Ghost House


Action / Horror / Thriller

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1 hr 39 min
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1 hr 39 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho7 / 10

A Genuine Ghost Story

On the arrival in Thailand, the Americans Jim (James Landry Hébert) and his girlfriend Julie (Scout Taylor-Compton) hire the polite chauffeur Gogo (Michael S. New) and his van at the airport. They sightsee Bangkok and learn the legend of the ghost houses, miniature houses where spirits peacefully live and do not haunt the living. Then Jim proposes Julie to marry him with an engagement ring. They meet the British Robert (Russell Geoffrey Banks) and Billy (Rich Lee Gray) in the hotel lobby and are invited to celebrate their engagement with them. Robert summons Jim to visit a fleshpots and Billy stays outside with Julie. When they leave the spot, Julie has an argument with Jim that is drunken and accepts Robert's invitation to visit ghost houses at the outskirts. Robert wears Julie's scarf about a doll's neck and then he flees with Billy leaving the American couple in the middle of nowhere. Julie does not feel well and Jim calls Gogo to find them and take Julie to a hospital. However, when Gogo sees Julie, he takes her to a nearby village where his aunts live. Then they take Julie to a monk that wears amulets about her wrist and Julie recovers. They return to the hotel and when Julie removes her amulets, she has dreadful visions. What has Robert done with Julie?

"Ghost Story" is a totally underrated horror film with a genuine ghost story. The creepy and spooky screenplay does not have flaws and explores the beauties and beliefs of the exotic Thailand with magnificent locations. The few special effects are excellent. The cast is great and the unknown Scout Taylor-Compton is a beautiful woman and has top-notch performance. In the en, "Ghost Story" is one of the best recently released horror film. My vote is seven.

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Reviewed by nogodnomasters6 / 10

Possession is 9/10 of Thailand

Jim (James Landry Hébert) and Julie (Scout Taylor-Compton) are vacationing in Thailand, While there they encounter of couple of Brits who trick Julie into disturbing a rural ghost house haunted by a double jointed Japanese ghost, who takes possession of Julie. Ex-pat Reno (Mark Boone Junior) who looks like Grizzly Adams is their only help.

Ghost effects and ghost make-up was good. Our two leads were less than impressive. Better than most of the recent horror film offerings.

Guide: F-word, sex, nudity.

Reviewed by stylegamer7 / 10

Follows the the template of Asian horror with some success...Worth a watch

We have seen the typical horror movie from Hollywood. Jump scares haunted mansion and the usual dark scene in the basement. First of all, this is not the standard template Hollywood horror we are used to. Contrary to the title, nothing happens in a haunted house but everything is a wild goose chase to get rid of a curse.

Th movie is not a poorly made remake of any Asian stuff either. It's a Hollywood movie which happens in Asia, follows the Asian horror template closely and mixes a pseudo type adventure film with "National Geographic's Banged up Abroad" cum Indian Jones metaphor, with reference to a couple trapped in a foreign country having a problem with something they unknowingly messed with. The movie combines the usual jump scares of Hollywood, an ugly old ghost and ritual ceremonies, commonly seen in Asian horror. The acting performances are decent for the most parts. The plot flows smoothly for a good execution. However, the film works better in an adventure "Indiana Jones" type of film than horror.

One of my main gripes about the movie is that the jump scares could have been better presented in a more scarier way, which of course is my own subjective opinion.Instead, it follows a generic method that has been used umpteen times in movies in the genre.However, there is enough suspense to keep u at the edge of your seat with the usual "what will happen next?" question. Watchable if u can overlook the horror elements and treat it as and adventure film

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