Member - $ 0/ person
Non-member - $ 5/ person at door
Remember to bring family and friends!
If you want to scream your lungs out at a scary movie, what can beat screaming at your friend’s ear! We are inviting back all of the YLC students, past and present, bringing their friends and family to this fun and scary movie night. Come see you old classmates and make some new friends. Popcorn and refreshments will be provided.
Oct 27 Movie
About the movie
The Tag-Along (紅衣小女孩) is a 2015 Taiwanese horror film directed by Cheng Wei-hao and adapted from a well-known Taiwanese urban legend, "The Little Girl in Red". The film received funding from Taiwan's Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development and stars Hsu Wei-ning, River Huang and Liu Yin-shang. The film was released in Taiwan on November 27, 2015, and was screened at the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival and the 2015 Golden Horse Film Festival as the closing film. It received four nominations at the 53rd Golden Horse Awards.
Property agent Wei (River Huang) lives with his grandmother (Liu Yin-shang), but one day she suddenly disappears without a reason, and yet the routines of the house still continues as usual - the laundry is done, the house is well-cleaned as usual and even Wei's breakfast remains prepared every morning. A clueless Wei then starts to search for his grandmother until he finds an uncanny video in his neighbour's camera, where a little girl in red was tagging behind his grandmother while she was hiking. Oddly enough, after Wei's grandmother finally returned, Wei went missing instead. Wei's radio DJ girlfriend, Yi-chun (Hsu Wei-ning) gradually discovers that all these mysteries might be connected to the urban legend "The Little Girl in Red" and that the worst is yet to come.