Greedy Ghost (simplified Chinese: 贪心鬼见鬼; pinyin: Tān Xīn Guĭ Jiàn Guĭ) is a Singaporean comedy horror film and the third film in the Singapore Ghost franchise, the first being Where Got Ghost?, and the second being The Ghosts Must Be Crazy, the cast differs, though, directed and written by Boris Boo. The film is executive produced by local funnyman Mark Lee, stars Kang Kang, Henry Thia, Brendan Yuen and Jesseca Liu, and is about the greed of a worker at a funeral parlour causing him to see actual ghosts. The film is Lee's very first attempt as an executive producer and is also the inaugural time in which his talent company, Galaxy Entertainment, is funding a movie. Officially opened in cinemas on August 16, 2012, in Singapore, and on July 26, 2012, in Malaysia, filming commenced and took place in the latter.
Whilst at his workplace (a funeral parlour), Lim (Kang Kang) discovers a mysterious book that is wordless, but, though, has a "Book Spirit" (Mark Lee) in it, who decides to gives him winning lottery numbers and financial advice. The winnings at first are meager, and are soon quickly depleted as Lim shares them with his two chums, Ah Nam (Brendan Yuan) and Lao Hui (Henry Thia), both of whom excavate bones from old graves for a living. Not wanting to turn from sudden riches to rags, Lim quickly approaches the Book Spirit once more. The spirit cautions Lim and warns him to think first, for there would be consequences, should he want to strike big. Overwhelmed by the thought of the vast fortune he would receive, Lim agrees to pay the price for his riches, although uncertain of what it would be. As Lim's life gets better and more lavish, he also becomes increasingly dependent on the Book Spirit, seeking its advice in everything. Soon, the Book Spirit reveals the price for which Lim has to pay for all his acquired riches... his life! It is only with Lim’s demise that he can be the next Book Spirit, thus liberating the current Book Spirit. Little does Lim expect, the richer he gets, the closer he is to his death...
At the same time, Nam steals some valuables he finds in a coffin so as to satisfy his cravings to gamble, albeit Hui trying to persuade him not to.
Strange incidents start to happen following that. A vengeful spirit begins to haunt Nam and Hui, causing them much distress…
Kang Kang (a.k.a. Kang Jing Rong) as Little Lim (a.k.a. Lin Dao Mei), a worker at a funeral parlour who discovers a "Wordless Script".
Henry Thia as Lao Hui, a bald Buddhist monk who is also a part-time grave digger.
Brendan Yuan as Ah Nam, buddy of Lim and part-time grave digger.
Jesseca Liu as Xiaoqian, Ah Nam's girlfriend.
Mark Lee (voice only) as Book Spirit, a ghost who grants Lim many wishes pertaining to wealth, but in turn comes to haunt him.