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GhostWatcher (2002)

After a traumatizing attack on Halloween night forces Laura to become a shut-in. Her world turns further upside down as she begins to experience increasingly bizarre and frightening ... See full summary »

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After a traumatizing attack on Halloween night forces Laura to become a shut-in. Her world turns further upside down as she begins to experience increasingly bizarre and frightening occurrences within her home. It is this intense situation which encourages her to seek help in the form of Elizabeth Dean, the webmaster for a popular ghost-hunting site. Dean does not believe in the existence of ghosts herself, but as the mystery surrounding Laura's nightmare unfolds, she soon becomes a true believer. Written by Robert Harari

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Some secrets can't stay buried forever


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Rated R for language, violence and some sexual content | See all certifications »

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19 October 2002 (USA)  »

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The black contacts that Jennifer Servary (Elizabeth Dean) wore near the end of the film were not trimmed to fit her eyes, making it nearly impossible to see. See more »

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Followed by GhostWatcher 2 (2005) See more »

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Refreshing fun.
26 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

I always enjoy a break from the Holloywood style of movie making. Okay, so at times the dialog was painful, the acting was wooden, and I could visualize the stage directions in front of me. I enjoyed watching this movie and I thought the three lead actresses were endearing. It was so cool to see a movie where all of the leads were women who were brave and took action, and not just there to serve as love interests.

I want to give special recognition to the film makers for casting normal women in this film. All three of them were very attractive, but in their own unique ways, not the Hollywood cookie-cutter painfully-thin way. It was a lot of fun to watch them. They looked like me and my friends, and were easy to relate to and invest in.

Great little flick! Thanks for the entertainment.


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