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PG Tapes - 大麻烦小中国 - 牺牲磁带

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A year prior to the 1986 release of Big Trouble in Little China,
screenwriters David Z. Weinstein and Gary Goldman traveled to guarded
parts of Pacific Asia in order to resurrect Sai Wing Mock, leader of
NYC’s Hip Sing Tong gang. A psycho-sexual ritual-sacrifice was conducted
through a ring of human-trafficked Asian-American and -Pacific women
(commissioned by 20th Century Fox) who’d perform intercourse while
violently torturing and killing men. During the ritual, various hired
musicians charmed and entranced the dying souls into inhabiting the
unearthed corpse of Sai Wing Mock. Reanimated, this body would
eventually become the elderly David Lo Pan within Big Trouble in Little
China.

The Chinese characters 恶鬼做一个大场面的小心灵境界 in the movie’s main title sequence
translate to "Evil Spirits Make a Big Scene in Little Spiritual State."
With the help of Hong Kong Police martial arts instructor Carter Wong
(who also appears in the film as Thunder), the writers were able to
easily smuggle Sai Wing Mock on a flight back to the States. With his
corpse on set, they were able to conjure the necessary demons and movie
magic, as well as possess actors and actresses on- and off-screen. Big
Trouble in Little China was John Carpenter’s last studio film of the 1980s “due to the problems he'd received during the production.”

大麻烦小中国 - 牺牲磁带 is audible evidence of the ritual psycho-sexual sacrifices
that were made to establish and magically enhance the visual appeal of
Big Trouble in Little China.
 

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A year prior to the 1986 release of Big Trouble in Little China,
screenwriters David Z. Weinstein and Gary Goldman traveled to guarded
parts of Pacific Asia in order to resurrect Sai Wing Mock, leader of
NYC’s Hip Sing Tong gang. A psycho-sexual ritual-sacrifice was conducted
through a ring of human-trafficked Asian-American and -Pacific women
(commissioned by 20th Century Fox) who’d perform intercourse while
violently torturing and killing men. During the ritual, various hired
musicians charmed and entranced the dying souls into inhabiting the
unearthed corpse of Sai Wing Mock. Reanimated, this body would
eventually become the elderly David Lo Pan within Big Trouble in Little
China.





The Chinese characters 恶鬼做一个大场面的小心灵境界 in the movie’s main title sequence
translate to "Evil Spirits Make a Big Scene in Little Spiritual State."
With the help of Hong Kong Police martial arts instructor Carter Wong
(who also appears in the film as Thunder), the writers were able to
easily smuggle Sai Wing Mock on a flight back to the States. With his
corpse on set, they were able to conjure the necessary demons and movie
magic, as well as possess actors and actresses on- and off-screen. Big
Trouble in Little China was John Carpenter’s last studio film of the 1980s “due to the problems he'd received during the production.”





大麻烦小中国 - 牺牲磁带 is audible evidence of the ritual psycho-sexual sacrifices
that were made to establish and magically enhance the visual appeal of
Big Trouble in Little China.