Published on April 22nd, 2012 | by email2me


Twisted Love 撞鬼 Movie Gala Preview Night

Twisted (ZHONG GWAI in Cantonese)is the latest horror action comedy from Writer Director Chai Yee Wei.

There are 4 different sections of the movie where I feel it some how linked and maybe not feel. But the overall movie is more funny than horror.

The story revolves around a drug dealer who banged up a young girl, a pair of con men who wants to turn over a new leaf.

Mark Lee as the drug dealer.

The mechanic cum conman taoist talking to the drug dealer.

4 cabin crews whose lives were turned upside down over a fateful night of drugs and booze.

Daughter (Joey Leong) and Mom (Choo Mi Mi)

Linda Liao (Left)

This is a story of individuals with fates intertwined and how their paths clash. A series of twisted events that is both a study on cause and effect, and how our actions affect the people around us.

Starring familiar actors from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, this film is a collaboration of some of the best comedic and acting talents from around this region.

Left Alvin Wong, Joey Leong and Candy Ice

Joey Leong who play the role as daughter to Mimi Zhu

Candy Ice


The Director Chai Yee Wei

Left Zhu Mi Mi, Alvin Wong and Mark Lee

Mimi Zhu saying hi to the audience

Far left Dennis of One FM hosting the show.

Isaac Tan and Me watching in the same cinema with the cast.

Checkout the movie from 26th April 2012 at all major cinemas nationwide.

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One Response to Twisted Love 撞鬼 Movie Gala Preview Night

  1. Yvonne says:

    looks like a good movie to go for if there are no other choices. it’s cool getting to watch with the cast 🙂

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