gen-X Cops reunion is beyond me. (Kozo 2001)
Availability: DVD (Hong Kong)
Region 0 NTSC
Mei Ah Laser
Cantonese and Mandarin Language Tracks
Dolby Digital 5.1
Removable English and Chinese Subtitles
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