Watch A New TV Spot For Juno Mak's RIGOR MORTIS

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
After a successful international festival run, Juno Mak's Rigor Mortis is heading to theater screens throughout Asia and you know what that means: New trailers. The main trailer out there now is the same one that has been circulating for some time now but it is also accompanied by a new twenty second TV spot. Here's how the Toronto International Film Festival describes it:

An ominous-looking public-housing tower is the final rest stop for a miserable former movie star who's mourning the loss of his wife and son. Filled with the old, the weary, and the forgotten remnants of society, this last chance hotel nonetheless contains many comforts of Hong Kong life -- a noodle shop, a seamstress and a Taoist monk. Ghosts and spirits already haunt its hallways, but when a distraught widow tries to bring her husband back from the dead, the tenement is plunged into a dark storm of supernatural chaos.
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