Horror Thursdays: “Dr. Lamb” (1992) – Review by Mark Krawczyk


While digging through my VHS bin the other day I came across a film I have not watched in a while that I wanted to bring to you. It is from Hong Kong and it is part serial killer horror film and part crime thriller called “Dr. Lamb”



Movie: “Dr. Lamb” (1992)

Director: Danny Lee, Hin Sing ‘Billy’ Tang

Plot: A taxi driver goes crazy every time there is a very hard rain and ends up killing a number of young women because of it. He then takes pictures of their dead bodies. Inspector Lee is put on the case to solve these murders.

Cast: Danny Lee, Simon Yam, Kent Cheng

About the Author:  Mark Krawczyk has been reviewing films since 1993. He is the host of WeLiveFilm.com’s Horror Thursdays and has his own movie review show on his channel that you can catch here www.youtube.com/SpecialMark  and on Twitter @moviemaniac3d

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Mark Krawczyk

Mark Krawczyk has been reviewing movies since 1993 when he was on the staff for his high school news paper. He is the host for WeLiveFilm's Horror Thursdays and loves all movies, from b-movies to blockbusters. He has a passion for films and loves discussing movies with anyone and everyone. http://www.specialmarkproductions.com

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