Okay, I kind of jumped the gun here.
While Abbot White is hilariously-bad, I watched it on Instant Viewing with my friends, as opposed to renting the disc and getting my shots. When I went to get pictures to fill in the review, I could find none. Seriously, none.
I guess this film is so obscure that nobody has felt like reviewing it. Hell, it's Amazon page has only one review itself!
This is what you need to know:
* The film is hilariously-dubbed. Basically, they cut out the original dialog audio, but kept in the soundtrack. As a result, the music cuts in and out whenever people talk. It's especially-bad with a Princess character who has music playing in all of her scenes. It seems like she can make music start and stop at will!
* The plot is ridiculous. A young monk accidentally removes an object from a box & unleashes an evil spirit. He runs off, only to return ten years later and get revenge against all of those who killed him. However, he can't maintain control of the body, leading to moments where the now-teenage monk does good deeds. Mind you, they don't explain this until the end.
* The dubbing is really, really bad. As one of my fellow viewers (also a member) noted, it seems like it was dubbed by the original Chinese actors, who are speaking English phonetically. Hell, at times it sounded like Tommy Wiseau was dubbing it!
* The best part is how they keep referring to the spirit being that of a man who died thirty years ago. However, they never say it that way. You hear them say...
"He died of thirty years ago."
"He was died thirty years ago."
"He has been dead of thirty years."
Seriously, if you can make it past the first fifteen minutes or so, you'll have a good laugh at the dubbing quality. Check it out here: http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Abbot-White/70004307?strackid=4eb14bb9c217720c_0_srl&strkid=1882550325_0_0&trkid=438381
P.S. It also has a man firing off his metal hump and the villain firing off his own hand! They never explain how this works- it just happens!