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The Ghosts of Edendale (2003)

A young couple moves into a neighborhood obsessed with the frightening silent movie history that took place 80 years before. As the boyfriend also becomes obsessed, it becomes apparent that... See full summary »

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Rachel
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Kevin
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Nolan / Ghost Man (as Andrew Quintero)
Keith Fulton ...
Julian
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Alex / Party Guest
Patrick Hasson ...
Fred
Nathan Lum ...
Ghost Boy
Ethan Grant ...
Andrew
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Homeless Man
Robert Lane ...
Edward Habert
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Rose
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Beautiful Blonde
Arthur Guzman ...
Cowboy Ghost
Conor McCarthy ...
Ghost Photographer / Party Guest
Terry A. O'Connell ...
Ghost Making Fire / Party Guest
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A young couple moves into a neighborhood obsessed with the frightening silent movie history that took place 80 years before. As the boyfriend also becomes obsessed, it becomes apparent that something more is happening. Written by Anonymous

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Some people are dying to make it in the movies.


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Rated R for language | See all certifications »
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19 February 2003 (USA)  »

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Fantasmas de Edendale  »

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Quotes

Kevin: Don't take sides. I guess you're just gonna have to look at me as the bad guy.
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Connections

References The Shining (1980) See more »

Soundtracks

G.O.E. West and Surf
Written by Sherman Leroi and Eric Jerde
Performed by Sherman Leroi and Eric Jerde
Hillbilly Heaven Publishing (BMI)
Courtesy of Twangarama Records
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Gore-hounds stay away from this, others might find it enjoyable.
29 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is definitely out of the running for most fans of the modern-day teen-driven horror film of lots of gore and little literacy. However, if you do like such thoughtful and provoking material as Brian Clemen's Thriller series or even Night Gallery, then this will be a nice addition to your collection. Though it is not quite the equal of those two aforementioned series, it is still well done and nicely executed within the limits of the material and miniscule budget. Some might even consider it an allegory of sorts about the in-crowd and out-crowd of the film industry, referred to only as the industry or "this town". The only time a big city is referred to as a town is in the entertainment business. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys their films with a limited amount of music track at a pleasant volume, and a well-considered, thoughtful story line.


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