The sequel to China’s 2014 hit The House That Never Dies, based on true events, is getting ready to open its doors this December.
Titled The House That Never Dies: Reawakening, the film stars Joan Chen (The Last Emperor, Judge Dredd), Julian Cheung (The Grandmaster), Mei Ting (Blind Massage), and Gillian Chung (Ip Man: The Final Fight) and is set a hundred years after the mysterious murders of the entire Zhisheng household, a cultural relic restorer Song Teng experiences strange events at the ancient mansion. After discovering baby skeletons and weird spells, the intricate weaving of the past and present begin to emerge and reveals a haunting tale of the wrongly deceased still seeking justice from the living world.
Enter The House That Never Dies: Reawakening December 4th on Digital and DVD, from Well Go Entertainment.
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