Synopsis by Jonathan Crow
The first tale in this Hong Kong horror omnibus flick, entitled "Speculating in Grave Stories" and directed by Cheng Wai-man, is about a trio of carefree teenagers who, while hanging out in the woods, happen upon three female campers. They pair off to play a rather morbid game: who can copy the most names from gravestones. Along the way, they all start seeing ghosts. In the next tale, called "Dark Bright Road" and directed by Tam Long-cheung, Mrs. To (Christy Chung) is driving in a downpour while suffering from bizarre visions. Her spouse (Sunny Chan) is unable to find her even though she is standing only a couple feet away in front of a restaurant. The third story, directed by Herman Yau Lau-to and entitled "Red All Over," details how a woman (Teresa Mak) becomes obsessed with the color red after being ravished by a spirit.