China's legendary Shaw Brothers studio is revered the world over for its myriad kung fu productions. The company's horror films have taken on their own cult status as well, with Seeding of a Ghost (1983) standing out as one of their most original and outrageous fright-flick efforts. When taxi driver Chow (Philip Ko) subjects his passenger to a rough ride, the customer identifies himself as a black wizard and informs the cabbie that he's in for a run of bad luck. The curse kicks in immediately, as Chow's wife Irene (gorgeous Maria Jo) starts banging dudes at the gambling den where she works, and then gets assaulted and murdered (the upside is that we see her naked a lot). Chow beats a path back to the magician and demands that he resurrect Irene. The spell is successful but, as a revived spirit, Irene is a hellion bent on revenge, which leads to more violence and, more importantly, more sex. Seeding of a Ghost will have you tossing seeds of your own.