鬼網 (Ghost Net) (Blu-ray release 2018-4-25) is a Hong Kong ghost movie consisting of three short stories. In the first story, the protagonist moves into an industrial building for low cost, and meets a neighbor who is abused by her boyfriend. They develop a lesbian relationship. Meanwhile, the other neighbors seem to play tricks on her, leaving footwear in front of her apartment without ever showing up. The story spent far too much time criticizing the Hong Kong housing problem instead of developing its really thin plot.
In the second story, a woman gets a tattoo with a promise that the tattoo will help make her boyfriend love her forever. Then she starts seeing ghosts. It also has little plot, and shares a similar goal as the first story despite different executions. So it is a little repetitive in this respect.
In the third story, several people go into a haunted house to perform live video broadcast on the internet. They accidentally disturb two corpses. Instead of stopping, they continue to do immoral stuff to get higher view rates. This story is longer and actually contains sufficient plot. Unfortunately, several characters do unreasonable things that normal people will not do. For example, the sister of the protagonist witnesses a sandwich is filled with bugs, but does nothing to prevent him from eating it.
The filmmakers seem to cast pretty women and handsome men, and insert a few sexy scenes into the movie. Although the ideas in the three ghost stories are fairly uncommon, I do not enjoy them. Most of the people in the movie are annoying, and some dialogues are illogical.