There's probably good reason for Blockbuster not bothering to add a description of the movie on the "All Details" tab. This was so bad. For almost an hour, it wasn't obvious what the plot was about - and the movie is only 93 minutes long. The watery thin plot involved a doctor creating a super serum that increases human abilities, but also creates latent and fatal side effects. The actors include Simon Yam, Sam Lee and Mark Cheng. Note to self - never rent any movie that has Sam Lee in it. Switching between Mandarin and Cantonese, it was obvious that all of the actors were dubbed. It also looked like the picture was squeezed down with pan and scan formatting. The subtitles suffered from a poor translation, poor grammar and poor spelling. The audio is in mono. As for extras, there's a "Stars' Files" feature that includes filmographies on three of the actors, a trailer for the movie and trailers for three other equally bad movies. Absolutely not recommended.