14 Sep – Karen Mok got fans nostalgic when she showed off the new vinyl figurines of her and Stephen Chow's character from their hit 1995 movie, "Out of the Dark".
As reported on Mingpao, the singer who received the collectibles from Unbox Industries in celebration of the film's 25th anniversary, shared a photo of it on Facebook and wrote, "Unexpectedly, it has been 25 years that this madness filled with black humour, comedy, thrills, and exaggeration was released."
"Who has watched this movie three times or more?" she asked.
Fans who saw the post immediately revealed that they have watched the film over and over again, with one netizen posted, "I am never tired of watching it", while the another wrote, "Probably watched it 300 times. Every time it airs on TV, I would watch it."
On the other hand, others were also interested in the figurines, saying that they would like to own their own little Leo and Kwan - referring to the characters played by Stephen Chow and Karen, who were actually parody characters based on the Luc Besson French thriller, "Leon the Professional".
Directed and written by Jeffrey Lau, "Out of the Dark" tells the story of a mental patient-turned-ghostbuster Leo, who with the help of a curious girl named Kwan, try to get rid of the evil lurking in a supposedly haunted apartment.
(Photo Source: Karen Mok Facebook)