Thai title: หม่ำต้มยำผี
English title: Devil of love
Main actor: Mum Jokmok,Pao Porapak
Thai movie หม่ำต้มยำผี was released in year 1994 and lasts only 1h09mn. It is a Hong Kong movie Cat III called 淫魔暴行 / "Devil of love" and shot in Thailand. It is a horror R movie (R - Restricted) lasting 1h17mn. It is available under VCD / DVD format and was released by Happy Time Marketing Co company. It is possible that this HK movie was never released in Thailand. Many years later, such movies were released in VCD / DVD format and were highlighting the presence of famous comic actor Mum Jokmok despite him having only a second role. Due to marketing purpose, as Mum Jokmok was popular, the movie name was changed to หม่ำต้มยำผี (Mum Tom Yam Ghost). The movie is censored in order to be released widely under VCD format as love sequences are blurred or even cut. Master Mum Jokmok is fighting versus Pao Porapak. Both have supernatural powers. Elder brother Kwan is back from overseas studies. A will is opened as his father died suddenly. The daughter Chiep and the son Kwan get 100% of the heritage. The young mother-in-law (แม่เลี้ยง) Oi just gets authorisation to stay in the house. If anything happens to the children, then the heritage will be hers. Nattaporn, Oi’s lover, promises to manage this. Kwan is upset as his father died so fast. He has a bad relationship with the young mother-in-law. Kwan, his sister Chiep and her boyfriend have issues with ruffians hired by Oi in a discotheque. Nattaporn is doing black magic incantations to cause Kwan to have a motorbike accident. He falls in hell (เมืองผี) and meets his father! The father warns him about Oi and tells him how to go back to the earthen world. Nattaporn is some kind of vampire. Kwan is back as a ghost and contacts the lawyer, who is afraid of ghosts. Nattaporn kidnaps Chiep. Kwan asks for the lawyer's help. Kwan possesses Oi's body to kill Nattaporn but he fails. Master (อาจารย์) Mum is then involved in order to defeat Nattaporn. Following lengthy fighting, Nattaporn and Oi are defeated. The Thai version is cut too much to be appreciated and the release under a new name is just a commercial gimmick as Mum Jokmok has only a limited second role.
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