A cartoon artist accidentally kills his best friend and finds a creative way of getting rid of the body. Soon after, he discovers his friend was seeing his girlfriend and unintentionally grabs the attention of a serial killer.
This reminds us of what a portion of Asian cinema used to be. The film shows off a wild vitality from its very first minutes through an opening credits sequence that probably turns out to be the most colorful and emotionally adorable in a long time. Although certainly the title of this perfect pop gem that mixes genres with amazing skills apparently says it all, nothing prepares us for this insane humor, constant hyperbole, and the almost musical lightness through which we see outbursts of gore, changes in rhythm, and a subtly deceitful feeling that the film is inventing something new in every scene. The brazenness of this film is an ideal antidote for the solemn cinema in which emotion works as a mandatory tribute to sublime feelings. DO
D: Remus Mok, Eric Cheung G: Wang You-zhen F: Zhu Jing-wei E: Kenny Chua, Kuang Eng DA: Lin Zhong-xian S: Huang Xian-zhe M: Twinko P: Jack Lee CP: SKT Media and Entertainment I: Ray Chang, Shiga Lin, JC Chee, Vincent Wong, Zhao Xiao-long
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A Malay actor and singer. When Geek Meets Serial Killer is his first feature as a director.
He’s a comic book artist. He wrote Wolf & Mary, the comic in which When Geek Meets Serial Killer is based.