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GhostWatcher 2 (2005)

Video  -  Drama | Horror  -  25 October 2005 (USA)
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When a young girl begins hearing voices, she hires the "GhostWatcher," Laura Kove, to investigate who the voices belong to and what they want.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julia Pickens ...
Tracy Cain
Jillian Byrnes ...
Laura Kove
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Melanie Cain
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Glen
Vince Eustace ...
Darius Blake
Ariana Almajan ...
Sheryl Simmons
Tom Rendulic ...
Howard Cain
Anita Horwath ...
Beverly Cain
Marcus Dreeke ...
Dr. McAllister
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Teacher
Emily Johnson ...
Girl on Crutches
Linda O'Connell ...
Nurse
Aubrey Benné ...
Bartender
G.R. Garza ...
Abraham Collins
Jay R. Stine III ...
Harvey Keck (as Jay Stine)
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When a young girl begins hearing voices, she hires the "GhostWatcher," Laura Kove, to investigate who the voices belong to and what they want.

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Rated R for violence, gore, some language and sexuality

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(After the credits) And if you didn't see your name: 1) I couldn't read your handwriting 2) You weren't in the movie 3) I just forgot But thanks to everyone who came out! See more »

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28 October 2005 | by (Greenwich, CT) – See all my reviews

How in the hell does a movie like this go straight to DVD and a piece of mummified crap like THE FOG gets delivered to theaters?! Talk about unfair. Hacks like Rupert Wainwright and Uwe Boll-the worst director ever in the history of the entire world-continue to be able to make big budget films and people who actually know how to make horror movies get pushed to the back of the shelf? At least the Ghostwatcher movies are original and actually care about scaring the audience. If the original Ghostwatcher was remade with a big budget and some stars it would be the biggest horror hit of the year and at least that would make sense. Why has no one thought of this? Well, at least someone is still making movies for the horror audience and not a bunch of teenyboppers. The makers of this movie really came through this time.

Laura takes over the Elizabeth role and tries to help a teenager who is hearing voices. What those voices are and where they're coming from was a total surprise to me and makes for the best scene in the whole movie. The ending is pretty downbeat but works because it is so well done.

The thing I liked best about this movie is that the director didn't feel the need to throw in an African-American caricature who runs around screaming like an idiot (again, see THE FOG). Is anyone besides me sick of seeing that? And he doesn't spell everything out for the audience but instead lets them figure some things out for themselves. He uses classic scare tactics to get the audience on the edge of their seat instead of jamming it full of crappy CGI (there is some of that too but it actually looks really good in this one). In short, this is the kind of horror film they used to make back in the 70's when horror films were actually good and were more about story and character than how much we can make the first weekend because the newest TV star is in it. If you're as sick of the new wave of horror as I am, check this one out. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

And a plea to the director-please continue to make horror films in the future. You're the only one who seems to know what we want.


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