I hadn't seen Wizard's Curse since 1998. Those were the days I used to haunt the Asian video stores. I'd rent Hong Kong movies on VHS tape. All those stores are gone now. Most of the general video stores are gone now. I do know of one in Robbinsdale that still rents out VHS tapes.
Wizard's Curse is a 1992 Hong Kong horror comedy movie with Lam Ching Ying as a Taoist monk. It's got a script from Wong Jing and Yuen Cheng-Yan is the director. A wizard has created a bi-sexual monster, sometimes it's a woman, sometimes it's a man. He called it the Terrific Vampire. What a wiener!
Luckily the monster kills the wizard and runs off looking for more victims. The Terrific Vampire kills humans and eats their brains. Normal enough, yeah, but here's the icing on the conflict, the brain of a Taoist Master's virgin daughter can give the monster immortality. No one needs that so Lam gathers his magical abilities for the big monster battle show down.
There's plenty of gags and slapstick humor, plenty of fights and weird stuff going on. It's fun but hardly a comedy for most of our moms. It's not the best of the Hong Kong horror comedies but it's fun enough to get several laughs from me. Recommended for the fan.