The Imp (1981)
Ah Keung has been out of luck for quite some time now. He's always losing his job and his young marriage isn't too happy either. His life isn't getting much better when a malevolent spirit tries to be reincarnated in the body of his unborn son.
The Imp is placed somewhere between the truly outrageous examples of Hong Kong horror and a more psychological approach. It's a pleasant enough watch, but lacks either the transgressiveness and plain lunacy of its more extreme brethren or the moodiness needed for the subtler form.
Chandu the Magician (1932)
A fun little piece of serial style entertainment, featuring the silly British Yogi Chandu fighting power-mad Bela Lugosi for possession of a death ray. Bela is in top form, Chandu's magic is silly fun, the rest of the acting is wooden. What more can you want?