Thir13en Ghosts

2001

Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

96
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 14%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 49%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 74242

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Cast

Shannon Elizabeth as Kathy Kriticos
Embeth Davidtz as Kalina Oretzia
Matthew Lillard as Dennis Rafkin
F. Murray Abraham as Cyrus Kriticos
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650.19 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by randyfromscream 10 / 10

Love this film THIS IS CHILDHOOD TO ME!

I love this film when I was growing up, and when I first watch it, it was scary to me like the ghost are scary like I was covering my eyes when I watch this movie as a kid. This is my most favorite film from Dark Castle, and this is a film to recommend for people that are new to Dark Castle.This is my favorite reboot.I didn't even know this film was a remake, and the make-up effect are gruesome looking.It was sad when Dennis died. I think Matthew Lllard was a good actor in this movie. I don't care what people say that this movie is dumb, and stuff like that. I think this film is better than Prom Night (2008) it wasn't a very good movie at all but Thirteen Ghost is better like in the movie they weren't over-doing it like running, and hide but this movie they ran into a room with spells that the ghost can't come in. I wish this movie show some other ghost, and I understand the using C.G.I is expensive but I don't care if this film over use C.G.I it still the same film to me. This movie is awesome!

Reviewed by moonspinner55 3 / 10

"Was Cyrus a hunter?" .. "You could say that."

Uncle Cyrus, a wealthy, enigmatic ghost hunter--and soul enslaver!--is killed while on a dangerous mission in a wrecking yard to capture the spirit of a killer known as the Juggernaut. His elaborate, mechanized estate, glass-encased and "powered by the dead," is then turned over to his nephew, a widower math teacher with a grown daughter, a young son and his sassy nanny, who could use the new digs after being rendered nearly destitute by a fire which killed the Mrs. Very loose remake of William Castle's 1960 horror-comic was directed by Steve Beck in his debut. Beck, who had previously worked as a visual effects art director, ensures a good-looking movie with amazing, goosebumpy atmospherics and assorted grotesqueries, but he hasn't yet developed a talent for handling actors. The obnoxious kid is one thing, but Matthew Lillard's over-the-top performance as Cyrus' psychic assistant--who unfortunately survives the prologue--and J. R. Bourne's shifty-eyed turn as Cyrus' lawyer are wincingly amateurish, unworthy of a major studio production. Maybe these actors thought they were in a campy movie on the level of Castle's original? In the lead role, Tony Shalhoub does a nice job, and F. Murray Abraham gets a chance to be deviously sinister as Cyrus, but nothing else here rises to the level of the film's polished look. *1/2 from ****

Reviewed by vishnu-dileep08 5 / 10

"Concept was good but executed poorly"

It all starts with a person who traps spirits in his house so as he dies he gives his house to his nephew and family so as they come to stay in this place the things they encounter are really scary.

Story vise the concept was really good but the execution was really poor it just fell downward even the way the movie was shown to us would have been somewhat complicated and confusing to some viewers and this movie could not even hit those scare notes.

Personally I would not recommend this movie to anyone.

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