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GhostWatcher 2 -- A revenge plot that may be directly connected to the events that transpired in her life years ago brings Laura Kove, the agoraphobic from Ghostwatcher I, back to face her past.


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Release Date:
25 October 2005 (USA) See more »
When a young girl begins hearing voices, she hires the "GhostWatcher," Laura Kove, to investigate who the voices belong to and what they want. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Julia Pickens ... Tracy Cain
Jillian Byrnes ... Laura Kove

Seregon O'Dassey ... Melanie Cain

Steve Polites ... Glen
Vince Eustace ... Darius Blake
Ariana Almajan ... Sheryl Simmons
Tom Rendulic ... Howard Cain
Anita Horwath ... Beverly Cain
Marcus Dreeke ... Dr. McAllister

Donna Sherman ... 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)
Erik Soulliard ... Mordecai Proudfoot
Cassie Doherty ... Scared Girlfriend
Jason Contino ... Dead Boyfriend
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Harari ... Horny Guy
Pie Wood ... Extra (as Shannon 'Pie' Rambo)

Directed by
David A. Cross 
Writing credits
David A. Cross (written by)

Produced by
Robert Appenzeller .... producer
Kevin Floyd .... associate producer
Alexandra Hadley .... associate producer
Pejman Partiyeli .... executive producer
Original Music by
Josh Mobley 
Cinematography by
Jason Contino 
Film Editing by
David A. Cross 
Robert Harari 
Production Design by
Phil Bradshaw 
Jason Contino 
Makeup Department
Sandy Andrle Roffman .... hair designer (as Sandy Andrle)
Sandy Andrle Roffman .... makeup artist (as Sandy Andrle)
Sandy Andrle Roffman .... special makeup effects artist (as Sandy Andrle)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert Harari .... assistant director
Art Department
Ian Carpency .... props
Ian Carpency .... set designer
Sound Department
David A. Cross .... sound effects editor
David A. Cross .... sound mixer
Jeremy Ford .... adr recordist
Robert Harari .... sound effects editor
Phil Lister .... sound recordist
Visual Effects by
Donald Johnson .... model maker
Camera and Electrical Department
Phil Bradshaw .... chief lighting technician
Phil Bradshaw .... gaffer
Jim Catterino .... camera operator
Jason Contino .... lighting technician
Robert Harari .... camera operator
Wilson Knight .... underwater photographer
George Winchell .... additional lighting technician
Editorial Department
Melvin Butters .... post-production
David A. Cross .... color corrector
Melissa Manos .... post-production
Will Santa Cruz .... post-production
Other crew
Chris Beatty .... car mounts
Ian Carpency .... production assistant
Jeremy Ford .... production assistant
G.R. Garza .... script supervisor
Donna Johnson .... production assistant
Judith Risso .... craft service
Sarah Rost .... production assistant


Additional Details

Rated R for violence, gore, some language and sexuality
USA:90 min
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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Above average, low budget chiller, 2 November 2005
Author: koosnaff from Kent, England

I have just watched this movie, and would have to say that I could think of much worse ways to spend the time it took to watch. I have seen hundreds and hundreds of horror movies in my time, from the sublime to the ridiculous and many in between. I consider this film to be an in between, but above average. The performances are fine in most cases, being that the actors are all quite new. The music helps to keep the suspense, although unfortunately, I didn't 'jump' once. The story is quite original, and it plays out at a good pace. I cannot think of any one particular moment I thought was great, yet it was compelling - I wanted to keep on watching and wanted to know how it played out. Definitely worth a watch if you have some spare time, but don't plan a whole evening around it...

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