WHITE HAIRED WITCH: New US Trailer For The Wuxia Fantasy

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WHITE HAIRED WITCH: New US Trailer For The Wuxia Fantasy
Jacob Cheung's wuxia fantasy White Haired Witch hits DVD, Blu-Ray and VOD on March 10th from Well Go USA and we've got the new US trailer to share for the film.

In the twilight of the Ming Dynasty, the Imperial court is plagued by corruption as tyrants rule over the land. With the Manchurians preying on a weakened empire, war is imminent. To save the victims from their suffering, sorceress Jade Raksha fights the soldiers who oppress people for their own gain. As payback, local government officials decide to pin the murder of Governor Zhuo Zhonglian on Jade, turning her and the members of her cult into wanted fugitives for a crime they didn't commit.
Loosely adapted from Liang Yusheng's classic novel, Fan Bingbing and Huang Xiaoming star in this latest version of the tale. Check out the trailer below.

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BlackstonesFebruary 3, 2015 9:11 PM

looks like bingbin li's character from forbidden kingdom lol

PFerrariFebruary 4, 2015 1:52 PM

I hate to be a broken record on this topic but White Witch is a 3D film. Once again Well Go ignores this key visual factor, which is the frankly the main attraction for this iteration of the classic story. Porting the Asian 3D assets to North American platforms is not that big a deal, so why are they content to release just half the film? Fortunately the 3D version is available on import Blu-ray.

billydakingFebruary 5, 2015 8:30 AM

If a film is only half of a technological gimmick, then it isn't much of a film in the first place (and from most reviews, it's pretty woeful). And then a company needs to weigh whether the cost of replicating in 3D Blu ray and AACS fees will wipe out whatever return on investment they can get.

j____lFebruary 23, 2015 7:51 AM

Ah, the papier-mâché stone buildings at 1:09 look so awesome old-school cheap. Might give this a try.