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A crippled misfit gets his long overdue revenge in the Hong Kong chiller Ghost House: A True Story! On a routine camping trip, a group of young campers are forced to take shelter when their physically challenged companion bungles the tents. But an evil ghost prowls the halls of the spooky house, and begins to feed off the crippled boy's desire for revenge. Soon the bodies and blood start piling up, monsters appear in the toilets, and a mysterious figure waits outside carrying a large cross. Can the murderous spirit be stopped? And since its exacting revenge on a bunch of cruel bullies who tease a crippled boy, should it be stopped? True to its Hong Kong Cinema roots, Ghost House: A True Story is energetic, over-the-top, and possesses enough quirky, out-there, and darkly funny charm to make it a wildly entertaining haunted house film. Starring Sunny Chan and Katherine Hung, this is a film that's grisly, gory, and guaranteed to make you think twice about teasing a physically-challenged kid.